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Whether you are eating healthy or not, losing weight and hitting a plateau can squash any motivation you have to stay on track with your eating. Hidden calores and sugars may be to blame. I’m going…
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Try two hard-boiled eggs, red pepper strips, a cup of grapes, whole-grain crackers and almond butter. Or cubes of cooked chicken, mini whole-grain pita pockets, baby carrots, cucumber slices,…
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With the Rio Olympics around the corner, we couldn’t help but chat with one of its most viable contenders – twelve-time Olympic swimming medalist and twenty-time World Championship swimming medalist…
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Eating a handful of almonds a day has been found to boost a person's diet, according to scientists. People who eat almonds tend to ingest them in lieu of unhealthy snacks - and lower their empty…
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Natalie took a breather from her intense training schedule to talk to us about the Road to Rio and life as an Olympian, so read on for some of her work/life balance tips, including how to spice up…
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But there's a lot you don't know, like her her stance on peeing in the pool—"any swimmer who says they don't pee in the pool is a liar''—or her favorite post-workout recovery fuel, a cherry…
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Wellness expert and culinary nutritionist Katie Cavuto embraces holistic living and believes the best path to health is to look at each person’s journey through a broad lens. In honor of Almond Day…
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Modesto, CA (December 10, 2015) – A new study published in Nutrition Research found that adding a moderate amount of almonds to the family diet (1.5 ounces/day of whole almonds or almond butter for…