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Stick-to it-tiveness

March 19, 2015

Exercise, General Health Info

Stick-to it-tiveness

It’s already mid-March – yikes, where did the time go?  Spring really is just around the corner and soon after, summer and consistently warmer temperatures.  Did you make resolutions in January to get healthier, lose weight, run a marathon, cut out sugar, etc?  If you did but found yourself somehow […]

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Size Does Matter

February 19, 2015

Blog, Diet

Size Does Matter

I often get asked, “How do I get rid of ‘this’?”  Of course, ‘this’ can be belly fat, arm fat, thigh fat, etc.   My answer is always, “How is your diet?”  To me diet isn’t just what you are eating but it’s also how much are you eating – or […]

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The Weight Loss Numbers Game

February 5, 2015

Blog, Weight Loss

The Weight Loss Numbers Game

Since January you’ve been better with food (I don’t like using the word “diet”) and nutrition and you’re exercising more. Your clothes are starting to fit a little better and maybe you’re even seeing a little definition in your body. And, during this time, you weighed yourself weekly, maybe daily. […]

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To Detox or Not

January 29, 2015

Blog, Diet

To Detox or Not

You’ve probably seen the media ads touting the health benefits and weight loss of Detox, or detoxification, diets, but they can pose many health risks and aren’t particularly effective. Detox diets are touted as a way to remove toxins from the body helping you to feel more energetic and focused. […]

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New Year, New You

January 8, 2015

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New Year, New You

You’ve made a promise to yourself about getting more exercise but don’t forget that it all starts with the fork. To develop good eating habits it’s best to have the right foods in your kitchen. Here is a list of 10 pantry staples to have on hand: 1. Water-packed tuna. […]

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How To Survive The Holidays

November 13, 2014

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How To Survive The Holidays

OMG! Thanksgiving is two weeks away (really – where has the year gone?) and thus starts the season of abandon. It’s not the “Twelve Days of Christmas” but more the “Five Pounds of the Holidays”. As you know, my biggest weak spot – like many of you – is the […]

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Holiday Prep Now

October 16, 2014

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Holiday Prep Now

In two weeks, it starts: candy overload at Halloween followed by Thanksgiving and then it’s party, party, party all December ’til New Year’s day. The time to start preparing yourself is now by developing good habits to help you through this period of over indulgence with minimal impact. Did you […]

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Rev Your Metabolism

October 9, 2014

Blog, General Health Info

Rev Your Metabolism

Cardio, intervals, high intensity interval training – why we do these types of workouts is to burn fat and boost metabolism so our body burns calories. But exercise alone doesn’t determine how fast your body burns – it depends on several things. Some people are lucky and inherit a speedy […]

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Diet Soda is Good for You…Right?

September 18, 2014

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Diet Soda is Good for You…Right?

You’ve switched from regular sodas to diet to watch calories.  However, new research shows that diet sodas and other products made with artificial sweeteners could raise your blood sugar levels more than if you indulged in sugar-sweetened sodas and desserts. Scientists found a correlation between artificial sweeteners, gut bacteria (most […]

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Big Toes

September 11, 2014

Blog, Exercise

Big Toes

In the past, whenever I strayed just a teensy bit off a path I had set for myself, I figured, “I got my big toe wet so I may as well jump in all the way”.  Have you ever felt that one slip up meant you could go for broke?  […]

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