Archives for Diet Strategy

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Nutrition Bars

by Bea April 8th, 2014| Accessories, Diet Strategy, Healthy Snacks

When it comes to grabbing a snack that will supply you with energy to get you through a workout, you probably grab nutrition/energy bars. However, what you might not realize is that not all nutrition bars were created equal. In

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Alternatives to Dairy Milk in Your Diet

by Kimberly Hays April 1st, 2014| Diet Plans, Diet Strategy
Many people are looking for an alternative to animal milk due to the hormones, a vegan diet, lactose intolerance, allergies, or the antibiotics found in most forms of dairy milk in the grocery stores. The alternatives, which are plant based, are all a little different in taste and texture,
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Advocating for Avocado

by Bea March 25th, 2014| Diet Strategy, Healthy Snacks
Food plays such an important role when it comes to having a successful exercise routine. This applies to pre-workout and post-workout. Before a workout, food is necessary to be able to get the energy you need to complete your workout. After a workout, you need food for the recovery
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The Health Benefits of Turmeric

by Kimberly Hays March 18th, 2014| Diet Strategy, Superfoods
Just as in fashion, it seems superfoods also evolve. We went through the Greek yogurt phase, the quinoa phase, and now the hot new superfood is turmeric. Of course, eating an array of superfoods is best for your health, but it’s always fun to add something new to the
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When to Go for Isotonic Drinks

by Bea March 11th, 2014| Diet Strategy, Workout Fuel
Isotonic drinks are one of the three major types of sports drinks. Sports drinks can be categorized into three basic groups: isotonic, hypertonic, and hypotonic. Isotonic sports drinks are ones that contain salt and sugar concentrations that are similar to the concentrations of salt and sugar in the human
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Healthy Cookies?

by Bea February 25th, 2014| Diet Strategy, Healthy Snacks
A few days ago I finished up a really tough day on the slopes. With multiple glade runs, a 30 minute uphill hike, and more, I certainly got my workout in for the day. On the way back to my room, I stopped by the office and saw that
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Superfoods: Crazy About Cabbage

by Kimberly Hays January 14th, 2014| Diet Strategy, Superfoods
Cabbage is really inexpensive vegetable, and it can be prepared many ways including boiled, fried, in soups, casseroles and salads. It is also a superfood that is full of health benefits. Available in red or green, with all varieties having the same nutritional value, cabbage is a staple everyone

Health! I Need Some Groceries!

by James Maynard October 18th, 2013| Diet Strategy, Nutrition, Video
Choosing healthy foods can be one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family. There are many choices available to us when we are at the store. However, not all of them are going to be nutritious. So, it is important that you learn

The Pros and Cons of a Raw Food Diet

by Kimberly Hays September 10th, 2013| Diet Plans, Diet Strategy
The raw food diet is becoming very popular and it is important to know the facts before starting any new diet. This diet is similar to a vegan or vegetarian diet, but all of the food is eaten raw, and all of it is unprocessed. The food cannot be

The Power of Lemons and Lemon Juice

by Kimberly Hays August 26th, 2013| Diet Strategy, Superfoods
When life gives you lemons...eat them! Instead of looking at lemons as a garnish for seafood dishes or as the main ingredient for lemonade, take these bright yellow beauties to another level in your diet. They are a superfood packed with vitamins and other great benefits. The juice of

The G.O.M.B.S. Diet

by Kimberly Hays July 16th, 2013| Diet Plans, Diet Strategy
G.O.M.B.S. stands for “Greens, Onions, Mushrooms, Berries and Seeds.” This diet, developed by Dr. Joel Furman, is formulated to combat cancer using food. Thought of as nature’s medicine, food is a great way to improve health. Not really a diet, but more of a lifestyle, these foods will help

Refresh, Rehydrate with Homemade Juice

by R. Carnavale July 9th, 2013| Diet Strategy, Healthy Snacks
If you're planning to exercise when it's hot and humid, you'll lose water due to perspiration. You'll need to refresh your body and rehydrate. One of the best ways of doing so is to drink a delicious, homemade juice made with fresh fruits, herbs, and vegetables. Low in calories,

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