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Celebrating Health Coach Week

I’m celebrating Health Coach Week and am proud to be a graduate of the Integrative Institute for Nutrition (IIN), the largest health coaching school in the world and a pioneer at the forefront of a worldwide wellness revolution. What do health coaches do? We help clients integrate all aspects of their lifestyle, balance them and ultimately […]

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The secret of your success lies in your daily routine | www.eatrightwithlouisa.com

Sugar Addiction and Some Tips on How to Wean off of It

In my last blog post, I talked about the idea of making ONE thing your priority each day. Have you been asking yourself this question: “What is that ONE thing that you feel you absolutely must do for your health and well-being today?” This time, I want to talk about how instilling a healthy routine […]

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Cooking Class by Eat Right Chef Louisa

What’s Your New Year Intention?

As we “roll” into the new year, some of you might have made resolutions to start something new or to build better habits. According to the statistics, the No. 1 New Year’s Resolution in the U.S. this year is “Eat healthier,” followed by “Get more exercise” and “Save more money.” If you eat right and cook […]

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Happy and Healthy 2018 from Eat Right Chef Louisa | www.eatrightwithlouisa.com

End-of-the-Year Reflections

As 2017 is drawing to a close, many of us are spending these few days reflecting on the year that has gone by and making New Year resolutions. How has the year been for you in terms of your health? What New Year resolutions have you made? If you have been trying to change your […]

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What Does My Chinese Upbringing Teach Me about Food and Health? (Part 2)

What Does My Chinese Upbringing Teach Me about Food and Health? (Part 2)

In the Chinese society, food and health are never separated. Even as a kid, I often heard about the medicinal effects of this food and that food. The Traditional Chinese Medicine concepts are deeply ingrained even in everyday conversations. When you have eaten too many of a certain food or some junk food, you would […]

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What Does My Chinese Upbringing Teach Me about Food and Health? (Part 1)

What Does My Chinese Upbringing Teach Me about Food and Health? (Part 1)

I grew up in Hong Kong, a predominantly Chinese society. At home, my mother followed the food tradition of a typical Chinese household, providing the family with three meals a day, made with mostly fresh ingredients shopped in the outdoor markets on the same day. Dinner was a full-on family affair. We always ate at […]

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Back to 'School': A Brand New Start this Fall Season

Back to ‘School’: A Brand New Start this Fall Season

With the start of the school year and the Labor Weekend, Summer is officially over. While some of us who love sunshine and the heat are mourning the end of our favorite season, others can’t wait for the cooler weather to set in. Whichever you prefer, with the change of the season, our diets also […]

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How to Achieve Youthful-Looking Skin

How to Achieve Youthful-Looking Skin

Recently, two elderly women commented on how good my skin looks. One of them asked me if I’m 22 or 23 (I’m actually 45)! Well, that just made my day! In fact, a couple of college-age colleagues also thought that I look like an early 20-something. One of the elderly ladies asked me if I […]

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How My Father's Death Led to What I do Today

How My Father’s Death Led to What I do Today

Last week, I commemorated my late father by making this video. His death eight years ago was what sent me off on my health journey and motivated me to become a health coach. Please take a moment to watch the following video, which explains why I do what I do today. It is interesting that […]

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Afternoon tea with meatballs and green tea | www.eatrightwithlouisa.com

Want to Be More Creative with Your Cooking?

The key to culinary innovation is to ask the question “Why?” often. Why should a certain food always be eaten in this way or that way? Believe me, I used to be very much a “traditionalist” when it comes to cooking. I wanted to make dishes as close to the way they’re supposed to look […]

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