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Do you Experience Decision Fatigue?

I read an awesome article in the New York Times Magazine yesterday about decision fatigue. I’d never heard that term before, but when I read about what it is, I quickly came to understand that decision fatigue is a major part of everyone’s life. Think of how many decisions you have to make each day. [...]

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Gluten Free NYC

I’m sure you’ve seen the words “gluten free” touted on food packages and maybe even on  restaurant menus. After all, gluten is THE buzz word in the health world now. We’ve been through low fat, then sugar free, then low cholestorol…and now we’ve arrived at gluten. But I assure you, gluten sensitivity is a very [...]

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All the Recipes Fit to Print

Chances are, if you’re a healthy eater, you cook. Whether or not you LIKE to cook is a different story, but successful healthy eaters know that preparing their own food is not only super nutritious (after all, you control exactly what goes into your food preparation), but also extremely nourishing. I love to cook. I’m [...]

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To Diet or Not to Diet

I read an interesting article in the Styles section of the New York Times this morning, titled “Tossing Out the Diet and Embracing the Fat” by Mandy Katz. Katz shares a trend that is gaining movement in the dieting world—the practice of anti-dieting.  Proponents of anti-dieting have spent years and years on unsuccessful diets, only [...]

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