Wednesday, October 1, 2014

World Vegetarian Day

It's World Vegetarian Day!
While you may have already had bacon with breakfast, today's still a great day to be aware of how the overconsumption of meat is destroying more than it's worth.

You don't have to completely abstain from meat to make a difference. Just eat less of it and you'll be doing the whole world a favor.

Want to preserve the environment? Livestock is a leading cause of deforestation and greenhouse gas emissions.

Care about abused animals? Eat less meat so it won't be necessary for business. Here's a very relevant video by Erin Janus Be warned that it gets graphic.

Cherish your body. Know that the healthiest way to heal is to eat plenty of colorful plant-based foods.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Body Mass Index

BMI only takes height and weight into account. It ignores muscle mass and body fat percentage, making it a questionable method of measuring health for those living an active and fit lifestyle. What are your thoughts? Coach Calorie shares food for thought.

"Now, do you think that a 5’6″ male that works out, and is 181 pounds at 8% body fat is overweight? I don’t, but according to this chart, that person wouldn’t just be considered overweight, he would be borderline obese. You tell me, does this person look like he’s almost obese?" - Coach Calorie

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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Eat for Muscle Soreness

Feeling sore after working out? These foods support the healing process, helping alleviate the pain while building stronger muscles.

The Best Food to Eat for Muscle Soreness

"Your muscles might feel sore after a run or overdoing it at the gym, particularly if you don't normally exercise as rigorously. This occurs due to muscle damage and the buildup of natural waste products in your cells. Eating the right foods before and after physical activity can help your muscles heal faster, ease soreness and pain and even protect against muscle damage in the first place." - Nadia Haris

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Dietary Fat Myths

Dietary fats have gotten a bad name.
Know the facts from the myths with Everyday Health.

"If you have heart disease or conditions like atrial fibrillation, you may have been told that a diet low in saturated fats will help. For heart health, you may have believed that a low-fat diet would protect you. But now that some studies report links between saturated fats and heart disease may not be that strong, what should you do?"

Monday, June 16, 2014

Tailored To You

Every body is different. That's why we tailor a unique fitness and nutrition program to each of our clients! We have experts in every field ready to train and assist wherever you need us.

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  • Friday, May 2, 2014

    Pesticide Content

    Can't shop organic? You should know about what's in your favorite fruits and veggies. MindBodyGreen shares 7 raw foods grown with the most and least pesticides.

    Read them here.

    Friday, March 14, 2014

    Pushup Perfect

    Are pushups the perfect primal exercise? See how physically engaging a pushup really. Mark's Daily Apple gives an in-depth description.