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Summer Fruit

Berries: Summer’s Slim Fruit

“What fruits should I be eating if I am trying to slim down for summer?” This is one of the most common questions I get as a health coach. Fruit has seemingly gotten a bad rap in the “dieting” department and it’s time to change that! While fruit does contain (natural) sugar, it also contains vitamins and minerals that are…

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Egg Breakfast

Clean Green Veggie Egg Cups: A Meal Prep Favorite

Do you find yourself skimping on a healthy breakfast more often than you would like because you are either stuck in a rut or frantically trying to get out the door in the morning? With a little planning and prepping ahead of time, you can have a delicious, healthy and quick breakfast waiting for you and still have time to…

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Clean Up Your Plate

6 Ways to Clean Up Your Plate

Fill in the blank.  I want to get ________. Chances are, for many of us that blank is filled in with a health-related word. Perhaps the first word that comes to mind is “healthier”, “skinnier”, “stronger” or even “more energized”. While I believe that we must take a holistic approach to health in order to achieve any of the above goals,…

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Chocolate PB Truffle

Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Truffles

Just when we thought the coast was clear from all of the Valentine’s candies and chocolates, now chocolate Easter bunnies are popping up on shelves! It can be challenging to stay on course with healthy habits when there are sweet around seemingly every corner, I get it! Instead of completely ignoring sweet cravings in times of temptation, how about satisfying them…

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5 Swaps for Home Baker

5 Easy Swaps for the Home Baker

Do you enjoy baked goods but you don’t love the fact that many of the recipes are full of highly processed and nutritionally-empty ingredients? Just a few simple swaps can transform your favorite indulgence into a healthier (and still delicious) treat! Here are my top five easy baking swaps: Flour. If you usually use all-purpose flour in your baked goods,…

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Lemons

5 Ways to Stay Healthy During Cold and Flu Season

The time is upon us. Cold and flu season, that is! Below are five tips to help you stay healthy and tissue-free during the months ahead. Stock up on fermented foods. Did you know that about 70% of your immune system is located in the gut? That’s right! When talking about gut health, probiotics and maintaining a healthy gut environment…

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Pick Green

The One Color You Must Add To Your Diet!

The one color you MUST add to your diet: Green! If I had the power to make leafy greens their own food group, I would. Why? · They are full of fiber (great for digestive health and satiety), vitamin A (promotes eye health), vitamin C (boosts collagen to reduce risk of arthritis and promote healthy skin, hair and nails) and…

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A mother and her daughter are flexing their muscles outside at the park after a workout.

Start ‘Em Young!

“Do as I say, not as I do.” Have you ever said those words to your kids, or heard them from your parents? Kids see everything and want to do everything you do… well until they are about 16 ;). Watching is how we all learn and grow. Growing up, Mom worked out to The Firm tapes and I always…

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Intervals

Fall in Love with Intervals

There are lots of reasons why I love intervals. Intervals aren’t just for running. In fact, you can train intervals using body weight, stairs, cycling and rowing. Some of the reasons I love interval training are below, plus a few ideas for workouts that can be done within 15-20 minutes. You could use this as a full workout for the…

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Arthristis-Fish

Arthritis: Easy Exercises to Get Up & Get Moving

I’ve grown up fishing with my step dad and brother, and it’s something we all love to do together. Whether it’s bass fishing on my parents’ lake, tarpon fishing in the Keys, brown trout fishing in Alaska, or steelhead fishing in the St. Joe River, it gets us outside and in the fresh air. We have so many awesome memories…

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