Live the Red Mountain Way
Our medically-proven programs include a balance of lean proteins, fruits, vegetables & more. We choose the foods which are approved on our programs based on their nutritional value, their levels of vitamins & minerals and the body’s overall needs. Protein is one of the key food groups because of its ability to build and repair muscle, and … Continue reading Why Eggs Are Good For You + Recipes
Instant Pot blog The Instapot, or Instant Pot, is a version of a slow cooker that we’ve been loving here at Red Mountain Weight Loss®. This device helps cut down on cook time yet still yields delicious, healthy meals! It combines the power of an electric pressure cooker, slow cooker and rice maker all … Continue reading Time-Saving Recipes featuring the Instant Pot
Eating healthy can be especially hard during the Holidays, but over the years we have been hard at work experimenting and modifying recipes that are both tasty and healthy — just for you! Try out one of these RM3®-Friendly dishes at your next Holiday party and be this season’s most popular chef. Grilled Salmon with Kale Sauté … Continue reading Go-To Holiday Dishes
It’s always good to plan out your meals in advance. What’s on the menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner today? Consider making one or all of these RM3®-approved recipes in the days ahead to keep yourself nourished, energized & overall healthy! Breakfast: Strawberry Crème Breakfast Shake 1 Thick & Creamy Vanilla Shake* ¾ cup strawberries, fresh … Continue reading Today’s RM3®-Friendly Menu
Our Weight Loss Programs consist of a variety of options, including popular foods such as chicken, steak, salmon and more. With the right tools, patients often report being able to maintain a social life while making improvements to their overall lifestyle. We understand that menus may be intimidating, especially when you’re trying to implement healthy … Continue reading Dining out the #redmountainway
Whether you like it or not, your pantry and refrigerator are central parts of your home, and their centrality is the exact reason why they deserve to be kept clean – and not just in the literal sense. While it’s important to keep everything in the kitchen neat and tidy to avoid the spread of … Continue reading Spring Clean the Healthy Way
Written by: Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kim Feinstein, RedMountain Weight Loss Behavioral Weight Loss Specialist · Do you often wonder why you love sugary foods so much (i.e., cookies, cakes, chocolate, candy, soda, cereal, ice cream, lattes laden with syrups, etc.) · Does sugar run your life more that you would like to admit? · Does … Continue reading Dr. Kim: Are you a Sugar Addict?
Ingredients: 1 HealthWise Vanilla Drink* (powder) 1 organic egg white (medium-large) Pinch of cinnamon 1/2 tsp of water (if desired) Walden Farms Pancake Syrup Directions: Mix the ingredients in a bowl using a spoon or a mini whisk. Place pan on the stove on medium heat and then place the batter in the pan. Let … Continue reading Breakfast (Protein Pancakes)
One easy way to keep your meals extra healthy and avoid the extra calories is topping your salads with your own salad dressings! Why intake added sugars, fats and high sodium numbers into your diet when you can take what you already have in your fridge and spice up simple lettuce all by yourself? Take … Continue reading Make Your Own Salad Dressings
The kitchen is the heart of the home, but it can be a very dangerous territory for someone who is watching what they’re eating. The refrigerator can make or break someone’s weight loss goals. Here are some tips to keep your kitchen as goal-oriented as you are on your weight loss journey: – Make fruits and vegetables … Continue reading Make your Kitchen as Goal Oriented as You Are!