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Fast Food Nutrition – How To Eat Healthy On The Go

Today’s busy lifestyles sometimes mean we don’t have time to cook, or we must eat while we are out. Most choices available in restaurants today are very high in fat and calories. However, there are a few selections available that won’t bust your fat budget. Make The Right Selections Restaurants make it easier for us

How a Smaller Portions of Fresh Food Can Improve Health

What we have been taught for years is to have breakfast, lunch and dinner. What is  starting to become common knowledge is to have smaller portions more frequently during the day. By doing this, it helps to keep your blood sugar levels stable over the course of the day. By keeping your blood sugar levels

Coconut Oil: A smarter oil to replace the rest

Coconut oil is the smartest oil you can use in cooking. This can be attributed to the presence of lauric acid, capric acid  and caprylic acid, and its properties which are antimicrobial,antioxidant. The human body converts lauric acid into monolaurin which is claimed to help in dealing with viruses and bacteria causing diseases such as

Exercise Intensity – How Much is Beneficial?

Happy Summer to you All! We’re here Summer- long days and a time to enjoy the abundant beauty of the Universe. Exercise Intensity- How much is beneficial? How does one know if they are working at the optimum intensity for them? Intensity is very much a matter of an individuals level that they would be

The Truth Exposed About Dairy Consumption

Hi guys! Summer Fast Approaching, and one of the questions I get all the time is “Is Milk /Dairy Healthy?”. I get many emails, and also questions from potential clients/people who say they eat a ‘healthy diet’. When I ask them how they eat in a day, many times it is not healthy at all. They

Keeping the Spice in Your Personal Training Program

Spring is coming! Take to the great outdoors and be re-motivated for your cardio!!! We all at times feel like not exercising. Where do you find the motivation to exercise? You are not alone when you ask yourself this question. The best way forward is to get out of our heads about exercise and just

Factors That Contribute To Obesity

Happy February! It’s the month of “love” once again, and hopefully you are all being loving to yourselves by eating, training and making the best choices that you all can for your bodies! There are many things in society today that are not the best choices for our optimum health and fitness. They trap us with their

Setting Goals 2010 – Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals

There are many ways to reach goals,and using the following tools will help you: 1) Write down all your goals to give them more force and have a clear picture of what you want. 2) Be Precise Set deadlines, putting dates and time by when goals need to be achieved. Keep goals incremental and attainable,