Mamaroneck’s Greenlife Focuses on Delicious and Nutritious

The restaurant itself is a beautiful and modern escape from the frenetic pace of life. 

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Westchester’s Food on Wheels

 

Mamaroneck’s Johnson truck, one of our fav places for comfort food (and a laugh with the boys behind the counter) is featured in a NY Times piece about mobile food around Westchester. Yum.

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You’ll Eat It! And You’ll Like It! Morendorfins to the Rescue

 

LARCHMONT– My daughter’s lunch box had the same thing in it every day for almost this entire school year. A Nutella sandwich. I finally gave in when every healthier option I could think of came home untouched.  I was just grateful she was eating something. That was then. This morning she assembled a fruit salad for her lunchbox after having granola for breakfast.

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One to One Fit Facts: “Real Food” for One Month?

Let’s get started.  

March is the month to get serious.  We’re a few sunny days away from spring.  It’s time to take a good look at ourselves and see how we can improve our personal wellness goals.  This month’s focus at One2One is going to be improvements on our diet. We are challenging our clients to participate in one month of change. A great exercise program does nothing if it is not supported by a healthy nutritional foundation.  This is a challenge of transformation, not weight loss.  It’s important as time goes on to incorporate new strategies that will improve your health from the inside out.  Changes in diet can give you more energy, help you sleep better, clear up nagging health conditions…..and maybe even shed a few pounds (a nice side effect). We are challenging everyone to eat real food for one month:  Lean proteins like fish, chicken, and eggs.  All kinds of vegetables and fruits.  Nuts, seeds, and healthy oils.  Foods with single ingredients instead of long unpronounceable lists.  This will mean cutting out grains, dairy, sugars, processed foods, legumes (including peanuts), and alcohol.  All have been linked to inflammation and weight gain.

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