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How To Workout With Kettlebells

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3 mentions2 days ago
Today my friend Taylor is here to chat fitness! If you haven’t checked out her blog Lifting Revolution, go do so immediately. I started following her a couple years ago and have been hooked ever since. I follow a lot of food blogs and Taylor is like a ...

Baked Southwest Trout with Sage and It's Health Benefits

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4 mentions2 days ago
Well folks, we’re officially in off-season. Last race was this weekend, but the kiwi actually didn’t end up racing. And it was probably for the best. But we did have a few other triathletes in town and this Sherpa wife was busy! But I like being busy making ...

Baked Chicken Parmesan Meatballs

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3 mentions2 days ago
Baked Chicken Parmesan Meatballs have all the ingredients of this family favorite recipe neatly packaged into meatballs that can be served over spaghetti, in a sub roll…or as a tasty appetizer. Mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese, breadcrumbs, marinara sauce, egg and basil. Yep. These meatballs really do have every ...

The Best Way To Warm Up

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3 mentions2 days ago
As a rule, runners tend to be well-informed when it comes to understanding the best ways to stay healthy and avoid injury. Most runners pay close attention to their diet, monitor their weekly mileage, and replace their running shoes at regular intervals. Yet, when a group of nearly ...

EWG's Food Scores just took the work out of grocery shopping for me!

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5 mentions2 days ago
GRACE Communications Foundation's Eat Well Guide helps consumers find locally grown and sustainably produced food. Listings include farms, restaurants, stores, farmers' markets, and CSAs throughout the United States. Data provided by LabelINSIGHT®. Content copyright © 2014, Environmental Working Group, All Rights Reserved. Sign up to receive email updates,

Post-marathon: A guide to physical and mental recovery

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4 mentions3 days ago
After months of training and hours of running it seems you are finally free of following a plan and tracking all sorts of things. But smart runners know that a post race recovery is just as important to ensure you are able to come back strong, spend a ...

Quinoa Butternut Squash Stew

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7 mentions4 days ago
Balancing life, family and fitness - easy right? Not always! Get stories that inspire you to breathe deeply and make mindful choices by subscribing to my blog by email. It’s a versatile grain alternative that’s easy to prepare. (Did you know that quinoa is not a grain and ...

Celiac Disease: Gluten Is The Culprit, But Why?

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5 mentions3 days ago
Two new studies in the New England Journal of Medicine rocked the world of celiac research, both proving that scientists have a ways to go in their understanding of celiac disease, which affects about 1% of the population, whether they know it or not. One Italian study wondered ...

Smoked Salmon Roses with Endive and Creme Fraiche

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4 mentions3 days ago
This elegant platter of smoked salmon roses is perfect for any upcoming holiday breakfast, brunch or cocktail party. Healthy, low carb and, most importantly, scrumptious! You will nearly always find smoked salmon in my fridge. But I only do these fancy, schmancy roses when I have girlfriends over ...

There Are Always a Million Distractions. Here's How to Silence the Noise and Pay Attention.

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1 mentions3 days ago
It just may be the crime of the century. Our minds, thoughts and chief productivity tool--attention--are being stolen by a thief operating with absolute impunity: incessant, unbounded interruptions. An ever-growing volume of intruders--e-mail, texts, apps, phone calls, social media alerts--combined with assaults from increasingly time-panicked humans, are leaving ...

Let the Body Rest, for the Sake of the Brain

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3 mentions4 days ago
I’m sure a lot of subway riders are skilled nappers, but this car seemed to be particularly talented. Going over the Brooklyn Bridge on a recent morning, just as the sun was coming up, a row of men in nearly identical black suits held on to the straps ...

The Torch-and-Tone 14-Exercise Circuit

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2 mentions4 days ago
By now you know the 28-Day, Whole-Body Challenge was definitely worth it. The transformation has taken hold of your body. You are feeling invincible! This week, to really show you what you're now capable of, I'm challenging you with a new 14-exercise circuit. You are so close to ...

