Wellness Wednesdays: The Sodium Levels of Sea Salt vs. Table Salt

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Source: American Heart Association Sea salt has boomed in popularity in restaurants and supermarket aisles. Many gourmet chefs say they prefer it over table salt for its coarse, crunchy texture and stronger flavor. Manufacturers are using it in potato chips and other snacks because it’s “all natural,” and less processed than table salt. And some […]

Wellness Wednesdays: Celebrate National Nutrition Month

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Spring is a wonderful time for change. As the sun becomes more steady and the cold air transitions into a warm breeze we are also changing. Many people around this time are cleansing, detoxing, or setting new health goals. This is a perfect time because March is National Nutrition Month.  If you have goals, want […]

Overcoming a Fitness Plateau

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Source: American Heart Association Hitting a fitness plateau can be frustrating, but it’s a positive sign that you are making progress in your program. Now it’s time to take it to the next level. Get F.I.T.T. You can overcome a plateau and change up your workouts by following the F.I.T.T. principle of exercise. F.I.T.T. stands […]

Mindful Mondays: Quotes on Being Still

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We get so busy with the demands of life we forget to be still. This is beyond being quiet in the car, or quietly reading a book, this is consciously being still, checking in with yourself, and feeling your emotions. Seems like a heavy task right? It is for many but I encourage you to […]

Wellness Wednesdays: Become a Fitness Ambassador for Premier Protein

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If you are a trainer or fitness enthusiast that is looking to spread the word about health, Premier Protein is looking for you. Their mission is “to give you the energy to get the most out of every day — now.” The company is looking for 20 trainer ambassadors or fitness enthusiasts to join their […]