Shop Smarter for Weight Loss

March 14, 2013


The cost for groceries is expected to rise 3-4% during 2013 and will likely continue that trend in the coming years, but just because prices are going up, doesn’t mean your scale has to also. A few simple changes on … Continue reading

The Power of Pilates

March 7, 2013


Famous for its ability to develop strength and agility, Pilates is based on elements of yoga and the martial arts. Designed as a sequence of short exercises, Pilates seeks to build flexibility, strength, mental acuity, and endurance without adding muscle … Continue reading

Exploring the latest nutrition trends: The Pros and Cons of Juicing

February 28, 2013


Food and diet trends come and go and it’s safe to say juice cleanses are the latest rage. But are they really good for our bodies? Let’s explore the popular pros and cons of juicing, including varying degrees of daily … Continue reading

Change Your Morning Routine and Change Your Life

February 21, 2013


If you are not a morning person, it can be a challenge to get up and moving first thing. For many, mornings start with snooze buttons and a gallon of coffee. Mornings however are an important time of the day … Continue reading

Divide Your Plate, Conquer Your Weight

February 14, 2013


The first food pyramid was developed in Sweden in 1974 and then popularized by the US Department of Agriculture in 1992. This Food Pyramid focused heavily and breads and grains fueling the popularity and demand of unhealthy, processed flours instead … Continue reading

New To Yoga? Five Must-Haves to Get Started

February 11, 2013


An advantage to yoga is that people of all ages can practice it without special equipment. Celebrity Yoga and Pilates trainer, Kristin McGee, states it is a workout you can do anywhere at anytime! Beginner students are just as likely … Continue reading