“What can I make for dinner, more importantly, when am I going to have time to make it?!” Sound familiar? Having easy ‘go-to’ recipes that are healthy and satiating is one of the best things you can do for yourself.  It’s time to establish a base of easy, healthy meals that can be made without...
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Sweat, Pre-Eat, Enjoy the Treat, Repeat! Sometimes there are so many ‘tips’ out there that it can become overwhelming.  When I read about eleven things I can do better I am totally motivated and excited to try them all, but with the swipe of my finger and quick run out the door I have already...
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What are toxins anyway? Toxins are any chemical or substance that creates an irritating or harmful effect on the body. How do they get in and out? Toxins enter the body through inhalation, ingestion and direct absorption through the skin. Next, they enter into the bloodstream. Ideally, the liver breaks them down and sends them...
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How to replace your processed “energy bar” with homemade energy balls and protein bars! As much as I fully endorse the importance and benefits of a establishing a healthy morning breakfast  with menu items such as eggs, full fat Greek yogurt, fruits and avocado, some days there just isn’t enough time! And instead, we reach...
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Oh, carbohydrates! One minute they are “okay” the next minute we are told to avoid them like a plague! We have been taught to be terrified of carbohydrates! But did you know that they are actually the single most important food in your diet for good health?
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These are 3 myths I often come across that you need to know the truth about. 1. THE STARVATION MYTH: If you eat less and exercise more, weight loss will occur. 2. THE CALORIE MYTH: All calories are created equal. 3. THE FAT MYTH:Eating fat makes you fat
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The word diet comes from the Greek word Diata, which literally means “our manner of living.” Our diet consists of everything we take in. When we talk about our diet it is time to reevaluate our manner of living rather than what is “okay” and “not okay” or what is “good” or “bad” for us...
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I am often amazed at the influx of participants that flood the gym every January and into early February each year; it usually dies down by March at the latest. And I can’t help but wonder each year, what happened? What happened to that motivation, determination and personal vow stating that this year would be...
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