Category Archives for Eat Clean Tuesday

Food Shopping 101

I love people watching at grocery stores. It always makes me smile to see people standing in the aisles staring and squinting at the backs of cans and sides of boxes. There are people who will not drop 1 item in their cart until they check out the food label and make sure it clears […]

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Your Perfect Protein Shake Recipe

Shakes are a great go-to after workouts or on those crazy busy days where breakfast just isn’t an option. If made right, shakes can help you increase your lean muscle mass while dropping body fat. The only problem is most people make them the ‘wrong’ way – either skipping ingredients so they taste terrible, or […]

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How much easier would it be…

How much easier would it be to reach your fitness and fat loss goals if you knew exactly what to eat and when? Better yet, what if those were foods you looked forward to eating? The problem with most diets is they restrict you to a very limited set of options (that usually don’t taste […]

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The true cost of eating healthy (hint: it’s not as bad as you think!)

“It costs too much to eat clean!” I hear this all the time when I start helping families start planning an Eat Clean lifestyle. I think it’s one of things we’ve all heard so much that we’ve started believing it instantly. But is it true? Let’s take a look at the facts: Some researchers from […]

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What’s hiding in your cabinets?

When you got out of the shower this morning and looked in the mirror, were you impressed with your body? Were you satisfied with how you look? If those questions make you unhappy, you might want to start by taking a little inventory about what you’re doing. So, let’s take a walk to your kitchen […]

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How to stop giving in to temptation

I think it’s time to be honest with you. Many times when I’m driving home from work after a long day, I have visions of quickly jerking the wheel and turning the car off the road. Wait a minute, sorry about that, probably sounds a lot more dramatic than it needed to. What I was […]

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