12 Weeks to Lean and Mean

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Exercising is something that’s been on my mind a lot lately. With a new baby in our lives, the postpartum anxiety hormones that came with childbirth (not to mention recovering from the childbirth injuries), and a fussy baby who has a consistent nap schedule and must be in bed by … [Read more...]

5 Ways to Cheat and Survive It

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I’m not going to pretend I don’t love chocolate and wine. Or pizza and beer. It’s the reason I found myself needing to make diet changes in my early 20s. I just love food...all of it. I love super-healthy green kale smoothies with wheat grass and spirulina, and I love the … [Read more...]

Can You Identify and Correct Your Nutritional Deficiencies?

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Minerals Continued: Are You Deficient? Odds are, something in your nutrition plan is off. You may think you're eating clean, wholesome, drinking plenty of water, and avoiding the "bad stuff," but more than 50% of our society is deficient in two or more vitamins and minerals. … [Read more...]

Four Steps to a Simple Food Prep

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Guest post by Dana Hamada Having a balanced diet that supports your fitness and lifestyle goals can be a challenge for those who are single, have limited funds, or are “not adventurous” when it comes to foods.  Being in a relationship and/or having kids can also present … [Read more...]