Eat Like a Baby & Lose Weight:The Baby Diet Goes Viral

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Should we be taking diet and eating cues from our baby? It may sound strange, but small children usually eat healthy, well balanced meals and appropriate portions for their size.  I recently appeared on News 4 Jax in Jacksonville to discuss how eating like a toddler can help you lose weight, and things you can do to mirror your children’s diet to live a healthier, happier lifestyle. You can watch the segment here, or check out my advice on ABC News,  Daily Mail and Mother Nature Network.

Detox Your Breakfast with Nicolette Pace

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Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day but it can also be a meal that starts you out on the wrong foot. For people on the go, breakfast cereals are very popular. They are convenient, tasty and promise good health.

Do you think your breakfast cereal measures up to good health?  Think again.  Learn how 5 typical breakfast cereals can bust your diet, slow your metabolism, build body fat, and drain your pocketbook by going overboard on sugar, fat, calories, flavoring additives or having low values of key nutrients like fiber and protein.

Want to learn more? Check out my recent appearance on the Morning Show on News 4 Jax and see my tips and tools section for some guidelines on what to look out for so you can make this day great from the start.

Eat Healthy! Be Happy!

Nicolette Pace on News 4 Jax: Food Cures for What Ails You

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At one time or another millions of Americans may complain of feeling under the weather from some very common ailments. If you’re suffering from a cold, flu symptoms, headaches, indigestion or high blood pressure, you might want to look to your pantry instead of the medicine cabinet.

There are certain foods that you can add to your daily diet to help you solve some of these common problems.  Check out my segment on News 4 Jax where you can find the good news food remedy to cure what ails you.

Eat Healthy!  Be Happy!

Nicolette M. Pace