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HOLD THE KETCHUP! 5 TOXIC CONDIMENTS TO AVOID

Check your condiment nutrition labels.   By Dr Joseph Mercola, as featured in Hungry For Change I occasionally comment on various “worst food lists” that appear in magazines and on websites. There is no shortage of bad foods to talk about these days, and we…

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Lake Country: New Fitness Sessions at the Newly Renovated Beasley Centre.

Check out my TRX and Tabata Style Classes at the Newly Renovated Beasley Centre in Lake Country.  If you’re local take a look at the guide and book on line at: http://www.okanaganway.ca/municipal/parks-recreation-culture/activity-guide/  

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To eat breakfast, or not to eat breakfast? That is the question.

Well, these days, it seems like more of a debate. I feel like I hear a different answer to this question every time it’s asked. (We even covered it earlier this year on What’s Up, USANA?)“Yes, of course you should eat breakfast! Don’t you know it’s the most important meal…

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Exploring aisles 9-13 at my local supermarket.

The World Is Fucking Insane Nick Crocker Exploring aisles 9-13 at my local supermarket. Before dinner last night, I went to buy some milk and bread at the supermarket. The bread is at the back of aisle 14 and the shortest checkout line was in…

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WHAT TO EAT BEFORE AND AFTER A WORKOUT

By Cynthia Sass As a sports nutritionist I work with clients who earn a living working up a sweat. But whether you’re a pro or you get your adrenaline pumping before or after your nine to five, there’s a science to what you should eat…

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Research Review: Can vitamin D make you a better athlete?

By JENNIFER KOSLO Vitamin D strengthens your bones and immune function, helps reduce high blood pressure, and can even help you lose weight. By improving muscle recovery after exercise, vitamin D just might make you a better athlete. Or so we’ll discuss in today’s review.  …

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ACID-ALKALINE: TIPS FOR BALANCING YOUR DIET

  Almost all foods that we eat, after being digested, absorbed, and metabolised, release either an acid or an alkaline base (bicarbonate) into blood. Grains, fish, meat, poultry, shellfish, cheese, milk, and salt all produce acid. The mass consumption of these foods have caused our…

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Chocolate Zucchini Brownies- no flour, sugar or dairy!

Paleo Zucchini Brownies (adapted from Fast Paleo) Ingredients 1 cup creamy unsalted and unsweetened almond butter (or any nut butter) 1 egg 1/3 cup honey or maple syrup 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/8 teaspoon kosher salt 2 Tablespoons cacao or cocoa powder…

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