Journaling and Weight Loss

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One of our favorite features of the website that you might not be taking advantage of is the online journal where you can make a note of your goals, what you think is holding you back, ups and downs and most importantly – your successes! Journaling is a very simple tool that allows you to…

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The Ins and Outs of the Lunchbox

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Another week of trying to figure out what to pack in your children’s lunch boxes? It’s a struggle that hits us, too, every  Monday morning. Luckily, our team found a few gems online that we’d love to share with you. They hit all the important points when considering the lunchbox including: 1. Quick and easy…

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5 Alternative Sources of Protein

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When I was growing up in the Midwest, I would have some source of meat almost  at every meal! My parent’s told me and school told me that meat and dairy were the two most important parts of a ‘healthy’ diet for a growing child – because of their high protein and calcium content. Every…

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The Jar Plan – Good Things Do Come In Small Packages

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We all want to eat healthier, whole foods, but it can sometimes be tough to source fresh, quality, organic produce…or can it? So, we reach for ready-made, single serving foods that we like. There’s nothing necessarily wrong with that, but we can be smarter. The reasons we all love the big supermarkets are because they…

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Water Consumption and Weight Loss

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Water, your best friend for weight loss! If you think about your day, how much water do you actually consume, not included in soda, fruits or foods — but, just plain water? Most American’s aren’t drinking enough water throughout the day, and they may be missing a simple key ingredient in keeping their ideal weight…

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