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Are Meal Replacement Shakes Healthy?

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Are meal replacement shakes healthy? First, let’s not get meal replacement shakes confused with protein shakes. Protein shakes are primarily protein based whereas meal replacement shakes have proportioned amounts of protein, carbs, fats and fiber. Now that we’ve established the difference between the two, let’s talk about meal replacement shake benefits: MEAL REPLACEMENT SHAKE BENEFITS Meal replacement shakes provide more …

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6 Ways Probiotics Benefit Your Health

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WHAT ARE PROBIOTICS? Probiotics are the good bacteria that help make it possible to eat what you want (among other health benefits). These microorganisms live our digestive, urinary and genital systems and help keep the body healthy. Between poor eating habits, stress and the use of some medications, our body’s supply of good bacteria can run low. It’s beneficial to supplement …

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5 Easy Ways To Beat Sugar Cravings

5 Easy Ways To Beat Sugar Cravings

Many people have sugar cravings; I even have them from time to time. Many of my clients complain of cravings for sweets after dinner or throughout the day. What Causes Sugar Cravings? The cause of sugar cravings can vary widely, but chief among them are hormonal imbalances of insulin and serotonin, unhealthy dieting, adrenal fatigue, eating disorders, and even PMS. …

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Low Carb Alternatives to Bread, Meat and Potatoes

Cutting Carbs? Low Carb Alternatives to Bread, Meat and Potatoes

Will Carbs Make Me Fat? I receive lots of questions regarding eating carbohydrates. One of the general questions that I frequently get asked is “won’t carbohydrate foods make me fat?”. This is not the case. Carbohydrates are an energy food for the body and are stored in your muscle and liver for use by the body. Carbohydrates are used by …

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Fat SHAMING Does No One Any Good!

Discrimination against “overweight” or “obese” people also known as “fat shaming” has been proven to do more harm than good. This is something that definitely hits close to home with me after reading the latest studies coming out about this so called “fat shaming.” Think about it. Fat shaming comes in many different forms: experiencing poor service at department stores, …

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