How Much Protein Do I Need For Optimal Health and Performance?

Protein: Is too much of a good thing not a good thing? Protein is a necessary macronutrient that is necessary for life but does that mean we can eat it in unlimited quantities? The amount of protein one person needs is...

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How to Meal Prep Breakfast for Busy Mornings

  Yes, it is possible to have a healthy breakfast on busy mornings. It just needs a bit of meal prep ahead of time. If you're like me, your mornings are busy and there's never enough time! Cooking a gourmet breakfast is...

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How to Brew Kombucha for a Healthy Gut

In this blog, you'll learn what Kombucha is, the health benefits of drinking it, and how to brew your own at home. A healthy gut is the first place to start for curing many ails. What is Kombucha? Kombucha is fermented tea....

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How to Prevent Your Gut From Derailing Your Training

Is your training and athletic performance being compromised by an unhappy gut? Whether it's traveling, antibiotics, dining out or intense training, there are many triggers for GI issues. These “issues” may include stomach pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation or a combination...

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Gluten Free Quinoa Stuffed Pumpkin

Not sure what to do with your pumpkins? Try this healthy recipe everyone will love! For those of us with food allergies or intolerances, such as gluten intolerance or Celiac disease, the holidays can be hard. Honestly, I like having the holidays...

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Vacationing: The Healthy(er) Approach, Nutrition Edition

This blog shares how you can have a realistic approach to eating healthy on vacation, without depriving yourself. Figuring out exactly how I was going to write this blog was quite the challenge, to say the least.  The day before...

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Recipe of the Month: Roasted Kielbasa & Vegetables

I saw this picture the other day and it cracked me up. While this picture undoubtedly applies to moms, I think it can apply to everyone. In January, I was cooking oven roasted chicken thighs with a light mushroom cream...

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Recipe of the Month: Gluten-Free Veggie Quiche

You'll love this easy recipe for delicious gluten-free veggie quiche for a healthy and quick meal. Picture this: it's another crazy weekday morning. After snoozing your alarm three times, you roll out of bed and embark on yet another attempt...

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Exercise is Medicine: Diabetes Management and Physical Activity

Why is exercise and physical activity considered the top medicine for diabetes management? In this guest blog, learn about the power of exercise for reducing the impact of diabetes. Although everyone can benefit from physical activity, individuals with diabetes can significantly...

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The Endurance Athlete’s Guide to Fueling Early in the Season

Fueling early on in the season requires a different approach for endurance athletes, than the middle and late season. A solid sports nutrition plan can make or break your performance. You have your race calendar all mapped out with you’re A...

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