5 Tips For Food Journaling Success

Did you make a resolution to clean up your diet this year? If so, a food journal can help you get there! The food journal is one of the most helpful tools out there for achieving nutrition-related goals. They are widely used for things like weight management, identifying food allergies, managing blood sugar in those with diabetes, and fine-tuning diet for athletic performance. Despite their value, there is no denying that using a food journal requires a [...]

By |January 9th, 2019|

Making A Resolution this Year? Do this First.

With a new year on the horizon, many of you may be making grand plans for 2019. Unfortunately, resolutions made under the pressure of the clock ticking down to midnight are usually forgotten by February. How can you make it more likely that your resolutions last? My advice: do your homework first. In other words, think it through and make a plan. This applies to most goals, but especially to those that require constant, daily attention- like [...]

By |December 27th, 2018|

One Hour of Strength Training May Save Your Life

Strength training has long been hailed as the best way to gain strength, mobility, and stamina. However, recent studies have shown there’s more to resistance training than building your biceps! New research proves that regular strength training can benefit your body in numerous unexpected ways, from aiding in blood sugar control to preventing osteoporosis. Strength training can even boost your self-esteem and reduce anxiety. While these amazing advantages are enough to send most of us running to [...]

By |December 22nd, 2018|

Reducing Sugar Intake: A Daily Menu

By |October 29th, 2018|Nutrition|

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that we consume no more than 10% of our daily calories from added sugars. Added sugars, as the name suggests, are sugars that are added to foods and beverages by [...]

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