Vegan Maple Pumpkin Granola {Gluten-Free}

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6 mentions3 days ago
A fall themed vegan maple pumpkin granola that is crispy, crunchy and ever so slightly sweet. A healthy and delicious way to start off the day. Gluten-Free and refined sugar free too.The other day I woke up inspired. Inspired to run into the kitchen and start making ...

Chicken, Pear and Avocado Salad

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4 mentions4 days ago
Since summer, my husband and I have been really working hard at eating well and losing weight (using a Fitbit and tracking in My Fitness Pal). I can’t tell you how much easier and more motivating it is to accomplish this when you have a partner. Especially when ...

How NOT to Lose Self Doubt as an Athlete by Jen Rulon

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3 mentions3 days ago
October 13, 2014 – Less than 3 weeks from Ironman Florida.I am heading into my taper week, keeping the intensity stable but bring the volume down.I have a bit more time on my hands; finally get stuff done around the house. October 15, 2014 – I am sick ...

Easy Creamy Tomato Soup

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4 mentions3 days ago
I am sure there are probably several thousand recipes online for tomato soup and or creamy tomato soup, but that doesn’t stop me from making up new versions every once in a while. I had a craving for it last week and I figured my kids would love ...

Nourishing Breakfast Salad Recipe

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3 mentions3 days ago
You’ve heard of brunch and brinner, where breakfast is combined with lunch, and breakfast for dinner, respectively, but ever had dinner for breakfast? Ever thought: Hey, I love salad. Why don’t I eat salad for breakfast?!We have. Which leads to today’s post. The founder of Lorna Jane activewear,

Roasted Garlic Hummus #SundaySupper

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5 mentions4 days ago
Roasted Garlic Hummus is a healthy dip (or spread) made with roasted garlic, and other simple ingredients, that takes only minutes to prepare. {vegan, gluten free} With Halloween just around the corner, there are visions of candy corns and chocolate bars dancing in my head.While sweet recipes are ...

8 Common Habits That Destroy Your Success

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2 mentions4 days ago
I’m a personal branding pioneer and consultant, founder of Reach Personal Branding, and bestselling author of the definitive books on executive branding: Ditch.Dare. Do! and Career Distinction. I'm passionate about how personal branding can inspire career-minded professionals to become indispensable, influential and incredibly happy at work—and I teach ...

Farinata with Rosemary

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3 mentions4 days ago
Farinata with Rosemary is a vegan and gluten-free pizza made with chickpea flour from the Liguria region of Italy. Light crisp and brimming with fragrant rosemary flavor.I first discovered farinata when researching gluten-free eating options in Italy. D and I were meeting up with my parents in Milan ...

How to Stay in Awesome Shape (and Totally Sane) When You're Injured

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3 mentions3 days ago
When I first met CrossFit competitor and National Pro Grid League athlete Jamie Hagiya, she was in a walking cast and using crutches to get around. Sitting on the floor of her CrossFit gym in Torrance, California, we traded injury stories. I grumpily complained about a knee surgery ...

Fitness Is a Skill, Not a Talent: Here's How to Develop It

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3 mentions3 days ago
As a fitness coach and the co-founder of Fitocracy, I've been exposed to the success stories and fitness challenges of countless people. When they fail to meet their fitness goals, people often tell me that they don't have innate talent. Instead, they should think of fitness as a ...

10 Tips To Make Anyone's Day A Little Bit Better

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2 mentions3 days ago
Have you ever wished that life wasn't so difficult? Or imagined how easy it would be if you had more money, a different job or a better body? I have. Many times. When I was younger, I desperatelyReadThe word "nice" is often overused and misunderstood. Today, I have ...

How to Turn Your Mood Around (Infographic)

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2 mentions4 days ago
Even doing a job you love--like running your own business--can involve lots of tasks that you don't like to do. But dozens of studies on workplace happiness and productivity offer some tips that can help you approach the less likable parts of the job.For example, do something small ...

How to Call a Truce and Rebuild a Healthy Relationship With Food

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3 mentions3 days ago
For many people, their relationship with food is very complex. It's interesting that something so vital to life can evoke such an array of emotion. From love for some, to guilt and shame for others, our associations with food often feel as indispensable as food itself. So how ...

