We all have our comfort foods and it can be anything for anybody. These are the foods we turn to when we feel happy, sad, bored, lonely or any other emotion you can name. When did comforting ourselves turn into feelings of guilt?
Everywhere we turn we are bombarded with the latest diet advice. How do we know which one is right?
If you leave work most days feeling tired, with sore muscles and/or headachy then this is your body telling you something needs to change. Here are some steps can you take today to help feel better.
Eating should be a pleasure, says dietitian Andrea Hofmann. Dominion Post profile about Andrea Hofmann
Ok so calling vegetables superfood might be going a bit too far but I think they're pretty amazing. Scientific studies show huge health benefits to increasing them in our diet. So how much should we be eating?
There is so much health and diet advice out there, why should you bother seeing a dietitian? One good reason is that there is so much information out there … and a lot of it conflicting. It’s difficult to know what to believe.
I often talk with my clients about trying new physical activities to find out what they might really enjoy. So when the opportunity came up to try a boxing circuit class I thought I better take my own advice. With a pleasantly surprising result.
Andrea Hofmann is a dietitian who doesn’t like diets. Ingrid Barratt sits down for a consultation with Andrea, and discovers that by learning to love food you can learn to love yourself. So, why won’t we read that in the latest diet book?
A powerful story for anyone who has ever been on a diet. At Food Habits I concentrate on health rather than body size. I help you to learn to love the body you're in and to be the healthiest you can be.
I went for a run this morning! This may not be such a big deal for those who are runners but for me running is not part of my usual activity regime. Overcoming barriers to increasing physical activity can be a challenge. The key is finding something you enjoy!