Nutrition

March is Resolution Reboot Month at A Sante’

Have you made a resolution this year? How is it going?
Do you need to RE-COMMIT, RE-ENERGIZE and RE-BOOT?

Have your New Year’s Resolutions gone off track with this crazy winter we’re having?  Not to worry, we still have time to get back on track with your goals for 2020. It’s time for a Resolution Reboot.

Don’t

10 Principles of Intuitive Eating

To Live Your Best Life, Learn to Trust Your Gut

Shared from SunBasket.com

Although almost any weight-loss plan can yield short-term benefits, over time the pounds creep back, and it’s not unusual to end up weighing more than you did before you started dieting. Sun Basket’s Director of Nutrition, Lindsey Kane explains how intuitive eating can help you get

April is Nutrition Action Month!

Spring is in the air, things are thawing out and coming alive.  This is a great time to focus on, or return to healthy eating habits, especially as more and more seasonal produce becomes available.  Isn’t Spring and Summer awesome!

REMEMBER OUR MOTTO

Eat to LIVE better, Eat to FEEL better, Eat to BE THE BEST YOU

5-Ingredient Sides That Take the Stress Out of Thanksgiving Prep

Shared from Greatist.com, BY MADISON FLAGER
Thanksgiving will be here sooner than you think, and that means some kind of cooking is inevitable. Whether you’re hosting a full-on dinner or just need something to bring to Mom’s, easy Thanksgiving sides are the ticket to a stress-free holiday. These recipes have five ingredients or less (plus salt, pepper, and sometimes

Halloween Hours @ A Sante’

We will be closing early for Halloween on Tuesday the 31st.
Gym Hours will be 5:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Morning classes will take place as scheduled.
Winter Sports will be canceled.

Happy Halloween!

 

The Weird Ingredients in Halloween Candy (and Which Ones to Avoid)
shared from Greatist.com

These days, there’s more to a candy bar than simply chocolate. With a

Is Sugar Really That Bad For Us?

Shared from Greatist.com 

Sugar doesn’t have the best reputation. It’s the bad guy behind surprise cavities, late night dessert binges, inevitable sugar crashes, and those extra pounds that we just can’t seem to lose. Yet, somehow, we can’t get enough. Some sources estimate the average American consumes about 22 teaspoons of sugar per day—more than twice the recommended amount! And

What It Actually Looks Like to Eat the Recommended Amount of Added Sugar

BY NATALIE RIZZO, Shared from Greatist.com

If the sound of the S-word makes your mouth water and images of ice cream and chocolate cake dance in your head, we get it. Sugar is the one ingredient we can’t get enough of, even though we know we should cut back (it’s like a bad boyfriend). The average

21 No-Sugar Breakfast Recipes to Avoid an Early Crash

BY ANISHA JHAVERI SHARED FROM GREATIST.COM
Whether it’s blatant (Lucky Charms, we’re looking at you) or hidden (even in packaged whole-wheat bread!), added sugar tends to be a way-too-prominent ingredient in many breakfasts. The American Heart Association advises consuming no more than 25 grams—or six teaspoons—of sugar per day for women and 36 grams or nine teaspoons for men. But between the

7 Simple Ways to Cut Back on Sugar (Because You Know It’s Not Easy)

BY MARYGRACE TAYLOR Shared from Greatist.com
Go to your kitchen, find a teaspoon, and picture yourself swallowing 30 spoonfuls of sugar every day. Sounds insane, right? The sad part is, for the majority of Americans, that’s exactly how much sugar we’re consuming on a regular basis. News flash: That’s A LOT. And it ain’t good for us. 

Consuming added sugar messes with

Stay Healthy This Holiday Season

The holidays are here, which means festive food and not enough time to exercise. Use these tips to stay healthy and fit over the holidays.
5 Health Tips for the Holiday Season

December is usually synonymous with an abundance of eating and a lack of exercise. We want to encourage you to start this New Year