Posts by Evan Zingman

April 2021 Nutrition Newsletter

The healthy food pyramid represents five food groups that are associated with these three natural stores. These groups include vegetables to provide carbohydrate, vitamins, and minerals, lean animal proteins and low-fat dairy to provide amino acids, vitamins, minerals, good bacteria and essential fatty acids, and low glycemic index carbohydrates for fiber and carbohydrates. In addition,…

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Natural Herbs & Supplements That Can Promote Energy & Weight Loss

There are plenty of methods out there to help eliminate extra weight, some more tangible than others. Many people have turned towards diversifying their diet, trying oral supplements, or experimenting with herbal remedies. But the reality is that there isn’t a “magic pill” or supplement that helps promotes energy and weight loss. However, there are…

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The Consequences of Fast Food

How often do you eat fast food? Occasionally? Frequently? All the time? Chances are you consume it more than you realize. Fast food is an enormous industry, with more than $200 billion in revenue every year, compared to 50 years ago when it brought in just $6 billion per year. Fast food has exploded in…

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March 2021 Nutrition Newsletter

We’re moving into the third month of our Positive Resolutions for 2021 project. With this project, the goal is to achieve one new, positive goal each month this year, adding each new goal onto the goals from past months. This month, we’ll move into a specific nutrition topic: Get Some Whole Grains.  

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Sustainable Weight Loss Techniques for Women

When it comes to weight loss, it’s important to have reasonable expectations. Going into any sort of healthy lifestyle change thinking you’ll have instant, extraordinary results is a recipe for disaster. You have to know what your progress will look like when you commit to healthy, sustainable habits. It’s also important to remember that no…

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3 Self-Care Sunday Recipes To Reset

After a year of social distancing, working from home and worrying about a global pandemic, you’re not alone if you’re feeling drained. This past year has taken a toll on our emotional, physical and mental wellbeing so it’s more important now than ever to take care of ourselves. Before you buy into the myth that…

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Vitamin D & Depression: Fighting the Winter Blues

What Does Vitamin D Actually Do? Vitamin D is a fat-soluble that is naturally present in certain foods and is also produced when ultraviolet rays from sunlight land on the skin and trigger vitamin D synthesis. The body producing vitamin D in response to sun exposure is why vitamin D is nicknamed the “sunshine vitamin”.…

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4 Reasons to Exercise in the Great Outdoors

Intro  Exercise is great. Being in nature is great. Is it any surprise that exercising outside is a combination for success?  From time to time, your regular fitness regimes can get a bit boring and repetitive – especially if you’ve been using a home gym for working out during the pandemic. Taking the weights outdoors…

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