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5 Surprising Ways to Burn More Calories Every Day

5 Surprising Ways to Burn More Calories Every Day

Do you think your body only burns calories during a workout? Newsflash! You are constantly burning calories, whether you are sitting on the couch or panting in a spin class. For some, keeping track of calories consumed and calories burned can be a helpful way to keep...

Meal Prep Like A Pro for the Rest of 2022

Meal Prep Like A Pro for the Rest of 2022

Did your meal prep start strong in 2022 just to take a nose-dive a few weeks later? We’re here to help you regain your motivation with a few tested and true recommendations to keep your nutrition habits consistent as you work towards your health goals. Preparing meals...

How to Lose Body Fat and Retain Muscle Mass

How to Lose Body Fat and Retain Muscle Mass

We’re in the business of body composition (obviously) and while every person we see in our office has unique and specific goals, a majority of our work involves helping clients gain muscle mass and lose body fat. This is very difficult, but absolutely possible with...

How Does Dehydration Affect Body Composition?

How Does Dehydration Affect Body Composition?

We are made of up to 60% water. You read that correctly: close to two-thirds of our body is comprised of H2O. It’s no surprise that water is one of the most important compounds in the body, with essential functions that keep us alive and healthy. When it comes to body...

How to Interpret Scientific Research to Benefit Your Health

How to Interpret Scientific Research to Benefit Your Health

Scientific research can be confusing and misinterpreted if not carefully examined with an informed and open mind. Heather Huntsman, Ph.D., CSCS explains how to be your own detective when reviewing research and how best to extrapolate exercise and nutrition findings to...

6 Surprising Sources of Protein

6 Surprising Sources of Protein

Protein is a necessary part of a well-balanced diet. While protein is touted for its muscle-building capabilities, it has a wide range of functions in the body. Getting enough protein daily is important, but perhaps more important is the source from which protein is...

Is Snacking Good or Bad for Your Diet?

Is Snacking Good or Bad for Your Diet?

In the world of nutrition, you hear everything. Carbs are good, carbs are bad; eat meat, don’t eat meat; three square meals a day, eat every 2 hours. With every decision, there is a philosophy (and industry) to support it. Snacking is among the list of nutrition...

Why You Should Start on Your Summer Goals in the Winter

Why You Should Start on Your Summer Goals in the Winter

We have some bad news: only 8% of people actually stick to their “New Year, New Me” goals they’ve set in January. That means 92% of us revert back to old, unhealthy habits. When warmer weather finally comes around, we are cued with new motivation to get back on track....

What You Need to Know About Omega 3s & 6s

What You Need to Know About Omega 3s & 6s

Let’s be honest: fat has a bad rap. While it often has a negative connotation, there are health benefits to having the right kinds of fat in your diet. Polyunsaturated fats, specifically omega-3s and omega-6s, boast a long list of potential health benefits, but what...