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No Tricks Just Treats!

Halloween is a holiday centered on indulgence. Overindulgence, that is: in buckets, literal buckets filled with sugar, just tempting your kids to ruin their dinner.

Stock Up on Fall Superfoods

Fall is here! The change of the leaves and the seasonal chill brings some of our favorite tasting produce. Change up your normal diet and spice up ...
How Does Sugar Affect My Body?

How Does Sugar Affect My Body?

It’s in our nature to be driven toward sweet tasting things. Honey, chocolate, and berries are all examples of primitive treats our ancestors would treasure when they came across them. That same love for sweets has followed us to the modern day where sugar has become the norm in almost every processed food item. This isn’t the same sugar found naturally in fruits or honey. Processed sugar is a product that can cause a number of symptoms within your body. It can make you more susceptible to illness and disease. Let’s take a look at a few more consequences of too much sugar.

Pre - and Post - Workout Snacks

Here are some of our favorite pre - and post - workout snacks. Snacking before and after a workout is a great way to boost your routine.

Eating a snack an hour before working out may give you a boost in energy that will help you workout harder. Eating a high-carb snack prior to your workout is one of our favorite ways to give us an extra energy boost.

Consuming a protein snack after a workout can help aid fat burn and weight loss. A high protein post workout snack will also aid in replenishing your muscles.

Don’t forget to drink water!

Fight the Freshman 15

You might be a college freshman who is packed and ready for the school year, but are you mentally prepared for the health-related challenges you might face?  Read the following tips to help navigate the first year of college while sticking to a healthy lifestyle.

Food Myths That Drain Your Energy

Food Myths That Drain Your Energy

A healthy diet is necessary for people that want to stay fit and have enough energy to get through their daily routine. You may be doing all things right, but there is still the chance that you don’t have sufficient energy to fulfill your responsibilities. You are sleeping on time, eating right and even working out, yet, you don’t have energy. What could be the problem?