Kimberly Bisnar, Nutritionist
Culinary Chef, Nutritional Coach,
Speaker, Food Blogger Extraordinaire
Kimberly Bisnar is a nutritionist, trained culinary chef, food blogger, nutritional coach and a nationally recognized professional speaker on a number of important women’s health issues.
Kimberly Bisnar is a member of the American Nutrition Counsel and consults on diet and women’s health issues for women over 30.
Kimberly Bisnar is a licensed Nutritional Coach as a member of the International Coaching Health and Wellness Federation. Also Kimberly attended the Professional Culinary Chef of the esteemed Rouxbe Culinary Arts School.
She is an author of the 4 Week Meal Plan for those women who stuggle with weight over 40. Her work has been published in Food Matters TV a station for the health and wellness of all women.
4-Week Fitness Plan: A Guide to Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
300 CALORIES PER SERVING
- Peanut butter and apple quesadilla: 8″ whole-wheat tortilla + 1 Tbsp peanut butter + 1 sliced apple
Take Care Of Your Body. It’s The Only One You’ve Got.
Yesterday I was reading this quote and it really spoke to me it said “Take good care of your body because it’s the only home you have”.
Taking good care of ourselves and maintaining a physically fit lifestyle isn’t always easy. We often get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life and of the lives around us and we neglect the one we should care for the most ourselves…….
As we go through our busy day, we generally set a course and agree to ourselves that what we do must be done at a beat faster, more efficient, than the day before. I know it’s not always conscience at times but by routine we often do this automatically without regard...read more
By Kimberly Bisnar Walking Meditation is one of the finer ways we connect to our inner spirit and with nature this makes us feel more grounded. Walking has many benefits, yet many have forgotten the beauty of how a short walk can help us feel more grounded. Each day...read more
Often we are faced with challenges in our daily lives. What does your voice in your head say "you got this" or does your inner critic take over and sabatoge your thoughts? It only takes a few small adjustments to your internal dialogue to overcome obstacles of old...read more
Hair loss in post-menopausal and peri-menopausal women is most likely related to declining hormone levels. Estrogen, testosterone and thyroid deficiency are not only associated with hair loss, but also hair changes. Hair may become finer, loosing body, wave and shine....read more
Remedies that work on vacation Here are a few simple relief remedies from the summer sun. These are all natural remedies help with relieving sunburns, bites and poison ivy. Sunburns: Try Apple cider vinegar. Add 2 cups to a lukewarm bath, and soak for ten minutes....read more
Physical fitness is not only for the young at heart but as we age it is imparative that we keep moving. It is particularly important because as we age women experience a lot of hormonal and lifestyle changes which they may or may not have any control over. It is...read more
As we age women some may find they have put on a few unwanted pounds and have adopted some very bad eating habits. This has repercussions because you may end up struggling with weight gain further down the line and it becomes much harder to lose that weight then it...read more
Gone are the days when women did not own property or money they could call their own. Today’s women are career women, business women and of course independent women, and they therefore need to make some very important decisions, to ensure that they are financially...read more
Hormonal changes often start appearing for women somewhere around the ages 40 to 55. Some may experience these changes earlier or later but menopause (a change in our hormones) is a natural occurrence for all women. Some may struggle with emotional, and often-physical...read more