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Things You Should Never Order When You Eat Out

deonna.molina | September, 5, 2017

From sneaky sodium traps to dicey dishes that put you at risk for food poisoning, these are the menu item you’re better off skipping.   You know to pass on the deep-fried food and the dessert the size of your head, but what about the green smoothie or the yogurt parfait? Restaurants have a way […]


How to beat that sugar addiction.

deonna.molina | July, 26, 2017

Do you have a sugar addiction? Are you ready to kick the habit once and for all? If you feel sugar is ruling your diet, then try these tips to gain back control over your health. Remember, small tiny changes will have a massive impact on your overall well-being.   *Try eating protein in the […]


10 Healthy Low-Carb Snacks

deonna.molina | June, 29, 2017

You may understand dieting, but snacking is a different story. Many people don’t know how to snack healthy. Here are 10 tasty snacks that aren’t going to break the calorie bank.   Parmesan Chips You will need parmesan cheese, garlic powder, and paprika. Put a sheet of parchment paper on a baking sheet. Put a […]


Watching the Scale?

deonna.molina | May, 24, 2017

So you’ve been doing everything right: eating clean and mindfully, counting calories and steps, busting your hump at the gym and doing cardio. All of that worked for a while, and you steadily saw the pounds melt away. But now that number on the scale isn’t budging. You’ve hit that dreaded plateau. It’s a normal […]


Living Healthier

deonna.molina | May, 16, 2017

Believe it or not, your morning routine can make or break your day. Consider how you feel on a day that begins with a few stretches and a good breakfast compared to one that started off with hitting the snooze six times and spilling coffee everywhere as you’re running out the door. So how can […]


Body Positivity

deonna.molina | May, 9, 2017

We say all sorts of mean things to ourselves. “I hate my cellulite. That cake is going to go straight to my hips.” You may think that it’s ok to talk down about yourself every now and then, but truth is, words like this eat at your confidence and self-worth. These little “Fat talks” stick […]


Not Enough Time in the Day for Exercise? Try walking for 20 minutes!

Katie Gilgenbach | February, 28, 2017

Exercising has many benefits beyond weight loss, but many people skip out on workouts because they can’t seem to find the time to fit it in. Although aerobic workouts do have many positive health benefits, any form of activity can help improve your overall health, even if it’s just walking for 20 minutes a day.

Whether you wake up a bit earlier, fit in a lunch break during work, or go on an evening stroll, taking a brief walk can help change many aspects of your life. If you’re looking to improve your overall well-being, consider these health benefits of walking just 20 minutes a day.


Stress LESS this Holiday Season

Katie Gilgenbach | November, 15, 2016

“It’s the most wonderful time of year!” The holidays are upon us and that means cold temperatures, hot chocolate, shopping, holiday parties, family time and lots of tasty treats! These final weeks of the year can be full of fun memories, but also bring on lots of STRESS.

So, how can we enjoy this season rather than dread it?? Read these tips below to reduce your stress.


Flu Prevention

Katie Gilgenbach | September, 29, 2016

It is almost October! That means cool air, warm colors, pumpkin spice, everything wonderfully fall, and the flu. Just like most illnesses, preventing the flu is much easier than treating it.



Katie Gilgenbach | August, 30, 2016

We conclude our blog series on vitamins and minerals by featuring zinc! This mineral is found in most cells and plays an important role in cell growth, cell division, and wound healing. It also stimulates the activity of enzymes, strengthens the senses (especially smell and taste), and supports a healthy immune system. In fact, studies have shown that starting zinc supplements within 24 hours after cold symptoms appear may lower the severity of symptoms and how long the symptoms last. Zinc also assists in the breakdown of carbohydrates and DNA synthesis.