Fueling to Get the Most Out of Your Training

Are you  getting the most out of your training? Learn why pre-workout fueling is essential for an effective training session. A good training session allows your body to positively adapt to the training stimulus. Think better results, faster! How does...

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Healthy Eating on a Budget

Healthy Eating On a Budget Whether you are a broke college student like I am, or a busy parent trying to balance bills, saving money is a top priority! Instead of using excuses to not eat healthy, like the infamous...

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5 Things Food Manufacturers Do Not Want You To Know

5 Things Food Manufacturers Do Not Want You To Know Food corporations and manufacturers all have one common goal: To get as much money from you as possible. I am here to make sure you get the best out of...

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Trail Fuel: What to pack for backpacking

Trail Fuel: What to pack for backpacking Did you know that a full day of backpacking can translate to your body burning upwards of 3,000-4,000 calories a day? Most backpackers out on the trails tend to under fuel in attempt...

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Do you know your food? Check out our video blog: 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Food

Do you know your food? Here is a quick video about the 5 Things You Didn't Know About Your Food. Do you really know what you're eating? This video is about reading food labels and points out 5 major things...

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Grocery Shopping for Meal Prep: Preparing for Competitions

  Grocery Shopping for Meal Prep - here's a quick video blog about how our registered sports dietician, Kristen Ziesmer, grocery shops to prepare her meals for upcoming sports and body competitions! Watching this video, you'll learn how sports dietitians grocery...

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Spring Cleaning- A Guide to Refreshing Your Diet

Spring cleaning is here! Spring is the perfect time to not only ditch the dust bunny-ridden clothes sitting in the back of your closet, but also cleanse your body for the inevitably approaching summer season. Though it may sound...

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Warm Beet Salad

Yields 4 servings (2 cups each) INGREDIENTS: 8 Cups lettuce 2 cups steamed beet wedges, or slices 1/2 -1” thick (see tip) 1 T. extra virgin olive oil
1 clove garlic, minced 1 cup thinly sliced red onion 1⁄4 tsp salt
2 plum tomatoes, chopped 
1⁄4 tsp freshly...

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Kale!

Hello everyone! It’s Sallie here again to chat with you guys on Kristen’s blog. This time around it’s all about trendy health foods. I will be starting a 5 week series on all the foods you’ve heard about on Oprah...

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Avocado: Super Food or Super Fad

Nowadays it seems that almost everyplace you go to eat has some item being advertised with Avocado as the selling factor. Avocados are in fact very good for you, but don’t think that a little piece of this fruit...

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