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Breakfast: the Most Important Meal of the Day?

Boost metabolism. Improve blood sugar control. Enhance weight loss. Decrease risk of Type 2 Diabetes. These are all common claims made about eating breakfast. Despite extensive research to answer the question ‘Is breakfast the most important meal of the day?’, the research remains inconclusive. Weight Management & Breakfast While research has demonstrated that those who

Posted By Nicole Schultz
September 22, 2020
Diet & Nutrition

How to Stay Hydrated

5 STRATEGIES FOR HOW TO STAY HYDRATED Summertime requires a heightened focus on staying hydrated. Warmer temperatures, humidity, and spending time outside may increase water loss through sweating. Here are 5 tips to help you stay hydrated this summer.  #1: LEVERAGE FOOD.  As mentioned in our Hydration Blog Post, typical U.S. diets contribute about 20%

Posted By Nicole Schultz
September 2, 2020
Diet & Nutrition

Processed Foods that are Actually Good for Your Health

Almost all foods undergo some degree of processing before making it to our kitchen. Therefore, it is important to understand the definition of processed foods, levels of processing and most importantly, how to choose foods that will ultimately support our health and longevity. 

Posted By Nicole Schultz
June 30, 2020
Diet & Nutrition

Hydration 101

Water is a vital nutrient and has many important roles in the body. Despite the body’s precise regulation of water balance, we must still consume an adequate amount of water to prevent dehydration.

Posted By Nicole Schultz
May 31, 2020
Diet & Nutrition

Snack Smarter: 3 Tips to Building a Better Snack

Snacking can contribute to meeting daily nutrient needs and keeping your energy high throughout the day. However, an unhealthy snack can have the opposite effect. Here are 3 tips to help you build a better snack.

Posted By Nicole Schultz
May 27, 2020
Diet & Nutrition

How to Improve Your Quality and Duration of Life

The benefits of physical activity are extensive, and more than enough reason to start, or continue, an exercise routine. The good news is that benefitting from physical activity doesn’t require a fancy gym membership or 1-2 uninterrupted hours every day. It’s easy to feel busy and find exercise at the bottom of your to-do list, but prioritizing your physical health alongside your financial health will pay dividends later in life.

Posted By Nicole Schultz
March 30, 2020