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One of the most frequent reasons I hear from people for not eating as healthy as they’d like to is that it’s too expensive.  It can certainly appear that way at first glance — but after a bit of evaluating you soon realize that eating healthy is absolutely possible on a budget.  In fact, once you get the hang of it, it can be quite simple! I’m going to share some tips on how to eat healthy without breaking the bank.  Take these tips and make them habits in your ...
260 PointsSilver

Barbara St Louis

/ Nutrition, Health & Wellness Coach
COPYING SOMEONE ELSE'S WORKOUT!!       A major mistake made by a lot of gym-goers is following a workout program that has not been specifically designed for them. The problem with this type of program is that it has been designed for someone else and not specifically for you! Many of these workout plans have been designed for professional athletes who have been training for a number of years, who have a very specific goal. If you tried to copy these workouts you may find ...
360 PointsSilver

David Manzalaoui

/ Nutrition, health and wellness coach
I know that a lot of people are still eating store bought cereal and they are not great for keeping our blood sugar in check and what goes with it not keeping our hormones in balance. So here are some Healthier Alternatives to Cereal! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But did you know that despite cereal flooding the shelves at your supermarket, cereal isn’t as healthy as marketing makes it out to be? Unless you are eating good quality muesli each morning with some fruit, ...
1240 PointsSilver

Angieszka Spuzak

/ Nutrition Consultant, Natural Chef
Magnesium is super important for hormones health. Sharing a protocol for Magnesium group for you to use. I will attach it as file too. How To Restore Magnesium In 3 Steps by MORLEY ROBBINS on NOVEMBER 29, 2012 I am often asked, “So how much Magnesium do I need to take daily?” It’s a great question. And like most great questions, the answer is, “It depends.” There are actually 3 points to consider: 1) Increased S*T*R*E*S*S = Increased MBR First, please know that stress consumes ...
1240 PointsSilver

Angieszka Spuzak

/ Nutrition Consultant, Natural Chef
Five Weight-Loss Friendly Snacks You Will Love The words “weight-loss” and “snacks” often appear in the same sentence. But that might also bring thoughts of "tasteless," "cardboard," and "completely unsatisfying." Right? Let me give you my best weight-loss friendly snacks that aren't just nutritious but also delicious! What’s my criteria you ask? They have to be nutrient-dense whole foods where a little goes a long way; foods that contain protein and/or ...
1240 PointsSilver

Angieszka Spuzak

/ Nutrition Consultant, Natural Chef
  During menopause women tend to gain weight. While this isn't great it’s pretty common and there are many reasons why. Two reasons why women gain weight during menopause... Reason #1 Reduced muscle mass. Muscle mass uses energy (burns calories) so when we have less of it the body burns less energy overall, leading to weight gain. Unfortunately, this weight gain may appear as increased belly fat. Reason #2 During menopause there is an increase in the hunger hormone ...
1240 PointsSilver

Angieszka Spuzak

/ Nutrition Consultant, Natural Chef
This week kicks off the busiest time of the year, the holidays. As we finish shopping for presents, finalizing travel arrangements, packing and checking our list twice, we will be thrown into a flurry of stress. In our effort to make every commitment and see every relative, we neglect our own needs and ourselves. In order to not return from our vacation in need of a vacation, here are a few tips and suggestions to help you stay balanced amidst all the festivities. To stay balanced ...
9140 PointsGold

Helen Granskog

/ Certified Wellness Coach and Author
While the replacement of sugar with natural sweeteners is helpful, it does not make your sugar cravings disappear. Cravings are not a bad thing, however, they are simply your body’s way of talking to you, of telling you what is going on. It may be an indication that you are not eating a diet that is right for your body type or that you have stress in other areas of your life. It is usually an imbalance, by slowing down and taking the time to recognize what else may be going on in your ...
9140 PointsGold

Helen Granskog

/ Certified Wellness Coach and Author
The average American consumes 179 pounds of sugar per person annually! I believe most of this sugar is eaten during this time of the year as we consume candy, pies, eggnog, pastries, desserts and more. In some cases we may not be consciously choosing to eat extra sweets, it is in many of the products we buy off the grocery shelves. Foods that once never had a sweet taste – like soups, peanut butter, and salad dressing – now are packed with sugar.   You may ...
9140 PointsGold

Helen Granskog

/ Certified Wellness Coach and Author
As you think about maintaining balance this holiday, realize that setting health and balance goals goes far beyond not gaining unwanted pounds. A stable weight is just one of the benefits of enjoying a healthy diet. It is actually more like a positive side effect of creating balance in your life. What most people don’t realize when they want to find balance and maintain or lose weight is that food is just one part of a much larger equation. Balance and deeply meaningful things also ...
9140 PointsGold

Helen Granskog

/ Certified Wellness Coach and Author
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