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Eat this to help your spring allergy

Author: Kathryn Vasaeli Corporate Dietetic Manager
2014 May. 29

As most of us happily shove our thick socks, umbrellas and wool coats in the back of the closet, however depending on our dubious new years resolutions…perhaps not so happily […]


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What the best weight loss apps have in common

Author: Karlton Meadows Body Engineer
2014 May. 26

Well the most obvious commonality would be the coveted superlative title of, “the Best”. Various “authorities” have weighed in on this topic and shared what the not so obvious contributors […]


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How to choose the healthiest beef

Author: Peter K International Health Coach
2014 May. 25

What’s the difference between conventional and grass-fed beef?  And what about organic, pastured, or grass-finished?  Where do cows being fed genetically modified corn and soy fit in?  And how do […]


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Are weight loss apps a waste of time?

Author: Sara Sahr Personal Trainer
2014 May. 22

It seems like pretty simple, straightforward math. To gain one pound, eat 3,500 more calories than your body needs. To lose one pound, do the opposite. How to put this […]


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Mindful eating for happiness

Author: Katie Sheen Nutrition Therapist
2014 May. 22

What is Mindful Eating? The opposite of Mindful Eating is “Popcorn Eating” – the way we can eat a bucket of popcorn when we are watching a movie, whist hardly […]


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How to deal with dining out on a plant based diet

Author: Kayla King Registered Dietitian, Certified Healt...
2014 May. 21

Whether you’re dining out for work or fun, a plant based or even vegan diet should be a tasty experience! What do you do when you’re traveling or having a meal-based business […]


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5 amazing ways to feel lighter today

Author: Robina Abramson Personal Trainer
2014 May. 20

Water retention can be a culprit of why we feel so “heavy” or bloated. I can’t count the times I have heard my clients pinch their abdomen and say to […]


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5 a day? What does this translate to in real life

Author: Brittany Roman-Green Registered Dietitian | Nutritionist
2014 May. 19

Research shows that eating three servings of vegetables and two servings of fruits daily helps to decrease your risk of developing chronic diseases such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart […]


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