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Superfood Supplements to Boost Your Health

by R. Carnavale September 21st, 2017| Diet Strategy, Superfoods
Why not boost your health by taking superfood supplements? Chia seed, flax seed and hemp seed are a great source of Omega-3 proteins and magnesium and they're easy to spread on yogurt and smoothies or to mix into baked goods dough. These superfood supplements are
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Smoothie Drinking Tips

by Bea September 14th, 2017| Diet Strategy, Workout Fuel
Smoothies are starting to become a big hit. A lot of people prefer smoothies over solid foods because they are easier to eat and you can blend in foods that you might not normally eat, such as spinach or flax seed. Smoothies come with their
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Vitamins for Your Workout

by Bea August 31st, 2017| Diet Strategy, Workout Fuel
Vitamins are crucial for every day activities, but if  you are exercising regularly, it is even more important to pay attention to your vitamin intake. Vitamins will not provide you with energy for you and your workouts; however, what vitamins can do is improve your ability to turn food
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The Hot Latin Diet

by Kimberly Hays August 10th, 2017| Diet Plans, Diet Strategy
The Hot Latin Diet was created by Dr. Manny Alvarez, who noticed that Latin immigrants were slender when they first came to the United States, and then became overweight after eating an American diet for a couple of years. In his research, he looked for answers to how a
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Healthy Snacks: Homemade Popsicles!

by R. Carnavale August 3rd, 2017| Diet Strategy, Healthy Snacks
Whether you're five or 55, on a hot summer's day, there's nothing more delectable than a frozen popsicle to counter the sun's hot rays and stave off dehydration. Though you can purchase popsicles at a grocery store or from your neighborhood ice cream truck vendor, commercial popsicles contain nothing

A Short Guide on How to Rid Yourself of Belly Fat

by Editorial Team July 24th, 2017| Exercises, Healthy Eating
Medically known as visceral fat, belly fat is different from other types of fat, as it is stored around the internal organs of the body. Furthermore, this type of fat is particularly difficult for the body to metabolise, and thus it can be the cause of a plethora of health
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Summer Foods

by Bea July 20th, 2017| Diet Strategy, Workout Fuel
One of my favorite things about the summer time is fresh produce. Fresh produce contributes many positive benefits towards your diet. If you are trying to lose weight this summer, fresh produce will also have many positive effects on your workout effectiveness.

In general, it is good to supply your
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3 Stuffed Vegetables that Make a Healthy Meal

by Marnie Bii May 4th, 2017| Healthy Eating, Nutrition
Quick and easy meals often sacrifice health for convenience. In fact, many of the most popular convenience foods come prepackaged full of preservatives, including tons of sugar and salt. You can prepare fresh ingredients ahead of time instead to ensure you can make a fast, easy meal without sacrificing
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5 Amazing Foods That Needs to Be On Your Daily Diet

by Editorial Team June 15th, 2016| Healthy Eating
Keeping yourself fit and fine is a tough task to do. Our lifestyle seems more suited for unhealthy, oily food which is consumed fast, making us more vulnerable to diseases. Unless you want to end up paying our hard earned money to hospitals, throughout your lives, it's time to change
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Bee Pollen is a Top Superfood

by Kimberly Hays July 30th, 2015| Diet Strategy, Superfoods
Bee pollen is made by separating the pollen from flowers left by bees when they have gathered nectar from them to take to their hives. Amazingly, even though it is only now gaining in popularity as a superfood, it has a long history of being beneficial to health because
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3 Yummy Compound Butter Recipes You Must Try

by Marnie Bii June 30th, 2015| Eating Tips, Healthy Eating
Butter improves the flavor of almost all ingredients from veggies to meats. Just a single tablespoon of butter, however, adds one hundred calories to your meal. If you like to drown your meal in butter, these extra calories can quickly add up. You can reduce the amount of butter
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4 Tips for Making a Standard American Diet Work

by Marnie Bii June 23rd, 2015| Diet Plans, Healthy Eating
The Standard American Diet, or SAD, often comes under harsh criticism for its high carbohydrate, low protein and moderate fat ratios. As a result of the high carb content, many of the dishes enjoyed on this diet are overflowing with sugar. A lack of regular dietary protein can have

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