Healthy Gluten Free Halloween Treats with Protein

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6 mentions1 week ago
Well folks, one week and counting till Halloween. Which means come November 1st, stores are going to be going Christmas crazy. Can you handle that? Hmmm, I think I’d rather just focus on one month at a time. Like this month…. I’m excited for Halloween because it means ...

Bariatric surgery success influenced by how people view their own weight

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2 mentions3 days ago
Negative feelings about one's own weight, known as internalized weight bias, influence the success people have after undergoing weight loss surgery, according to research appearing in the journal Obesity Surgery, published by Springer. The study, from the Geisinger Health System in the US, is considered the first and only study to examine internalized weight bias in relation to post-surgical weight loss success in adults. Internalized weight bias adversely affects many overweight people. Studies have shown that weight bias stems from personal perception or societal views that overweight people are personally ...

Top Questions Vegetarians Ask RDs

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Top Questions Vegetarians Ask RDs: Here’s How to Answer Them With Ingenuity and ExpertiseBy Diana Cullum-Dugan, RDN, LDN, RYTToday’s Dietitian Vol. 16 No. 10 P. 28 As Americans learn more about the health benefits of vegetarian eating patterns, many are choosing to eat less red meat, poultry, seafood,

Cheesy Vegan Cauliflower Mash Bowls

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5 mentions1 week ago
Time for another fabulous guest post. Today I’m introducing you to Rachael from An Avocado A Day. She’s a fellow RD who I also met through Recipe Redux and I just love her to pieces. Early this year she took a huge leap of faith to follow her ...

3 Hot Nutrition Trends: Healthy or Gimmicky?

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5 mentions7 days ago
When I attended the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo in Atlanta earlier this week, I was on a mission. Sure, I wanted to network with my friends and colleagues, eat and drink at fun restaurants, go to a karaoke bar (yes, karaoke) ...

We Tried 3 Ways to Store Salad Greens, and Here's the Winner! — Tips from The Kitchn

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2 mentions1 week ago
Buying a big bag of salad greens or lettuces is a great, economical way to get your veggie servings, but we've all dealt with the frustrations of opening the bag a few days later and seeing sad, wilted or even slimy leaves inside. What's the best way to ...

Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Bites

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4 mentions1 week ago
Debbie is a Registered Dietitian who works at a local hospital by day and blogs on this space by night. Debbie believes in approaching a healthy diet like a minimalist would approach a cluttered home. Bare down to the basics of simple, wholesome, unprocessed or minimally foods. Clear ...

A $12 fitness band? Yep. And it looks good.

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2 mentions4 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO — What would it take to get you to wear a fitness band? How about $12?Entrepreneur David Donovick's Pivotal Living startup is taking on market leaders Fitbit and Jawbone with the Life Tracker 1 Entrepreneur David Donovick's Pivotal Living startup is taking on market leaders Fitbit ...

4 Tips for Running in the Dark

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5 mentions4 days ago
The days are getting shorter. If you’re a runner, this is the time of year to make a big decision. Will you keep running outside in the dark? Head indoors to the treadmill? Or hang up your shoes until the spring? I think running is most enjoyable when ...

Ten fruits and vegetables you’re storing wrong

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2 mentions3 days ago
You bring home fresh fruits and vegetables, stash them in the refrigerator and then wonder what the heck happened to make them shrivel, rot or go limp a few days later. Much of the time, the culprit is the way you’re storing them. To keep your produce fresher ...

A Helpful Guide to Avoid Popular Food Products That Still Contain Trans Fats

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4 mentions6 days ago
Unfortunately, around one out of every 10 packaged food items still contain some form of trans fats. Food companies make them by adding hydrogen to a vegetable oil to saturate the fatty acids either partially or fully. Food companies are not doing this process because they are evil; ...

6 High-Fat Foods You Should Be Eating

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2 mentions2 days ago
Whether we're trying to lose weight or just avoid gaining it, many of us think steering clear of dietary fat is the first step. Rather than cut out all fat, however, we'd be better served if we focused on what types of fat we're getting. The body needs ...

