5 Reasons People Binge Eat

Susan U. Neal RN, MBA, MHS In our society, the overabundance of delicacies is hard to resist. At first, it seems fun to eat whatever we desire. However, that momentary pleasure is fleeting. It is unhealthy to overeat, and when that becomes a habit, eventually we become addicted to food and can’t stop eating. Therefore, … Read more

Healthy Eating After the Holidays

Did you overindulge on holiday foods? I did. Last night while playing Monopoly with my three children I noticed I was quite indecisive and slow. I realized this was due to the large intake of sugar and delicious wheat products I had been eating during the month of December. Generally, I avoid sugar and wheat, … Read more

7 Steps to Get Off Sugar, Carbs, and Gluten Facebook Group

I enjoy developing relationships with my readers through a private Facebook group titled 7 Steps to Get Off Sugar, Carbs, and Gluten. I wrote a book with the same title. Anyone is welcome to join. In a closed group, only group members can see the posts. The focus of this group is how to support … Read more

How to Transition to a Gluten-Free Kitchen

It takes time, energy, and knowledge to transition to a gluten-free kitchen. If someone in your home has been diagnosed with a gluten-related disorder their gluten-free food mustn’t come into contact with a surface in your kitchen that has a gluten residue. Therefore, it is essential to clean and organize the kitchen. You should remove … Read more

Welcome to Healthy Living Series

Thank you for joining my Healthy Living Series Blog. I am a registered nurse (RN) with a master of health science and a Certified Christian Health and Wellness Coach. I research and study healthy eating lifestyles, so basically I am a health nut. My motto is “Inspiring others to improve their health so they can … Read more