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If you asked someone about what insulin is, you would probably get an answer similar to “doesn’t it have something to do with blood sugar?” or “doesn’t that have to do with diabetes?” If you asked someone involved in the fitness community, you might get a more technical answer about uptake of sugar in the[…]

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Whether you are tracking your macros, trying to eat less sugar, or watching your caloric intake in any way it may seem like a no brainer to choose to sweeten your meals and drinks with an artificial sweetener. Artificial sweeteners give you the sweetness you are craving and they come at the cost of ZERO[…]

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Protein bars can be very convenient meal replacements or snacks, especially when living a busy lifestyle! I will be honest that protein bars are not really my thing, however, I wanted to talk about some of my favorite bars that I do have on occasion. A lot of my clients love to incorporate them into[…]

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One of the most common topics I talk about with my clients is food that bloats you! Even though a food may be good for you and packed full of nutrients, sometimes they have unpleasant side effects. This is obviously not fun to see your stomach expanding, but it can also be physically painful for[…]

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cardio

There are two types of cardio that pretty much everyone does when they are trying to get into shape: steady state cardio and high intensity interval training (HIIT). So, what is the difference between the two and how do you know which one is best for you?             Let’s start with the difference between the[…]

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New Year, new you… right? That’s what it seems like everyone is saying around this time of year, but how can you REALLY put this resolution into action? The first thing you need to take care of is to start taking care of YOURSELF! You are eating right and killing it in the gym, but[…]

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best-multivitamins

In today’s world people do not get the right nutrients in proper amountsandthough it’s not detrimental to include them in your diet, it can only benefit you to take multivitamins. There is practically nothing you could overtake. The Harvard School of Public Health (2016)states that a healthy diet should provide nearly all the nutrients you[…]

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