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How to Find Balance in Your Diet

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How To Find Balance In Your Diet and Live "The Fitness Lifestyle". Learn how flexible dieting and intuitive eating can work for you. Click to read more and find out how. Read More

People hear the word diet and they feel instantly uncomfortable. They think it means eating bland, tasteless food, chalky shakes and that they must feel hungry all of the time. That is definitely not the case. Diet (as defined by Dictionary.com) simply means the kinds of food that a person, animal or community habitually eats.

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What You Need to Know When Choosing a Protein Powder

by / 2 months ago
Whey Protein Powder, 1st Phorm, 1st Phorm Level 1, 1st Phorm Protein Powder, Meal Replacement Shake, Diet, Weight loss, Supplement, fat loss Read More

There is a ton of chatter right now about protein. I’m sure you know that you need to eat protein. You might even be using some sort of protein supplement in your diet. I’m going to help you cut through the noise and guide you through choosing a protein powder. What Do You Need to

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Low Carb Lasagna in 30 minutes

by / 2 months ago
30 minute low carb lasagna Read More

I’ve been super busy this summer so that is why you’ve seen a drastic decrease in my posting frequency.  This past weekend we headed up to Sacramento to visit family and got back late Monday evening. The whole week has been a blur since. Because we spent the weekend out of town, we didn’t get

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Protein Packed Cheeseburger Macaroni and Cheese

by / 3 months ago
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If you think the only way to eat “healthy” is to eat salads and baked chicken breasts you’re doing it wrong. I don’t know about you guys, but if I had to omit all of my favorite foods from my diet all of the time just to be in shape or look a certain way

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30 Minute Low-Carb Pizza Chicken

by / 5 months ago
30 Minute Low Carb Pizza Chicken Read More

I came up with this recipe a few months ago when I was bored with all of my other chicken recipes. (What else is new, right?) I wanted something that was easy to make, quick to cook, relatively low-carb and that my kids would eat with no objections. Brooklynn has had an aversion to tomatoes