Topic: Nutrition

Myth vs. Fact: Eat Less and Exercise More

Does eating fewer calories than how much you burn automatically equate to weight loss? This is the final installment of our mini-series on common nutrition myths where we’ll tackle the subject of how much food is necessary to fuel your exercise and activities of daily living.

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Myth vs. Fact: Pre/Post-Workout Supplements

What should you eat before and after your workouts? Many people consume workout supplements to help their bodies but is this the most effective way? This is part two of this month’s mini-series on nutrition myths. We’ll cover myths surrounding the subject of pre- and post-workout supplements.

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Myth vs. Fact: Workout Snacks

In this month’s mini-series, we will bust some common nutritional myths with regards to exercise. Read on to learn more about when and what an appropriate workout snack may be, pre- and post-workout supplements, and how much to eat to fuel your workouts.

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Cherry Chocolate Nice Cream Recipe

Looking for a healthier, non-dairy alternative to ice cream this summer? Look no further than this Cherry Chocolate Vegan Nice Cream recipe. Using frozen bananas for the base, this recipe is loaded with sweetness and flavor without added sugar and is safe for those with lactose intolerance. The almond extract helps enhance the flavor of […]

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10 Back-to-School Lunch Ideas for Kids

Now that kids are preparing for their return to school, here is your chance to get ahead of the curve and plan out some nutritious options. Instead of packing the same items everyday, check out these meals for some fresh, new ideas. Keep in mind that each meal should include a protein, fruit and vegetable […]

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International & Domestic Travel Nutrition Tips

Have a big trip coming up? Whether you’re driving or flying, traveling domestic or abroad, you still have to eat. Your destination will determine what foods are available or if you have the ability to bring your own. Here are some travel nutrition tips!

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Healthy Snacks to Bring Hiking or Camping

Two common summer activities include camping and hiking. Planning your route or your trip is the easy part, but what do you pack to fuel your adventure? Read on to learn more about grab-and-go options that travel well and are suitable for your next hiking or camping excursion!

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Summer Grilling: Rainbow Salmon Skewers Recipe

Summer is grilling season! If you’re looking for something new to grill, try this fun rainbow salmon skewers recipe! This recipe is low sugar, very high in protein, and packed with flavor. Try topping salad, brown or wild rice, couscous or quinoa, with these delicious skewers for a quick, filling meal.

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