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What's For Breakfast?
Breakfast is one of the most important, but also most forgotten meals of the day. With the fast-pace world we live in, most of us wake with one goal in mind: Get to work on time. We wake up, get ourselves ready, get our kids/animals/spouse situated, and are out the door to make sure we're prompt and ready to take on the work day ahead of us. Physically, you show up on time. What about your mind an
Fighting Off The Shopping Hunger
in Flexible Dieting, Lifestyle Nutrition, Nutrition
December 17, 2016 · 3 minutes read
We've all been there. You're up, ready, and out the door to tackle the crazy crowds for some holiday shopping. Walking from store to store, waiting in line for everything from the bathroom to the checkout. Then it happens. Hunger hits. Your stomachs growling, suddenly you realize you forgot to eat! What?! Who am I?! Now you're trying to speed up picking out that perfect gift because your bodies te
How to Deter Food-Pushers, Rethink Tempting Foods, and Increase your Willpower PT.1
There seems to be a strange phenomenon that occurs when one has finally fully resolved to make a lifestyle change for weight-loss—it seems that all manner of temptations unfold and spring to life in every direction. There’s always yet another client lunch, family gathering, celebration, holiday, or seminar buffet table offering irresistible temptation that requires the most intense evasion
10 GREAT MACRO TREASURES | Series 01
Don't struggle to fit common foods into your macro structure--check out these 10 alternatives to help you budget and enjoy your macros!
It’s “off-season”...what do I do now? Answer: THE TOUGH MUDDER
It's important to evolve athletically throughout your life. Consider participating in other challenging events like The Tough Mudder.
Living With Celiac Disease: The Battle of Brain Fog and Gluten Fatigue
Brain fog and gluten fatigue are some of the effects of gluten contamination of someone with celiac disease. Gluten fatigue is something
"Fat" is not a Feeling: Intuitive-Eating & Flexible-Dieting
Fat is not a feeling: the connection between "intuitive-eating" and flexible-dieting as a method for sustaining healthy eating practices.
Macro Portioning for Success | Flexible Dieting Strategies for Success | Team TNT
Macro portioning strategies for flexible-dieting! Utilize this strategy to curb overindulging and creating quick on-the-go meal sources.
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