Registered dietitians Tiffani Bachus and Erin Macdonald are the co-founders and creators of URockGirl.com, a website dedicated to promoting wellness and a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
The number-one secret to saving time in the kitchen? Batch cooking. With our dietitian-designed, make-ahead meal plan, you can make most of the recipe components on Sunday so all you have to do is heat, assemble and eat all week long.
On October 15, join us for our second installment of the Clean 14 challenge to help bolster immunity, rev up energy and ward off weight gain. Make this a season of success with this balanced plan and our online support group to help keep you motivated and on track.
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While weight loss isn't every clean eater’s goal, for some it’s paramount. Whether you’re looking to achieve your best possible health or lose weight as part of your journey to improved health, a clean diet can be customized to suit all your wellness goals. Here, CE dietitians Erin Macdonald and Tiffani Bachus explain how.
Out of 14 participants, only one maintained weight loss while four are now heavier than when they started the show.
We've designed 5 recipes geared towards weight loss to provide a healthy balance of macronutrients at every meal and snack. You can make them all in one day and experience what a day's worth of balanced eating really feels like -- or you can tackle one or two at a time and enjoy the novelty for a few days.
Both natural and processed sugars have 4 calories per gram, which can add up quickly.
No more yo-yo dieting – sensible, easy-to-follow weight-loss advice is here. In a preview of our Clean Eating Academy online course, A Whole-Life Guide to Lasting Weight Loss, dietitians Erin Macdonald and Tiffani Bachus give us their recommendations for losing those extra pounds and keeping them off.
Juicing is hot. But is it healthy? Our dietitians discuss the benefits of fiber- and protein-rich smoothies versus sugary juices.