Posts Tagged ‘food’

How Bad is Sugar? Why Sugar is the “White Death”


The White Death: How Bad is Sugar? That is what Arnold Schwarzenegger called highly refined, processed foods way back in the 1970’s when he was in his bodybuilding heyday. White bread, white rice, white pasta, white flour and sugary foods of all kinds are in this group. Here we are in the 21st century and has…

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How to Start an Exercise Routine that’s Sustainable

Learning how to start an exercise routine is more doable with these 4 helpful tips!

Learning how to start an exercise routine that’s sustainable involves following through several steps in order to reach your desired fitness goal. Many people’s fitness goals fail due to not following through with them. They either fail to even start a fitness program, or they start a routine and become discouraged or distracted. The first,…

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The Facts About Anorexia Nervosa

Learn about the facts of anorexia nervosa and how it is diagnosed and treated.

Anorexia Nervosa is an eating disorder that centers around a person not eating and having a fear of gaining weight. Attached to this they also have low self-esteem and a negative perception of their body image. A person suffering with anorexia will be chronically underweight due to their fear of gaining weight. In addition, signs…

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Relationship Between Cholesterol and Trans Fat

What's the relationship between trans fats and cholesterol? Read this expert blog post to learn more!

These days, we use a lot of catch phrases to describe the food we eat—organic-this, and all-natural that. And we’re more educated then ever about the building blocks of food—carbs, proteins, and fats. Even with this knowledge, many of us continue to overdo fat … particularly one kind found in so many fast food meals—trans…

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Fort Collins Restaurants: 5 Tips for Eating Healthy

Indulge in the many Fort Collins restaurants available but keep in mind these 5 expert healthy eating tips!

Fort Collins restaurants offer an array of choices: all-American diners, late-night waffle joints, sophisticated cafes, robust Italian menus, Asian and Indian fare galore—just to name a few. As a personal trainer, I encourage all of my personal training clients to eat at all of them … with some healthy guidelines of course. Just because you…

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