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Mar 18th, 2014

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The Domino Effect

The thought of eating healthy and exercising may feel overwhelming. That’s before you experience the domino effect that says when you begin to make a positive change in one area of your life other areas will soon follow. Regular exercise makes it easier to eat healthy. Just as healthy eating makes you more likely to […]

Mar 17th, 2014

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Here’s the #1 Fitness Tip

This fitness tip is so simple and yet it makes all of the difference when it comes to your results. The sad reality is that over 90 percent of gym goers fail to achieve their goal—even after a full year of consistently exercising. Perhaps you can relate? It shouldn’t be this way. I believe that […]

Mar 7th, 2014

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One Pot Chicken Dinner with Fresh Dill

Cooking a healthy dinner at home does not have to be complicated or take lots of time. This simple recipe for chicken, shallots and fresh dill will only take you about 45 minutes from start to finish. Meals that are rich in protein and fiber and low in carbs, like this one, will help you […]

Mar 7th, 2014

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5 Great Reasons to Exercise

Here you go, 5 more motivating reasons to start a challenging exercise program today: Exercise makes you feel better about yourself. Exercise improves your mood. Exercise reduces the risk of chronic disease. Exercise eliminates unwanted pounds. Exercise improves longevity.

Mar 7th, 2014

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Don’t confuse “Active” with Fit

When it comes to excuses for not exercising, I’ve heard them all. Sometimes the excuse is self-inflicted: I don’t have the time. Other times the excuse is pure procrastination: I’m going to start as soon as tax season ends. And then there are excuses that are downright funny: I don’t like to sweat. As delicately […]

Mar 3rd, 2014

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Chicken Soup with Quinoa & Roasted Red Peppers

By using flavorful ingredients, like roasted red bell peppers and white bean hummus, this soup tastes like you slaved over it all afternoon– but really takes less than 20 minutes to throw together. This recipe is a great way to fit some quinoa into your diet. Quinoa is a protein-packed seed that is considered a […]

Mar 3rd, 2014

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Here’s why you sabotage yourself…

And here’s how to put an end to it. You know the ‘how-to’ of fat loss-eat healthy and exercise-so why are you still living in a body that you’re unhappy with? In my experience, people carry ‘unwanted’ pounds for very specific reasons. These reasons are subconscious, which is where things get tricky. Self-sabotage is your […]

Feb 24th, 2014

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Tropical Salad with Teriyaki Chicken

This salad is fun and full of flavor, made with nutrient-packed microgreens, sweet mango, tender teriyaki chicken and guilt-free onion rings. Eat this and give your body the protein it needs as well as a healthy serving of fiber. Servings: 6 Here’s what you need… 4 organic, free-range chicken breasts 1/4 cup Organicville Island Teriyaki […]

Feb 24th, 2014

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5 Lifestyle Mistakes To STOP Making

Want an easier way to lose fat ? Stop starving yourself, counting calories, or eliminating your favorite food groups. Those extreme techniques only burn you out and leave you more frustrated than ever. I bet if I sat on your shoulder and watched your daily routine, I would be able to identify at least 5 areas where […]