This soundbite describes the definition of each of these, explaining how your body uses each.
Some other resources you might like:
A calorie is a calorie is a calorie — right? Well, in the lab. But in your body?…
Most of us could stand to get more veggies on our plate. I aim for at least three at every meal. That may sound crazy, but it’s really not that hard. Here’s how…
My five-food meal template – includes the info in this audio file, plus some detail and links to recipes.
My real-food recipe index – scroll down and look for “veggie dishes.”
It’s not you: it’s them.
A salad seems like a safe, healthy choice when eating out, right? Eh, it depends…
(Just under 3 minutes)
Rather pack your own? Here are tips from The Kitchn on making a week’s worth of salads. (Off-site)
Studies show surprising results.
Do you frequently beat yourself up for being hungry between meals and in the evening? Maybe you could try a different approach….
Avoiding sugar and carbs when eating out? Here are a few go-to dishes that you can find on most menus in most restaurants.
(less than 5 minutes)
Eating healthy eating out (a more detailed print version of this audio file)
10 easy diet hacks to cut down sugar and carbs – Get this free e-book when you sign up for my monthly(-ish) newsletter