How to get back on track after a binge week Take positive actions as soon as possible Put your binge into perspective Focus on having a growth mindset instead of a fixed mindset Get right back to the habits
We have arrived at the biggest problem of all, the clean eating myth. It’s actually quite scary how ingrained this myth is in today’s society. I can’t recall the number of times I’ve spoken to the ‘average Joe’ about why
Keto to Flex Diet Written by: Kelli Michelle M.S. Nutrition Science Whether you’re looking to lower your blood sugar levels, curb cravings or shed excess “body weight,” the ketogenic diet is a popular eating plan that’s loaded with health benefits.
Vitamin D deficiency has been recognized as a major problem for Americans, especially women. Concerned about fat, many people have decreased their consumption of dairy products like milk and cheese. The good news is that vitamin D can be found
Diabetes Meal Planning to GET you off Medications and get you off your METFORMIN!! A controlled glucose Type 1-2 diabetes meal plan is a guide that tells you how much and what kinds of food you can choose to eat
Thanksgiving is 1 meal and a lot of fun. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to have fellowship with your family and friends this Thanksgiving. Please remember we are flexible dieters. Make sure that you plan ahead so that you
☠️ Mental stress has been shown to have lots of negative effects on physiology. However, is stress also something you should manage for optimal recovery in the gym? A study found that mental stress also affects your strength recovery. Here’s
Macronutrients or ‘Macros‘ are a group of nutrients found in food that give us energy. The three macronutrients are; Protein, Carbohydrates & Fat. No matter what training plan, lifestyle, or diet you have, all three are essential in our diets
How can I be gaining weight? I’m eating smarter, I’m walking more. What am I doing wrong? You might not be doing anything wrong. Certain prescription medications, not all, such as those used to treat diabetes, high blood pressure, mood
Written by Kelli Michelle Gubrud, M.S. Nutrition Science, Clinical Nutritionist, CPT, SNS, FNS, CNS Most people thing that inflammation is caused purely by “what we eat.” This is not the truth and should be seen as “part” of the equation.