Tagged: diet advice

Uncomfortable Truths About Fitness

Everyone likes when they’re told what they want to hear; things stay nice and comforting that way. Being told what you need to hear versus what you want to hear can be a little unsettling, but it can be to your benefit. With an abundance of fitness information online, you’re bound to run across some […]

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Mid-Afternoon Snack Ideas to Kick that "2:30 Feeling"

During the course of our Team Weight Loss Challenge program, questions have come in from participants as to the best foods as snacks to include in their plan during the six week event. I thought I would share their comments and questions with you, in particular this one about snacking in the afternoon at work.

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8 Alternatives to "Stress Eating"

Many of us make quick, unplanned decisions regarding our eating choices. We may even avoid conscious thoughts about what is healthy and nutritious, and instead have the following internal conversations: “I go to the gym every day and I work out hard. I feel entitled to spurge a little afterwards. I don’t feel anything is […]

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Youth Fitness & Nutrition: Country Fruit Stand Salad Recipe

This fruit salad contains a number of fruits high in antioxidants, especially berries of all varieties, such as, blackberries, strawberries, and raspberries. In addition, it has a tasty fruit-based dressing with orange juice and honey and topped with an excellent cinnamon granola mixture. Country Fruit Stand Salad (Original Recipe) Country Fruit Stand Salad gets its sparkling […]

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Four of the Best Foods You Should be Eating Regularly

For a long time, the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has been speaking in very general terms to “eat a variety of foods.” Today, scientists are able to be more specific about their research in order to target those foods that will help you prevent certain kinds of illnesses and disease processes. These include […]

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