Month: December 2013

Myths about Muscle Soreness

“I must have had a really good workout on Monday. My legs are so sore” I’ve heard comments that are very similar to that one, many many times. It usually makes me want to say, “well not necessarily” and then we go into a big discussion about what muscle soreness really tells us? What does…


8 Superfoods for Less Than $1 Per Serving

The cost of food is increasing along with everything else. It’s hard to know what to do to save money and eat healthy but here is a start. Dried beans, oatmeal, eggs, banana’s, and red potatos are just a few of the foods that are very affordable and can help provide a lot of what your body needs….


How to Choose the Healthiest Yogurt

Yogurt is one of those things that I want to tell my clients to eat because it’s a good source of live cultures, calcium and protein. However, I always seem to spend 10 minutes going over what exactly to think about when choosing yogurt. Which usually leads to a discussion on nutrition lable reading. After that…


Eat These Foods Together if You Want to Feel Tired and Bloated

I have recently learned a little bit more about how combinations of food really matter in digestion and the effect that the foods have on your body. We tend to think of foods as just a caloric number that you put into your body. That is an easy way to think about it, however there is…


Fat Does Not Make You Fat

  Fat is not what makes you fat. It’s really sugar and refined carbohydrates. But that’s an oversimplification. What about cholesterol? Doesn’t fat in the diet make that go up? Well, not exactly, read this article to help understand the reality of the foods you eat. Read this, So you can stop blaming yourself and just start doing…