Compound in cocoa found to reverse age-related memory loss

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3 mentions4 days ago
In case anyone needed another reason to love chocolate, a new study suggests that a natural compound found in cocoa, tea and some vegetables can reverse age-related memory loss. The findings suggest that the compound increases connectivity and, subsequently, blood flow in a region of the brain critical ...

Slow Cooker Chicken Vegetable Stew with Rosemary, Thyme and Sage Recipe

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2 mentions1 week ago
Cozy up with this chunky, hearty Slow Cooker Chicken Vegetable Stew with Rosemary, Thyme and Sage. This stew will make your kitchen smell amazing!I love this time of year with all the leaves turning their glorious autumn colors. As the weather turns cooler, cozy meals like this Slow ...

Fitness in 5 Minutes Workout

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5 mentions1 week ago
Well, Texas is starting to semi feel like that FALL. Which means cooler mornings. Which means I take my boot camp class outdoors for more than half the time. Oh they love me! Haha. Really though, this time of year I not only focus on FUNCTIONAL fitness class ...

Kale and Alfalfa Quinoa Salad with Avocado {Gluten-Free, Vegan}

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4 mentions1 week ago
A light vegan and gluten free kale and alfalfa quinoa salad with avocado. A one pot meal ready in under 30 minutes for a meatless meal.I’ve recently been trying to incorporate more kale into my diet. I’ve just been doing a lot of reading on all the various ...

4 FREE Meditation Resources

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3 mentions1 week ago
No matter how infrequent or how short your meditation and mindfulness practice is, you will always experience some benefit. Meditation is going to be your single best tool for managing stress and navigating this crazy world we live in. I don’t need to tell you all of the ...

How Doing Dishes Can Help You Lose Weight

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10 mentions1 week ago
Self-control (also called self-regulation) is your ability to stop yourself from doing what that immediate, dominant voice in your head wants you to do. When you delay immediate gratification, you exert self-control. That immediate, dominant voice can also be expressed as desire, urge, temptation, or that "I'd rather ...

The Perfect 45-Minute Running Playlist

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2 mentions1 week ago
Every week, Your New Favorite Playlist introduces you to workout-worthy tunes from a different fitness brand. This week, Mile High Run Club shares one of its go-to playlists. Calling all running junkies: Mile High Run Club wants to do for treadmill workouts what indoor cycling studios have done ...

Peanut Butter Apple-Lanterns

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4 mentions1 week ago
Halloween is just around the corner, which means that themed parties are in full swing and fun food ideas are everywhere! This cute appetizer/dessert came to me after staring at some adorable crab apples for about a half hour trying to figure out just what the heck to ...

The Pumpkin Workout

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7 mentions1 week ago
Balancing life, family and fitness - easy right? Not always! Get stories that inspire you to breathe deeply and make mindful choices by subscribing to my blog by email. It seems like everyone’s favorite thing about the Fall is pumpkin – pumpkin pie, pumpkin-scented things, pumpkin recipes and,

Roasted Butternut Squash & Brussels Sprout Pasta

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2 mentions1 week ago
Roasted butternut squash and brussels sprouts tossed with creamy lemon-sage ricotta and a hint of maple syrup make this pasta dish nutritious and delicious, perfect for a cool fall night. {Disclosure: By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by the National Pasta Association and ...

30 Of The Best Kettlebell Exercises {GIFS}

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3 mentions1 week ago
There are times that I get in a workout rut. Feeling as if I use the same exercises over and over again. The truth is, that doing the same moves over and over again is one of the major reasons, if not the #1 reason, for a plateau.

Yoga For Shoulders

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3 mentions1 week ago
Tight shoulders radiate up your neck and into your head, causing tension headaches — this wasn't in the job description! But the tightness also causes upper- and lower-back pain and can even affect your hips. Get some instant relief by getting on the floor and doing these four ...

You’re Eating Fish Wrong: Eat it Baked or Broiled

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2 mentions4 days ago
Eating fish has been tied with lower rates of heart disease, stroke, depression, and Alzheimer’s disease. But how it you eat may be the real key to reaping its benefits. Recent research from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine concluded that study volunteers who regularly ate fish had ...
 

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