Feeling mean? Eat green!

February 26th, 2013

Feeling mean? Eat green!

A recent University of Warwick and Dartmouth College study reports that people who eat 7 servings of fruits or vegetables a day report being “happier” than those who don’t. After studying the ea

Is breakfast over-rated?

February 4th, 2013

Is breakfast over-rated?

A new study from Northumbria University suggests that people burn up to 20% more body fat by exercising in the morning on an empty stomach. The British Journal of Nutrition described the study, in whi

Shake Up Your Diet With Simple Food Swaps

January 30th, 2013

Shake Up Your Diet With Simple Food Swaps

When it comes to our daily food intake, many of us are on autopilot. We buy, prepare and eat the same food week after week. Thinking of cleaning out your pantry and starting fresh? Starting today, you

Food For Thought – Do You Have a Nutritional Conditioning Plan?

January 9th, 2013

Food For Thought – Do You Have a Nutritional Conditioning Plan?

For optimum health, athletes need to have a training plan AND an eating plan – this is called nutritional conditioning.  Think of nutritional conditioning as a goal just as important as your fitnes

Don’t Be Fooled By “Light” Beer and “Skinny “Cocktails – They Can Still Put on the Pounds

December 24th, 2012

Don’t Be Fooled By “Light” Beer and “Skinny “Cocktails – They Can Still Put on the Pounds

This time of year you’ll hear a lot about the benefits of “light” beer and “skinny” cocktails — so you can enjoy your holiday parties without a calorie-care in the world.  But be advi

Weekend-Proof Your Diet, Part 1

December 12th, 2012

Weekend-Proof Your Diet, Part 1

Do you exercise and eat well Monday through Friday? Don’t wreck your hard work on the weekends. Use these tips to keep you on-track. Happy Hour:  Free appetizers and half-price drinks are great for

Keep Your ‘Ghoulish’ Figure This Halloween

October 15th, 2012

Keep Your ‘Ghoulish’ Figure This Halloween

If YOU end up eating most of the leftover Halloween candy, take heart: You can do yourself (and your trick-or-treaters) a favor by choosing healthier alternatives to the usual sugar-laden fare. Consid

Organic vs. Conventional: The Debate Rages On

October 15th, 2012

Organic vs. Conventional: The Debate Rages On

Have you ever wondered if the organic food you eat is actually healthier than conventional food?  The answer may not be as clear as you think. The implied health benefit in organic foods has impacted

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