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Workout Wednesday and some Protein Packed Foods by Tamzin Posted Wed 12 Feb 2014 4:56am Hi all, here we are already at Wednesday again which means a new workout for you guys! I hope you have had a chance to try out the others I have posted? Todays workout is a HIIT (high intensity interval training) cardio blast perfect for getting the heart pumping and can be completed in 20 minutes, enjoy: 20 Minute HIIT Workout Jog on t ... Read on »
Packed Lunch by ComfyConfident Posted Sat 14 Jan 2012 7:13am After work on Friday, Vinnie and I met at home, gathered our stuff and headed up to Vermont for the weekend. In the winter, I coach the young kids in the ski program at Okemo Mountain. It’s a great way to give back to the program I went through, ski with young athletes and get outside. I enjoy going to VT, my family is there, Vinnie’s fa ... Read on »
Are energy bars, protein shakes and other foods advertised as "health foods" good for us? Answer: More often than not, NO they a by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Wed 19 Oct 2011 3:14pm Processed foods are generally not good for us, regardless of how they are advertised. I’ve lived with roommates who firmly believed that they were on wholesome, perfectly nutritious diets all the while subsisting on Power bars, frozen TV dinners from the health food section of our local grocery store and Gatorade. Just because a product is adve ... Read on »
Dr. Heidi Dulay's Food Cycling Fat Burn Program - Part of Whole Food Nation by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 29 Oct 2008 1:32pm Food Cycling aka Extreme Regime (ER) The Program What's different about this? It's based on new research showing that calorie counting and doing exercise don't help most people lose weight. The Surgeon General's Report notwithsanding. What do we get to eat? No rabbit food required. No exercise required. So, what do ... Read on »
Pack healthy food, not calories and fat by Alison Barkman, MS, RD Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 19 Aug 2009 6:21pm By Alison A fellow RD, Elizabeth Ward, recently offered suggestions for eating healthy while traveling in aUSA Today article. Definitely a timely topic as we plow through August and continue our summer getaways by car, train and plane. Traveling can be a great excuse to go into “I’m on vacation” mode and opt for high fat, high sugar snacks an ... Read on »
Why do the Japanese Live the Longest? by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted Fri 19 Nov 2010 12:00am What is the secret to a long life? The Japanese were ranked number one for the longest life expectancy for the 25th straight year in a row by the UN (the US is ranked 38th). Here's what researchers say could be responsible for this phenomenon 1. Portion Control - The average Japanese eats approximately 25% fewer calories than the averag ... Read on »
Guest Post: Earl on Growing to Love Sushi by Nutritionista Posted Thu 12 Aug 2010 7:00am Sushi is definitely on my short list of foods I never get sick of and always am happy to eat. In this guest post, Earl, from Toastable , tells his sushi story and explains how you can come to love raw fish, too! —- Hi, my name is Earl Lee, and I am a huge health nut. I run a website/blog called Toastable where I post healthy food re ... Read on »
The Truth About Eggs and Farm Fun by Amy R. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Apr 2012 3:47pm   My good friend Jandee has a farm.  A real.live.farm.  We went to visit her farm last week, and the kids had a blast checking out all of the animals, collecting eggs and learning about where our food comes from. This is Jandee.  She told me to bring empty egg cartons, but didn’t tell me why.  I thought we might be making some craft for ... Read on »
Refueling or fueling? by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 07 Aug 2012 5:41am Either way you look at it, one must always see eating as an opportunity to provide the body w/ wholesome nutrients and fuel. On Monday at lunch, I posted my lunch on my Trimarni Facebook page. The purpose of the post was to share my yummy creation and to share a tip that we should all be taking time to enjoy our meals. Certainly, it's har ... Read on »
Tasty Tofu: 5 Yummy Ways to Include More Tofu Into Your Diet by Rachael H. Posted Thu 09 Jan 2014 10:00am Hey guys! Below is a guest post for you from Virginia Cunningham, all about the different ways you can ease tofu into your diet! I think she's got some pretty nifty ideas, so check it out! When many think of tofu, they may not see it as having much personality, but it's bland appearance makes it deceptive! Pressed curd extracted from g ... Read on »