Good Food for Life

Maggie Davis’  book, Good Food for Life: Planning, Preparing and Sharing, has been published and is available on Amazon and in bookstores. Click on the photo to see more.

Click here to listen to Mindy Todd (WCAI – The Point) interview Maggie about Good Food for Life

“Do you want to have more energy? Want to be around to see your children and grandchildren get married and raise their families? Read this book… and then live it.”

Matthew Kelly, New York Times bestselling author of The Rhythm of Life



Savor the Flavor

 Savor Book Cover How to Eat Cover

March is National Nutrition Month and this year the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has chosen the theme “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right”. Use this month to practice savoring the flavor of everything you eat and drink. Slow down the pace of your meals whenever possible and learn to really taste every bite. Savor the act of preparing your food. Think about all that is involved in getting the food you eat to your table.

According to Merriam Webster the definition of savor is “to enjoy the taste or smell of something for as long as possible.z’

Practicing mindfulness during your meals and snacks can help you to not only savor the taste of the food you are eating, but help you eat more slowly and experience more satisfaction with a smaller amount of food. Savoring your food can be a key component of managing your weight.

To get started you might want to read Thich Nhat Hanh’s “How to Eat” (pocket sized 125 pages) and then  the more comprehensive “Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Life”. Both of these small volumes are packed with sensible advise on eating and living more mindfully. The author presents a mindfulness perspective on weight control and well-being, a meditation on eating an apple and lots more.

Happy National Nutrition Month!

Happy mindful eating!




Waist Management for Men

Overweight boy measuring waist with tape measure

Did you know that your waist measurement may be more important than your weight?

Our newest program (just for men) will focus on reducing your waist measurement to a healthier level even if you have diabetes or a heart condition… Small group sessions for men only which are geared to the specific health issues that men experience. This is not a diet program, but a way to identify the specific barriers to losing weight and to develop a personalized plan of action.

Learn specific strategies that will uniquely help you to manage your weight, your health issues and be the healthiest you can be…

Call Carey Sims for dates      508-896-9080

4 session program $135  ($125 for current Live Nutrition clients). Gift Certificates are available for this program.


Slimmer by Summer


ID-10046277Due to the success of our Thinner by Thanksgiving course, by popular demand we are offering a spring program designed to help you to manage your weight during the winter months and beyond. Not a diet, the  sessions will give you positive and permanent strategies for smart eating that will last you a lifetime. Groups are small so call now to reserve your space for this intensive program.

Course Objectives:

  • Develop your personal health, fitness & weight goals that are habit based
  • Examine factors that have led to weight gain, or losing and regaining in the past
  • Learn to identify internal and external triggers that affect your eating
  • Learn about the process and challenges of change
  • Take care of yourself emotionally without focusing on food
  • Incorporate your current medical and health issues into your overall eating plan
  • Develop skill in planning and producing meals and snacks as well as selecting recipes
  • Develop effective eating strategies that lead you to a reasonable and healthy weight this summer and for the rest of your life

4 sessions    Fee: $135 ( $125 for established Live Nutrition clients )


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