Want to get fit in 2016? It’s no secret that fitness is my jam. I love to try new workouts and fitness classes, and I’m always looking for new ways to spice it up.
So, I’m super excited to announce that I’ll be teaming up with my fellow fitness lover and San Francisco blogger Caity from Moi Contre La Vie to embark on some exciting 2016 fitness adventures! You’ll recognize her from the Tiffany & Co event that we hosted together in December.
Be Nice Low FODMAP protein bars are my new digestion friendly alternative to Quest bars, because the company recently started using a new formula that contains high FODMAP corn fiber.
As someone with a sensitive stomach and a history of IBS, I was excited to learn about FODMAPS and why certain foods can irritate my stomach or make me bloated. FODMAP is an acronym for several carbohydrates that are not digested well by some people and can cause swelling in the digestive tract (which equals bloating).
The best diet and fitness advice for 2016 I can offer is based on a few of my top diet and fitness posts of 2015. As a fitness lover and girl with a taste for clean eating, I love to try out new fitness trends and stay on top of the latest diet and fitness research.
I’m a firm believer that basic healthy habits are the key to lifelong health and fitness, and that once those habits are in place it’s okay to try experimenting with new things. I also like to share my opinion on whether new fads are effective, and how I think they might work in my own daily life. This is in hopes that it might help you figure out what works best for you too!
Here is my best diet and fitness advice for 2016 based on my top diet and fitness posts:
It’s well known nowadays that “sitting is the new smoking”. It makes me happy to see so many people I know taking this charming little piece of evidence seriously. From FitBits adorning the wrists of most of my friends to affordable, $25 standing desks on the market, people are factoring movement into their daily lives, just like they do lunch.
Since we’re all destined for a lifetime of intentional movement to stay healthy, it’s important to keep things fresh by incorporating new ways to sneak in extra calorie burn. When Chobani asked us to crunch the numbers in honor of the launch of their Simply 100 Crunch Greek yogurt, I thought it would be a great opportunity to share how I plan add some “flavor” to my daily movement with fun little challenges.
The holidays are a time of rich delicacies and having second helpings even though you’re full – not exactly a healthy diet. But not to fear! Bouncing back from a few weeks of over indulging (or months – no judgment) is easier than you think, with a few effective diet tricks.
I get asked a lot about my diet, and really comes down to this: I eat healthy food when I’m hungry and don’t follow diet fads. Conflicting advice can make this basic practice tough to follow, so I’ve broken it down into a couple of basic diet tricks that anyone can learn. The one I cover here can not only be used to get your diet back on track, but it can help you prevent damage prevent future diet damage. It’s a useful tool in our on-demand culture where we can get any foods at anytime.
Turn your back on diets fads! (Wearing Lululemon Salute The Sun Tank)