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Aug 6, 2015 1:53 PM

I get asked this a lot, and it's a great question; Which is better for metabolism - eating 3 square meals a day, or eating 5-6 smaller meals a day? Does eating more frequently boost your metabolism, providing that overall calories are equal? The answer may not be as obvious as you may think - or as simple!

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Jun 12, 2015 1:55 PM

By now from reading my blogs and newsletters, you know that there are foods that make us sick, and that heal us….foods that can cause pain and reduce pain.

The best anti-aging comes from the inside, and the following foods are among the best to help keep you young, keep your muscles strong, your skin tight, elastic, and wrinkle-free,  and to keep you young, energetic, and able to do what you love. Even able to work less hours and have more free time for what’s important, because you have more energy and are working more effectively!

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Jun 5, 2015 1:56 PM

This week's article is about common foods that can reduce or relieve pain - and they are foods you find in your kitchen and the supermarket - don't worry, no weird stuff! :)  How about eating food vs. a tylenol or advil? Often more effective and less damaging to your body!

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May 26, 2015 1:57 PM

Did you know that foods can cause pain in our bodies? Whether it be muscle pain, joint pain, tendinitis or connective tissue pain, the foods we eat can make us hurt, ache, and can cause inflammation in certain parts of our body. It can even lead to things like autoimmunity, heart disease, high blood pressure, and so on, when the inflammation becomes systemic, throughout our whole body.

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May 20, 2015 1:58 PM

Creatine has long been a popular supplement in the athletic and bodybuilding (a.k.a. meat-head :-) world), to help increase physical energy and strength. It does more than that too in terms of anti-aging! Of course, it will certainly give you more energy for your workouts, any physical activity you do, and help you build muscle easier - perhaps even shed a few pounds of fat!

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May 13, 2015 2:00 PM

We are all bombarded by marketing and by what we have always eaten, or our parents have eaten for breakfast. Times have changed, food has changed, and our level of activity has definitely changed as well. Would you like to know some of the best foods and the worst foods to eat for breakfast? There are foods that will make us feel hungry again in an hour or less, make us put on weight, crate an energy crash an hour or so later, and are almost devoid of nutrients.  Or, there are foods that can give you sustained energy, great nutrition and keep you feeling full for hours!  Read on to find out more!

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Apr 14, 2015 2:02 PM

Did you know that where you store your fat is strongly correlated with what is going on hormonally in your body? It’s really an interesting thing to look at, since using nutrition and exercise techniques to specifically address your body/hormone profile can have a much faster and greater effect on weight loss, muscle building, fitness and how you feel!

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Apr 7, 2015 2:03 PM

Some foods are just plain inflammatory – grains (especially wheat/gluten), dairy, soy, corn, and unfortunately occasionally healthy nigh shade veggies like bell peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, potatoes (if you do eat them, save these for after your workout!) Could some of the other foods you are eating be causing your pain? Food sensitivities and inflammatory foods can cause a whole myriad of symptoms, seemingly unrelated to what you are eating-even days later! 

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Mar 3, 2015 2:04 PM

Obesogens are toxic chemicals found in things we put on our body, wash with, clean our homes with, cook with, create scents and perfumes with,  and sometimes even eat!

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Feb 23, 2015 2:05 PM

The Top (and easiest!) Thing For Your Health That You Are Not Getting Enough Of! Can you guess what it is? Ok, I'll tell you, since you are dying to know right? :-)

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