Me everyday 😄😂I cracked up 🤣 when I saw this lunch in the fridge this morning (the little container on the left). If the size of your lunch is like the container on the left and you are looking 👀 for something to eat come 3pm, well... (pro tip: want to last to dinner? Bump up the protein and the vege content. There’s nothing like the protein:fibre combo to keep you going 💪🏼). ... See MoreSee Less
Hands up if you've heard this analogy before: “Food is fuel.” You know, like gasoline. Or: “The human body is like a high-performance race car.” You know, like a Ferrari. We’ve heard this analogy—this story—repeated over and over again. Ad nauseam. And we think that’s a real problem. Why? Because the “food as fuel” story reduces food to gasoline, our bodies to simple machines, and you to a calorie accountant. And that’s sad because YOU ARE MORE than that. Food and your body deserve a lot more recognition and honor. At PN, we're amazed at the power of food. It's packed with meaning, information, communication. Every food decision we make sends a message to our body. Every food choice is an opportunity to direct, shape, and remake our health. Our body composition. Our performance. Our well-being.
So, take a few minutes and consider this question: What is food? For you?
Then consider this question: What would you like food to be? ... See MoreSee Less
“It is important to remember that the environment drives our good behaviors as well as our bad ones. People who seem to stick to good habits with ease are often benefitting from an environment that makes those behaviors easier.
Meanwhile, people who struggle to succeed could be fighting an uphill battle against their environment. What often looks like a lack of willpower is actually the result of a poor environment.” ... See MoreSee Less