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Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Alison R - Personal Trainer Dec 28, 2016 Recipes

Eat Pumpkin Pie!

Alison R - Personal Trainer Dec 14, 2016 Nutrition

Eat Pumpkin Pie! Did you know that December 25 th is also National Pumpkin Pie Day? Pumpkin is a nutritional goldmine—packed with fiber as well as disease-fighting vitamin A, flavonoid polyphenolic antioxidants such as lutein, xanthine, and carotenes in abundance.

Eat a Red Apple!

Alison R - Personal Trainer Dec 1, 2016 Nutrition

Eat a Red Apple! Did you know that December 1 st is national Eat a Red Apple Day? An apple a day keeps the cardiologist away—thanks to a nice amount of cholesterol lowering pectin as well as antioxidants, vitamin C and potassium.

Eat Healthy, Eat Light, Prevent Diabetes.

Alison R - Personal Trainer Nov 14, 2016 Nutrition

Eat Healthy, Eat Light, Prevent Diabetes. Did you know that November 14 th is World Diabetes Day? Did you also know that the most effective way to prevent diabetes is to get on a serious diet and exercise program? This has been scientifically proven to prevent diabetes even more than the popular diabetes drug, metformin.

Eat Bittersweet Dark Chocolate with Almonds!

Alison R - Personal Trainer Nov 7, 2016 Nutrition

Eat Bittersweet Dark Chocolate with Almonds! Did you know that November 7th is National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day? Bittersweet dark chocolate is chock full of blood-pressure- lowering flavonoids. Almonds are rich in fiber, monounsaturated healthy fats and antioxidants. The two together are pure health food heaven!

Eat Figs!

Alison R - Personal Trainer Nov 1, 2016 Nutrition

Eat Figs! Did you know that November 1 st through 7 th is National Fig Week? Figs are a deliciously sweet and nutritious fruit that is often overlooked in the American diet. Figs contain the highest amount of calcium of any fruit and are a virtual fiber and antioxidant bonanza. Generally you will find figs in their dried form but occasionally you can get lucky and find fresh...

Eat Steel Cut Oatmeal!

Alison R - Personal Trainer Oct 29, 2016 Nutrition

Eat Steel Cut Oatmeal! Did you know that October 29 is National Oatmeal Day? Oatmeal is a perfect heart-healthy breakfast food—a whole grain, oatmeal contains beta-glucan—a special cholesterol-lowering type of soluble fiber as well as aventhramides—powerful antioxidants unique to oatmeal.

Pumpkin Pancakes

Alison R - Personal Trainer Oct 18, 2016 Recipes

Schedule your Annual Mammogram!

Alison R - Personal Trainer Oct 6, 2016 Fitness Tips

Schedule your Annual Mammogram! Did you know that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month? The American Cancer Society and other health organizations recommend screening begin at 40 and continue annually. Don’t forget your fiber as fiber has been shown to significantly lower the risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women.

Eat Butternut Squash

Alison R - Personal Trainer Sep 19, 2016 Nutrition

Eat Butternut Squash It’s the time to take advantage of this season’s star vegetable: butternut squash. Super high in fiber and nutrients (especially beta-carotene which gives the squash its vibrant orange color)— one cup of cubed squash is virtually fat-free and contains just 82 calories. Roast it or make it into soup, this seasonal vegetable is one fall...

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