How do you prep your meals?

Posted on 16. May, 2016.

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Happy Monday!!! I hope your day is going well! I’m recovering from a stomach bug or food poisoning. It wasn’t horrible but enough to make me feel poorly. I did spend some time this weekend meal prepping. I made my leek and cauliflower soup but I need to get my proteins together. I had never […]

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Meet Ida Keeling, 100yr old runner!

Posted on 27. Apr, 2016.

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When I saw this video on the NY Times blog, I knew I just had to share it with you. Meet Ida Keeling. She is 100yrs young. She has raced all around the world, holding the Worlds Record for 60-meter dash for women ages 95 to 99. Get this! She didn’t start running until she […]

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How to Make Protein Bars

Posted on 15. Mar, 2016.

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Protein bars are easy to make and are great for on-the-go snacks. Commercial protein bars are often filled with fillers, soy, artificial flavors and sweeteners. Try this take on the protein bar formula from Team Beachbody Newsletter Recipe: Snack Bar-O-Matic Want to try your hand at making your own fruit and nut–based snack bar? In just […]

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RECIPE – Kale & Broccoli Matchstick Salad

Posted on 02. Mar, 2016.

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Kale and broccoli are two powerhouse vegetables! EAT your greens, people! I needed a new Kale recipe to add to my menu. If you are following autoimmune protocol, omit the hazelnuts and cheese. Kale is loaded with fiber which aids in digestion. It is also high in iron, VitK, calcium and Vit K. Most of […]

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How to Make Cafe Latte Shakeology

Posted on 20. Feb, 2016.

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I am so happy you clicked on this post because I could not WAIT to tell you about the new Cafe Latte Shakeology! I was honestly not expecting it to be so delicious! I like coffee but I only drink it when I’m sleepy and I need to drive as I’m very sensitive to caffeine disrupting […]

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Red Meat Causes Cancer – says WHO?

Posted on 04. Feb, 2016.

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Several of my friends have been asking about the new World Health Organization report that eating red meat increases your risk of cancer.  Processed meat was rated a definite human carcinogen and red meat was rated a possible human carcinogen. If you want to read the original report, you can find it here. What does this really […]

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Stop Sabotaging Your Workouts!

Posted on 19. Jan, 2016.

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I love this article, written by Beachbody’s Blog writer, Julie Stewart. I especially love mistake #2. I have often wondered why I see so many in gyms with that hunched posture. Lifting weights, when done properly, should IMPROVE your posture! “It doesn’t matter if you’ve been working out for a week or a decade—odds are […]

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Are you setting goals in 2016?

Posted on 05. Jan, 2016.

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Many of my friends having been asking me about my goals for the year and what I use to help me track and attain my goals. I found from talking with friends that most people never accomplish their lofty goals that they set Jan 1 of a new year.  I started researching goal setting so […]

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Five Stories of Nutrition and Healing in Autoimmunity

Posted on 26. Oct, 2015.

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Today, I listened to a Phoenix Helix podcast Episode 30. I love her Stories podcasts which are Episodes 1, 14 and 30. In each of these three episodes, Eileen interviews people with different autoimmunity diseases. Today several of the stories really hit home for me. In the first story, Tracey reversed Scleroderma, Polymyositis, and Raynaud’s […]

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Should I use the Performance Line?

Posted on 08. Aug, 2015.

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If you’re doing a Beachbody program, you may be wondering how to incorporate Beachbody’s new Performance Line into your nutrition. Autumn Calabrese very nicely sums it up for us! In addition, Carl Daikeler, CEO of Beachbody, had this to say about the Performance Line in response to Autumn’s video. If I can just add: I’ve […]

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Do you really need phytonutrients in your diet?

Posted on 08. Jul, 2015.

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Ok, well I titled this post with a rhetorical question – OF COURSE you need phytonutrients in your diet! While nutrition research is unreliable because usually it is based on someone’s recall of what they ate over a period of time, I think the research is pretty clear that a plant-based diet has NUMEROUS health […]

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Do you need more energy?

Posted on 21. Jun, 2015.

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Do you want more energy? No, NOT this kind!!! Often when people start a new fitness regime, they complain of fatigue. This causes them to stop their new fitness program before they reach the point of GAINING energy from being more fit. There are several things to keep in mind when starting a new fitness […]

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Do you love pineapple but hate cutting it?

Posted on 06. May, 2015.

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My son loves fresh pineapple. I can take it or leave it (usually leave it) but being a mom, you sacrifice yourself for your kids. Well, sacrifice no more! I bought this pineapple slicer on a whim. My son was able to use it effortlessly. I was so impressed, I had to try it myself! And […]

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Autoimmune Protocol and Dining Out = Trouble

Posted on 06. May, 2015.

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When you are following the autoimmune protocol (AIP), it is quite challenging to eat out. Even a simple salad can have hidden triggers in the salad dressings such as artificial sweeteners, seed spices, and preservatives. So I was quite delighted when I saw that Panera Bread (the name says it all as to why I […]

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