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Today we’re going to talk about one of the most controversial topics in all of nutrition, carbohydrates!I’m going to simplify it for you by answering three questions today. What are carbs and why do we need them?Which carbs should we eat and which ones should we avoid?How should carbs be portioned out?Why do we need carbs?Carbs […]Continue reading
The gym can be a pretty scary place for a newbie, especially if you have no idea what you’re doing.I still remember what I felt like the first time I walked into a commercial fitness gym by myself. At the time I was pretty overweight and my exercise knowledge was limited to what I learned […]Continue reading
The Case For SimpleLet’s start with why most of us fail with our new diet and exercise plan within a few weeks, if not a few days.According to experts, the reason we fail is that we try to make too many changes at once. Leo Babauta, author of The Power of Less says that when we […]Continue reading
The holidays are a time to enjoy the company of our family and friends. It’s also the time of year we tend to be the most stressed and have too many tasks on our to-do lists. Here are some common situations and how to handle them… Halloween Buy candy for trick-or-treaters that you don’t like. […]Continue reading
I wanted to share with you one of my favorite post-workout recipes from the Precision Nutrition Gourmet Nutrition cookbook. Why You Should Eat It Not only is pumpkin a delicious dietary addition, it contains a synergistic blend of phytonutrients, rich in carotenoids. But that’s no reason to eat high-sugar pumpkin pie! Instead, try this Pumpkin […]Continue reading
I was recently featured on the Small Business Samaritans radio show to talk about weight loss success strategies for 2016. Some of the topics I covered: The one important thing you need to do in 2016 2 key factors to help you lose weight Should you count calories? The simple trick I use to get […]Continue reading
“The man with insight enough to admit his limitations comes nearest to perfection.” -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe I’ve always been somewhat of a perfectionist. In school I would judge my performance by how many questions I got wrong instead of how many I got correct. This of course led to me caring a lot less […]Continue reading
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