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Dutiful Diary

Posted: 04/09/2014

Identifying ideal sources for post-workout protein is the subject of many debates among fitness enthusiasts. Between specially tailored protein shakes, bars and smoothies, the options are seemingly endless. However, the best answer for you might be as simple as low-fat dairy. Low-fat dairy options like yogurt, chocolate milk and cottage cheese offer an excellent blend of...

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The benefits of Vitamin C

Posted: 04/08/2014

Skin Aging. Vitamin C affects cells on the inside and outside of the body.  A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition examined links between nutrient intakes and skin aging in 4,025 women aged 40-74. It found that higher vitamin C intakes were associated with a lower likelihood of a wrinkled appearance, dryness of the skin, and a better skin-aging appearance. Other...

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Diet Giving You Trouble?

Posted: 03/28/2014

Diets are hard to tackle sometimes (when I say diets, I’m talking about what you’re eating).  There are multiple factors that could be the reason why you can’t stay on track with your diet.  Here are three tips to help you get on track:Pick 1 Unhealthy Food and Remove It: This means for example, take sugar out of your diet and stick...

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Dr. Janet’s Roasted Tomato Pesto Wild Salmon

Posted: 03/01/2014


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The Myth of Lifting Heavy

Posted: 09/27/2013

Contrary to popular belief, lifting heavy weight does not make you gain bulk and muscle by default. In fact…diet does. In order to build muscle you need to provide your body with the right ingredients to make it. Working out tears muscle fiber, while proper nutrition and sleep help build it the fibers back up to be bigger and stronger.If you’re not as big or...

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Posted: 05/21/2013

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, right? Well, maybe not. Studies have shown that fructose, the natural sugar common to sweet fruits, can actually be more difficult for the body to process than regular sugar. What’s worse is that the fruits that we most commonly eat today have been bred for maximum fructose content, forcing the body to handle even more...

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Vegetables Taste Good!

Posted: 05/08/2013

Obvious statement alert: Eating vegetables is an essential part of a healthy diet, no bones about it. Unfortunately, vegetables don’t come with an instruction book, so many people convince themselves that as long as they’re eating a veggie, they’re doing something healthy for their body, regardless of how it’s been prepared. Vegetables are loaded...

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Don’t Just Count Calories

Posted: 03/20/2013

One quick search around the web for “best calorie burners” or any derivative of that will produce thousands and thousands of results that outline which exercises burn the most calories, how many calories they burn per minute, and how to craft a workout routine that burns the most calories in only 4.3 minutes. That’s all well and good (with the exception...

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Healthy Party Trail Mix

Posted: 03/07/2013

Nutrition: calories 150.2, fat 6.2, carbs. 23.7, fiber 3.6, protein 2.8 Ingredients:1 bag 100 calorie microwave popcorn (6 cups popped)1 cup kix cereal3/4 cup Cocoa puffs cereal1/2 cup Fiber one cereal (original)1 cup baby puffs (you can find this in the baby isle of your market. 1/2 cup only has 25 calories and they come in so many different flavors. The one I chose for...

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Kale: Try something new this week!!

Posted: 02/28/2013

Check out this image of Kale.... a great option to add to a meal. 

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