Tagged: dieting

Member Stories: Alexandra Bruckner – Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle Change

We’re extremely proud of our members. Over the years their work out agendas and sporting endeavors serve as healthy examples of how it feels to be “Elite,” and how exercise not only adds years to your life, but life to your years! Today we’d like to highlight another member’s experience: Meet Alexandra Bruckner, a member […]

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Help! I Have Too Much Halloween Candy!

Halloween is now in the books and many of us have likely had too much candy, either out with the kids or handing out the candy. We now need to come up with a plan that will help us make it through without hindering our health and fitness goals. Here are two tricks you can […]

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Simple Steps to Stop Roller Coaster Dieting

It’s a typical pattern: you start dieting, commit to a daily routine of elliptical and weights, maybe join a challenge or a boot camp—but pretty soon, you’re having happy hour Mojitos and nachos at your favorite Mexican restaurant. Oops! The mistake here is a common one—the all or nothing approach. This really doesn’t work long term, […]

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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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Why the Word Diet is Often Seen in a Negative Way

As early as the 1920’s, the American Academy of Nutrition began to speak about the changes you made in the foods that you ate, as your “diet.” That is; any change that you made to improve health or for the better was a good diet. Today, in a more popular way, we can often be […]

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There is Not Only One Way to Approach Eating, Diet & Nutrition-Finding the Program That Works for You!

Many people will be confused in the thought that there is only one way to approach a new eating plan. If they do not follow it, they are sure to be a failure. Truthfully, diet and related eating plans will work in your favor almost every time as long as you have created enough change. This […]

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