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Low Carb Soup Recipes

There’s nothing like a hot bowl of soup or stew to warm you up on a cold winter day! When the temperatures drop, make easy low carb soup recipes for quick and satisfying lunches or dinners. Low in carbs and full of good-for-you vegetables and meat, winter soups are… Read More

Keto-Friendly & Low Carb 4th of July Recipes

Even during the summer when we are supposed to be relaxing and enjoying the fresh air, it can get so busy that we forget to take the time to sit back and relax. Luckily, right in the middle of summer, we all get a little break with one of the… Read More

Healthy After School Snacks for Kids & Parents

With the end of long, summer days and weekends away, kids are back in school. After arriving home, they may poke around the kitchen cabinets for a quick fix—one that could be unhealthy. You don’t have to sacrifice nutrition, provide everyone with delicious yet nutritious snack. Check out… Read More

Ten Tips to Get In Shape

To help you out, here are 10 tricks to work in workouts, which can help you manage your time. Ride, run or walk to work. If you have a shower at work, this is a great way to start the day and make the most of your time. Work out at… Read More

Give your Brain a Boost

For a long time we’ve known that exercise strengthens the heart and improves cardiovascular health. Makes sense, doesn’t it? The heart is a muscle, and if you exercise it, it will get stronger, just like the biceps or the quadriceps. And the job of the heart -- one… Read More

Working Out on a Low Carb Diet

Ready to rev up your exercise program and get the most from your workout? First, lets learn how exercising on a low carb diet can help you reach and maintain your optimal weight and fitness level, plus tips for supercharging your metabolism—making your body even better at burning… Read More

Exercise Comes in Two Flavors

The best exercise programs combine aerobic and anaerobic activity: Aerobic exercise is any activity that increases your heart rate and causes you to consume more oxygen. Every cell in your body requires a constant supply of oxygen, and if you've been a couch potato for years, many of those cells… Read More

Everyone Can—and Must—Find Time to Exercise

Still not convinced how important exercise is for everyone—including you? If so, take this chance to read about two recently published reports that stress the value of exercise in preventing significant health risks. The first study, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, followed 73,000 postmenopausal women for… Read More

Carb Loading: What Is It & Why Is It Bad For My Diet?

Have you ever eaten a bagel or muffin for breakfast, and then felt either so ravenously hungry or lethargic by late-morning that you wolfed down a sugar-filled energy bar? Now ask yourself why anyone would want to go to the gym in that condition—you'd probably spend the whole… Read More

To stretch or not to stretch? There shouldn't be a question!

Stretching is one of the easiest, yet most often neglected components to a balanced workout routine. It can be done virtually anywhere, anytime and requires zero equipment. Why You Should Stretch When performed properly, stretching does more for your body than increase flexibility. While you aren't burning many calories in… Read More

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