Last week, MyFitnessPal and the Institute for Responsible Nutrition co-hosted a 10-day Clean Eating Challenge.
Clean food = unprocessed, natural, otherwise known as real food.
To make clean eating a little easier for everyone, the Institute for Responsible Nutrition held two, live public webinars on the topic. I was honored to be the hostess.
Our guests at the first webinar:
Dr. Maya Adam, is a teacher at the Stanford University School of Medicine who also teaches parents how they can prepare simple, delicious, home-cooked meals that children also love. Dr. Adam is the author of the book: Food, Love, Family: A Practical Guide to Child Nutrition, and you can find her free course here https://www.coursera.org/learn/childnutrition.
Dr. Adam shared why she started to cook at home every day
and how it’s become a joy for her and her family.
Chef Cindy Gershen of Sunrise Bistro in Walnut Creek, CA, teaches high school athletes how to fuel their bodies for optimal performance through cooking for themselves. Cindy is the co-author of The Fat Chance Cookbook with Dr. Robert Lustig.
Chef Cindy shared how she lost 100 lbs and keeps it off
simply by eating real food. She also shares how she gets her high school students to change their palate to like real food.
Both of our guests shared countless tips on how to take the stress out of making healthy meals for yourself and your family at home, and we answered a good number of guest questions.
You can still join in by watching the recording above.
If you’ve worked with me as a client, you probably worked with me on the MyFitnessPal app.
I use it with clients because it’s simple and easy for people to get the hang of. And, I can easily see the data from these logs, which helps me to help them make changes that will get them to their fitness and weight loss goals in the most comfortable and efficient way possible. I definitely recommend the MyFitnessPal app if you want to get more of the details on your nutritional habits.
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