Common Sense Nutrition
Common Sense Nutrition Common sense nutrition is the secret behind a healthy, strong, sexy and sound body and mind. Not a “magic pill”, a high protein, no-carb, low fat, no-fat diet, or strict adherence to the glycemic index. No, it is common sense nutrition, balanced with activity, work, play and rest that will yield the best […]
Nutrition Wellness Online Resources
These are our suggestions for online resources to learn more about nutrition wellness and how you can be a healthier you! If you are interested in becoming a Certified Nutrition & Wellness Consultant and helping others to live a more vibrant and healthy life, visit AFPA Nutrition & Wellness Consultant Certification course details. Dr Mercola Dr Mercola […]
Why Raise Children Vegan?
Why Raise Children Vegan? By: JoAnn Farb In previous months I have addressed many issues surrounding how to raise you children to be vegan, but thus far I have not discussed why you should raise your children vegan. The reasons are varied, and of course similar to the reasons why an adult might choose to be […]
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Enhancing Performance with Sports Nutrition and Supplements
Sports Nutrition and Supplements – Effective Strategies for Enhancing Performance and Body Composition Introduction The scientific investigation of various sports nutrition and supplement strategies has undergone a tremendous growth in the last decade. The purpose of this review is to cover the latest science regarding several of the major categories in sports nutrition and performance enhancing supplements. […]
Good Nutrition–Good Living
Good Nutrition–Good Living What is the secret to a healthy, strong, sexy and sound body and mind? It is common Sense and a Sensible Diet. It is activity and balance of work and play and rest. It is in your head and your hands and your home more-so than simply what you are putting in your mouth. […]
Discover the Key to Sustained Weight Loss
For those committed to sustained weight loss, and improved health, habitual thought processes need to be addressed as many of society’s fads, pre-occupations, conditionings, as well as the food and drug industry itself, have tainted our attitudes and belief’s about body weight and shape, health and nutrition, food, diet and exercise. This article will touch on […]
What’s Your ‘Fitness Age’?
What’s Your ‘Fitness Age’? By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS Trying to quantify your aerobic fitness is a daunting task. It usually requires access to an exercise-physiology lab. But researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim have developed a remarkably low-tech means of precisely assessing aerobic fitness and estimating your “fitness age,” or how well your […]
5 Reasons New Diets Fail (And How to Avoid Them)
5 Reasons New Diets Fail (And How to Avoid Them) December 31, 2013 | By Cynthia Sass, MPH, RD The start of the new year is the ultimate opportunity to undo the holiday damage, make a fresh start, and resolve to avoid the indulgences that have left you feeling less-than-confident about your body. To get results that […]
How Much Should You Charge for Personal Training?
How Much Should You Charge for Personal Training? Most personal trainers are concerned at some level about how much they can or ‘should‘ charge. New trainers can be uneasy at the mere mention of the topic of what to charge for personal training and established trainers sometimes still find themselves charging the same rate after a […]
Exercise Trends Up-and-Coming Exercise Trends By Colette BouchezWebMD Weight Loss Clinic – Feature Reviewed By Louise Chang, MD According to experts, some of the exercise and diet trends that appear to be past their prime are: High-impact aerobic workouts. Expensive home gym equipment. Exercise trends on the way up, they say, include: Back-to-basics exercise plans. Functional fitness. […]