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Low Down On Tomatoes

  Just add tomatoes to your diet. A diet rich in tomatoes can decrease risk of heart disease as well as certain forms of cancer, due to their ability to lower bad cholesterol ( LDL ) and blood fat ( triglycerides ). The antioxidants in tomatoes can help decrease post workout inflammation, making it easier […]

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Are You Drinking Enough Water?

  Are you drinking enough water? Drinking enough water is key for overall body function. If you are not drinking enough water throughout the day you are not performing at your highest level. Keep your body strong your mind sharp and your energy high by drinking large amounts of water. Look at it this way: […]

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The Ideal Post Workout Recovery Meal

  The ideal recovery meal you should have right after a workout to heal and repair muscle includes 10 to 20 grams of protein. This should be taken right after your workout. Then, 45 to 60 minutes after your workout, eat a meal that consists of another 10 to 20 grams of protein and 50 […]

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Gluten Free Protein Packed Pancakes

  We are happy to bring a great recipe to you guys and introduce you to our friend, Cheryl Taylor, who put together this guest blog. ¬†Thanks Cheryl! This protein pancake recipe is fantastic for those who are gluten sensitive or who are just trying to wean out wheat and looking for alternative flour substitutes. […]

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Weighing In On Wheat

  Weighing in on Wheat. The good and bad on wheat. Some say to take it, others say cut it out and add something else. Well here are some of the good things about eating wheat. Wheat is full of fiber, phytochemicals and a slew of vitamins and minerals. Wheat is a low-fat complex carb […]

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Building The Perfect You

  Here are my three tips for building a perfect you. First, use circuit training as part of your overall plan, and vary your approach. Do this rather than the conventional, and sometimes boring, method of 3 sets of 10 reps per body part with rest between. Try doing rounds of 20 reps of 3 […]

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Squash The Muffin Top

  Squash the muffin top and get that flat stomach you have been wanting. We’re all guilty of adding weight during the winter months and with spring right around the corner it is time to lose that crap we have been carrying around the past couple months. Here are my three rules to follow when […]

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Coconut Is The Fuctional Food

  Coconut is highly nutritious and rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It is classified as a “functional food” because it provides many health benefits beyond its nutritional content. Coconut oil is of special interest because it possesses healing properties far beyond that of any other dietary oil and is extensively used in traditional medicine […]

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Whey Protein of Choice

  I’ve been a supplement addict for more than 15 years and have taken pretty much every protein powder on the market. Most of them taste like crap and some of them taste amazing. It’s the ones that taste amazing that are filled with so much artificial sweeteners and other ingredients that they will do […]

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Post Workout Supplement

  For many years after my workout I had a routine of supplements and shakes that I felt I had to have to get big and repair my muscles. It was the creatine powder, bcaa powder, glutamine and the list went on and on. I can’t even tell you how much money I spent on […]

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