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5 Foods You THOUGHT Were Good for You

5 Foods You THOUGHT Were Good for You Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but there are a lot of foods out there that tout themselves as healthy and natural, when… they aren’t. While we wish so many of these foods were as good as they seemed, there are many other healthful alternatives. Bad news first, then we’ll give you some good news substitutes!  Read More

On 6/15/2017

Just a Spoonful of Apple Cider Vinegar

Just a Spoonful of Apple Cider Vinegar Love the taste or hate it, apple cider vinegar has some pretty incredible health benefits. Made from fermented apples, research on this potent liquid has revealed promising results, including combating insulin and glucose spikes in type 2 diabetics, not to mention aiding weight loss. It can also soothe a sore throat and may relieve other symptoms of the flu, like nasal congestion and cough. Read on for some more reasons why you should add it to your health routine.  Read More

On 1/02/2017

Top Supplements You Should Be Taking

Top Supplements You Should Be TakingWith fads in everything from food to fashion to fitness, it’s sometimes difficult to know where the “truth” really lies. Supplements are here to stay, and here are the ones we recommend incorporating into your daily diet.  Read More

On 6/22/2016

Why am I always hungry?

Why am I always hungry?
If you just finished a three course meal and find yourself rummaging through the fridge for more to eat, it could signify something more serious than just a desire to snack. It isn’t always a cause for concern, but in today’s blog, we’ll share the things you should be looking out for and what to do to curb those cravings. Read More

On 5/09/2016

If You Do Nothing Else, Get Strong

If You Do Nothing Else, Get Strong
Most of us know resistance training should be part of our exercise routine, but do we really know why? The fact is strength training is crucial to health and wellness and everyone can and should be doing it—not just athletes or bodybuilders. Increased muscle strength allows you to function at a higher level in all areas of your life. Check out the mighty big benefits of getting strong. Read More

On 4/13/2016

Stop Buying Fat-Free Foods

Stop Buying Fat-Free Foods
The tides have changed on using reduced-fat, low-fat and fat-free foods in your diet. These foods often have healthy fats replaced with sugars, salts and refined carbohydrates to make up for lost flavor—and these replacements will actually spike your blood sugar and overtime, can increase heart disease and diabetes risk. Read More

On 11/12/2013