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Nutrition Tips ARCHIVE

  • Rev Your Metabolism Into High Gear!

    By Custom Kinetics | In Nutrition Tips | on October 9, 2015

    In our last blog post, we discussed what metabolism is, and what it does to and for your body. Your metabolism can be measured by your health, age, size, and energy, but what if you’re looking for a simple boost to help you lose weight, be more energized, and to decrease your body’s reaction to […]

  •   When people struggle with their weight, or can’t seem to keep weight on, the first thing they think of is their metabolism. Either the metabolism is slow, or sluggish, or it’s fast or ‘high’. Most people assume that their weight or struggle to keep it off or on is directly linked to metabolism, but […]

  • Fasting To Improve Your Workout?

    By Custom Kinetics | In Nutrition Tips | on September 14, 2015

    When we meet with a new client, we ask as many questions as we can to learn your habits, health issues, concerns, etc.; anything we need to know to tailor the perfect workout regimen. Often times during this process we are asked the same question: should I eat before a workout, or should I work […]

  • Make-at-home Lärabars

    By Caitlin Bryan | In Nutrition Tips, Recipes | on July 28, 2015

    Make-at-home Lärabars Many of you are probably familiar with Lärabars, those chewy, nutty, fruit-filled energy bars. If you want some great snacks to take on a back packing trip, or something to chew on at home, but want to avoid the high mark-up prices and packages, look no further. You can’t get any simpler than […]

  • Dress Up Your Veggies

    By Caitlin Bryan | In News, Nutrition Tips, Recipes | on June 10, 2015

    Dress Up Your Veggies Forget the days as a child when you dreaded that heap of vegetables that your mother piled on your plate. Mushy peas? Overcooked green beans? Creamed spinach? No thanks. I personally love plain steamed vegetables, but if you need to dress yours up a bit, these easy recipes will add some […]

  • Healthy eating can sound complicated and daunting. It’s true that healthy eating can be a difficult habit to pick up, so I’ve created a list of some tips and tricks to make the process easier. Try these out:   Keep fake, unhealthy foods out of your kitchen and living space. Healthy eating is often seen […]

  • The Principles of A Healthy Diet

    By Jeff Li | In News, Nutrition Tips | on March 19, 2015

    “As to methods there may be a million and then some, but principles are few. The man who grasps principles can successfully select his own methods. The man who tries methods, ignoring principles, is sure to have trouble.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson               Try this experiment: ask ten random people on the street to […]

  • I found a great article….

    By Geoff Robison | In News, Nutrition Tips | on March 7, 2015

    I regularly search websites, blogs, and research articles to ensure that I am up to date with the information and current trends in our industry. I often find things that I may find interesting, but has little carryover to our clients and their specific needs. This week I found a well-written article that I think […]

  • Improving Adherence to Your Program

    By Jeff Li | In Fitness, News, Nutrition Tips | on December 29, 2014

    Improving Adherence to Your Program By Jeff Li   New Years can be a rather refreshing holiday. The start of a new calendar year reminds us that despite our past struggles, we’ve made it this far. We can put the past behind us and get off to a fresh start. This feeling of renewed energy, […]

  • Perfect Protein Shakes

    By Jeff Li | In News, Nutrition Tips | on December 22, 2014

    Perfect Protein Shakes   When you’re on the go, eating well can be tough. That’s why I wrote this post about quick, healthy snacks. Perhaps the hardest part about eating well on the run is getting in some high-quality protein; after all, many sources of high-quality protein require cooking, and cooking takes time. As I wrote […]