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Daily calorie intake: what’s right for you?

Posted in Food, Nutrition
on February 5, 2018

A lot of people are kind of concerned about how many calories they should be eating. Itโ€™s one of the most-asked questions on the topic of nutrition.

 

So, I thought Iโ€™d fire some answers at ya.

Typing while eating cherry tomatoes when thereโ€™s oreo cake available, so you can totally trust me on health advice right? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Why & How: Anti-Aging in your 20s

Posted in Physical Health, Skincare
on September 17, 2017

I hate the phrase anti-aging. I am absolutely not anti-aging. I am pro-aging! I kind of feel like aging is a privilege, because not everyone gets to.

However, I will admit that it can be difficult to come to terms with how your physical appearance might change as you age. Weโ€™re a society that places a lot of value and emphasis on youth; something the cosmetic industry is traditionally guilty of. People can make a lot of money from consumers who are nervous about looking older. Although, there are always exceptions to this โ€“ hate to tar everyone with the same brush.

Inevitably, though, we feel a lot of pressure to stay looking younger for as long as we can. I could talk A LOT about why this is utter nonsense. But maybe another time. For now, I want to talk about the trend of twenty-somethings becoming concerned and are taking action to prevent visible signs of aging.

If you are worried about visibly aging, then your 20s might actually be a good time to start doing something about it. Prevention is always better than cure, though I donโ€™t particularly like those words in this context.

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Dairy Free Diary Part 3: What Happened to My Skin?

Posted in Nutrition, Physical Health, Skincare
on August 27, 2017

In part 1 of this series (read here), I told you I was reducing my dairy intake because I was hoping it would help clear up my skin. In part 2 (read here), I talked about some of the things I ate during the two weeks, and how I kind of struggled for ideas, and I wasn’t happy that I was getting the right nutrition for me.

Now for the crucial bit โ€“ the results! Was there any benefit to me giving up my beloved cheese for two weeks?

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