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Nutrition Tips for Morning, Noon, and Evening Exercisers

Nutrition Tips for Morning, Noon, and Evening Exercisers

To fully optimize your workout with nutrition, it’s best to customize your individual nutrition plan based on the time of day you like to exercise. Whether you work out in the morning, at noon, or in the evening, make sure your body is well nourished by following the nutrition tips outlined below. Nutrition Tips for(…)

How to Optimize Your Workout with Nutrition

How to Optimize Your Workout with Nutrition

Appropriate nutrition before, during, and after your workout is key to getting the most out of exercise. To increase the benefits of physical activity, it is very important to nourish your body with the proper energy and minerals. Importance of Carbohydrates, Minerals, and Protein Before taking part in any form of physical exertion, nourish yourself(…)

Omega-3: “Good News” and Bad News

Omega-3: “Good News” and Bad News

Omega-3 fatty acids are a class of “essential” polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs) often heralded for their ability to produce a “healthier” omega-3:6 ratio. In my last post, we found that fish oil supplements may actually do more harm than good and that the important thing is to reduce the overall PUFA content in the diet. In(…)

Announcing My Upcoming Workshop: Intelligent Eating Habits

Announcing My Upcoming Workshop: Intelligent Eating Habits

The Intelligent Eating seminar is being held this Wednesday, January 7th! It stands alone as a inspiring and productive workshop and will immediately lend practical application to the awareness built from the Managing Daily Stress seminar. It will be held at Nebula Coworking from 6-8pm and only costs $20 to attend. You can get your tickets through the Eventbrite event(…)

Expectations: Realizing Our Dreams or Setting Up for Failure?

Expectations: Realizing Our Dreams or Setting Up for Failure?

So I stated in my previous post on the keys to staying motivated that “changing everything at once is an unrealistic expectation.” The most important thing to understand about this is what a realistic expectation is. The short description is: one that can be accomplished. Describing what goes into evaluating how easily an expectation can be(…)