Posts Tagged ‘fitness education’

Intermittent fasting 101: What is it and will it help me lose weight?

In a nutshell, intermittent fasting is just that: fasting intermittently. It’s limiting calorie intake during certain hours/day or days/week. It’s more of an eating pattern than a diet. It limits when to eat, and not so much what to eat. And that’s part of it’s appeal to people who don’t want to count calories or…

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Multi-Vitamins

You’ve probably known about multi-vitamins since you were a kid. Everything from “One-a-Day” to “Flintstones” multi-vitamins have been available for decades. But, let me ask you this. Besides just hearing that they’re “good for you” do you know much about multi-vitamin supplements? Have you ever wondered what goes into them?  Or, why some are more…

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Top 5 Weight Loss Exercise Tips

  Exercise is a crucial part of any successful weight loss program. However, when it comes to the actual workouts, most people don’t exercise in a way that promotes optimal fat loss. That’s why today I’m going to be helping you make sure your workouts are focused on fat loss and listing five of the…

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Creating a Mindset for Health

So much of health is all about habits and actions, but where do these all stem from? What if we don’t have to make as many changes as we think we do? What if there was one powerful thing that makes a lot of difference? That thing is mindset. Mindset is sometimes called “the story…

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How the Process Makes a Difference

Have you ever considered the differences between an inferior nutritional product and super-premium formulation? It’s more than just the ingredients. Did you know the manufacturing process, itself, is key to producing a superior formulation?  It’s true. Every single formulation adheres to its own set of processes and protocol including machine sterilization and controlled environments (temperature/humidity)…

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The 3 Best Exercises for Building Lean Muscle

If you’re sick and tired of looking ‘average’, at least in your own mind, then it might be time for you to get in the gym and do something about it. Many of us would give anything to have a lean, muscular, aesthetic physique that a Greek God himself would be envious of. As you…

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Nutrition News- May 2018

I’m especially excited for this issue of the newsletter because it’s chock-full of resources to help make it easier to try a plant-based diet. Don’t miss the research story for the microbiome, which emphasizes a plant-based diet for good health. This issue also features great news about local foods and farmers’ markets just in time…

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Antioxidant Foods vs. Supplements

Antioxidants are just that: they fight (anti) oxidation. The chemical process of oxidation is like rusting metal. A molecule loses electrons and creates the infamous free radicals.  Oxidation is also the reason why apples, bananas, and avocados go brown when the skin is broken, and they’re exposed to air – they’re getting oxidized. Free radicals…

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Why Athletes and Serious Fitness Enthusiasts Supplement

Do you know why almost ALL athletes and serious fitness enthusiasts add supplements to their menu plans..? It’s because they know the difference. Here’s what I mean. Deconditioned, inactive people interested only in growing hair, skin and nails probably meet their “low metabolism” needs through food alone. Or, at best, might consider an inexpensive daily…

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Getting the most out of your functional fitness workouts

If you’re looking for noticeable weight loss, fitness for the long term and a feeling of wellness, then functional fitness workouts are what you should be finding out more about. In one session, you could do anything between 5 to 10 different types of exercises that improve the way all your muscles work together –…

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