With the seasons changing, we thought we would change with them. This week we have new topics in the Weekly Slice: Diet, At Home, Exercise and of course some delicious Recipes. Learn how to decorate for fall, make warm keto friendly soups and 7 new tips to keep you healthy.
Fall is just around the corner and as mornings and nights are getting cooler, our cravings for warm food are coming with it! Check out this list of keto friendly soups you can make to get in the fall spirit.
This just in! "Counting carbohydrates, not calories alone, could boost weight loss for people struggling on a regular diet, particularly those with diabetes, according to research presented at the 2020 European and International Obesity Congress." Read more about this research study here!
The writers and critics at the New York Times have pulled together a list of seven noteworthy cultural events you can experience virtually this weekend.
Since we're all spending a little more time at home why not embrace it by making your home fall ready? These are easy affordable ways to highlight all this season has to offer.
There are a lot of people who find one workout routine and stick to that. We can't blame you, most of us are creatures of habit. But it does beg the question, is it okay to to do the same workout everyday? Here's what a fitness trainer has to say.
"When it comes to your health, there is a direct relationship between nutrition and physical activity that play an enormous part in physical, mental, and social well-being." Here are 7 tips to manage your wellbeing during these times.
Put this on the top of your "To Make" list! Toss in any veggies or meat you like for this flavorful dish.
This low-carb crust is topped with thinly sliced pears, gorgonzola cheese and walnuts.