Category: food

Breakfast Recipes, Quick ‘n Healthy

Back to school is upon us and if you’ve got kids, and even if you don’t (think about the increase in traffic), life is about to get a lot busier. Save yourself some time with these make-ahead breakfast ideas. These nutrient-rich recipes are versatile enough that you can adapt and adjust the ingredients with what […]

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Why Meal Prep?

Meal Prep

“What’s for dinner?” This dreaded question has plagued the households of American families for centuries, leading to many arguments and even more phone calls to the local pizza delivery company. How much easier would it be to just open your refrigerator and find a week’s worth of healthy, delicious food that’s fully prepped and ready […]

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Spring Food for Thought

Kale Salad recipe

Staying the course with nutrition is often the hardest part of a healthy lifestyle change. And with nearly 80% of weight loss success being tied to proper nutrition, it’s quite possibly the most important part of the equation. One thing that makes it incredibly difficult is a lack of knowledge when it comes to recipes […]

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The Threat of Obesity in America

The threat of Obesity in America

We have all heard about the threat of obesity across America. It’s being thrown around in the media so often it’s become white noise. I want to talk to you about the real implications of the rise of obesity in our country and whether or not America is ready to tackle the problem head-on. Did […]

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Sugar Is Not Your Friend

Sugar is evil

Well, you made it through another Halloween (and Thanksgiving). Did the neighborhood kids leave you with a full bowl of sugar-laden treats? Leftover apple and pumpkin pie and ice cream?? Get rid of them I mean, give them away, send them to the military overseas, trade them at the dentist’s office (check this great site […]

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Are You Really That Hungry?

Avoiding overeating

8 Ways To Prevent Overeating Restaurant portions in the U.S. are so large that others in the civilized world can not even fathom how one person can eat a meal by themselves. While it’s nice to know you’re getting your money’s worth, consuming large portions can be the equivalent to eating all of your daily […]

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Cliché as it is, big things come in small packages and seeds are packing big nutritional value in an itty bitty living space. Grains, beans, nuts, and seeds are all well, seeds, and they are the foundation of the food pyramid. Seeds are becoming a trendy addition to a healthy diet. Flax seeds, chia seeds, […]

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