For the days you find it hard to think of a nutritious meal, make sure you have some basic ingredients available in your fridge at all times. Just buy enough to last you for a few days, but make sure you don't run out, to avoid a run to a fast food place.

Sweet peppers, milk, broccoli, some frozen fish, eggs, rice, onion, carrots, garlic, chicken, tomatoes and lettuce can be great meal starters. Some of these foods you can keep in your fridge for quite a while and there are lots of different meals you can create with just these basic, wholesome ingredients.


We all have to deal with the struggles around healthy nutrition. More and more people say we have to avoid sugars, gluten, carbohydrates, and it is well known we need to be careful with the tuna and liver, the saturated fats and trans fats, salt, nitrates and caffeine.

At times, we just give in and fall back in our old habits. If those habits are holding you back to live the lifestyle you really want, it might be time to get some help from a nutrition professional. Tanice will be able to offer you support on how to become a more critical, knowledgeable consumer without getting uptight about everything you eat.

Tanice looks at more that just your current nutrition habits, she also looks at what you would like to change when it comes to your food intake, and what your current fitness level is. On top of that, she will keep your overall feeling of well-being in mind and help you make adjustments if desired.