In my last nutrition class we talked about fats. Yup, some of our worst nightmares, no? But actually, we need some fat in our diet to be healthy. Here is what I learned.
some forms of healthy fats
Characteristics of Fat
Fat is hydrophobic, meaning it doesn’t like water. This is why oils and water don’t mix.
Fat enhances . . . → Read More: What I Learned in Nutrition – Fats
Since I was in the Florida last week, I missed my third nutrition class. However, I did have class this past Monday! Monday we discussed CARBOHYDRATES! My favorite! Here is some helpful info if you’ve ever wondered what really makes up carbohydrates.
Carbohydrates or CHO are essential nutrients that make up the foundation of . . . → Read More: What I Learned in Nutrition – Carbohydrates
welcome to my nightmare
So that is not really my car, but in a few hours my car will look like that, since we are supposed to get 15-30 inches of snow. So maybe I am complaining a little bit. Or maybe I’m bitter that my flight to Florida today has been rescheduled to tomorrow due . . . → Read More: How to Not Hate Winter in the Northeast
I cannot believe that there are only four days until Christmas. For some reason I feel like the holiday season has lasted forever (considering I heard Christmas music at the mall on November 1!) After my office holiday party I felt like Christmas had already come and gone-but actually didn’t happen yet. How odd.
Now, for those of you . . . → Read More: Fun Gift Ideas
Did you all catch my guest post on Heather’s blog on Friday? I wrote about a Green Christmas, go check it out!
One of the hot topics this year when talking about a Green Christmas is the Christmas tree. Is a real tree eco-friendly? Are fake trees bad for the environment??
All in all, I believe getting a . . . → Read More: Real Tree Vs. Fake Tree