“Never, say never!” I recently spent time in the Catskill Mountains with some friends and went for a beer tasting. YEP, you read that right – BEER! This die-hard martini loving gal stepped out of her cocktail comfort zone and actually found out she enjoys beer. Not ALL beer, and I am not about to start downing six-packs, but a nice cold brewski on a hot summer day, sign me up! Who’s with me?
In this week’s the Keri Report:
- Why ‘Healthy Coke’ Isn’t Good for You — Plus 7 Sparkling Water Combos That Are
- What 11 Nutritionists Learned From Their Dads in the Kitchen
- How a calorie deficit diet really works
If you haven’t yet heard about the “healthy coke” fad all over Tik Tok – I’m gonna consider you one of the lucky ones. Trust me – mixing balsamic vinegar with seltzer is no where near a coke – regardless if it is a healthier option or not. I do suggest though reading this article for the great sparkling water ideas, because healthy hydration tips are always worth hearing about.
What 11 Nutritionists Learned From Their Dads in the Kitchen – U.S. News Eat + Run Blog
Father’s Day has come and come, but the memories many of us have are with us forever. I wrote this recent article to pay tribute specifically to what we learned from our dad’s in the kitchen, NOT our mom’s for a change. Personally, I feel I owe my knife cutting skills to my dad, but also how to make a mean iced coffee, and most importantly, per my father, “Never drink a cocktail with a stirrer!” (Hmmm, maybe not kitchen related?)
How a calorie deficit diet really works – Women’s Health Magazine
Funny, I thought the goal of all diets was to have a calorie deficit? And be that as it may, if you eat less calories than your body burns you should lose weight. This is NOT a new concept, nothing complicated, but rather something that has shown to work over the years. Read on if you prefer to keep it simple instead of seeking out another new, fad diet!