Posted by on Jun 12, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

The weekend is almost here and now is the time to formulate your plan for better eating habits. Whether you’re on a diet or not, most people tend to binge eat on the weekends or utilize their so called “cheat days.” If you want to stay on track, make a plan of attack. Figure out ahead of time what you will be eating over the weekend. If you’re going to indulge, don’t do it all weekend long. Pick a day, a social setting (dinner, movies or special treat) or a favorite treat and make that your exception. Don’t wake up on Monday with a food hangover, instead … wake up and feel great about yourself having had better eating habits.

 As a Nutrition Therapist, Dr. Joy Armillay encourages the team approach and coordination of behavioral and medical health professionals.
The ultimate goal in nutrition rehabilitation is the identifications and resolutions of psychological, family, social and behavioral issues.