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You’ve probably heard it more than once: drinking more water will help you lose more weight. But does water really help weight loss? The short answer is yes. So today, I want to answer some of the most common questions I hear in regards to this liquid gold. 1. Can water help burn fat? It is not a magic bullet, no. However, staying fully hydrated (which is actually hard) while eating a healthy diet, exercising and getting enough rest will help you lose weight and keep it off, but simply drinking more

Hey gang! We have officially wrapped our first Squad Goals meeting. I hope you all had a wonderful time getting together outside of class on a weeknight! I want to expand on the new squad goals meetings by diving in to how important it is to be a part of this group to keep you accountable to the goals you have set individually and as a group. You’ve set your goals…now what? What do you plan to do differently to ensure that you actually reach your goals? For most, change in your

Ever tried Coconut Aminos? This is the soy-free healthy equivalent to soy sauce, and in my opinion, even tastier! With 60% less sodium than soy sauce, this gmo-free, aged organic coconut tree sap is a great additive to many types of food including fish (especially tilapia), any sautéed vegetables (especially broccoli + minced garlic for a real asian cuisine), rice or rice noodles, chicken, and whatever else you can come up with. :) You should find this delicious condiment at your local Whole Foods or online (Amazon or Thrive Market). Here is one of my favorite recipes

Main Course Pan Seared Salmon topped with Mango/Avocado/Lime Salsa Side Twice Baked Spinach and Garlic stuffed Sweet Potatoes Steamed Broccoli If you've got a little extra time on your hands, and maybe you've been planning on cooking something special for your significant other, or maybe you like cooking special things with your significant other, you can definitely put this one in your queue. :) You won't regret it

Emotional. Eating. Is. A. Biggie. I think everyone can relate to emotional eating on some level, just depending on the severity. The most basic type of emotional eating we can probably all relate to is the kind we feed into (literally) when we experience long or stressful days, or are just going through a rough time in our lives. This can also swing in the opposite direction, leading to underconsumption…but if we’re talking about overeating here, when we’re working long hours, spending our days constantly in that same routine that we

The holidays are behind us, the celebrations have died down and now the new years resolutions are in full swing. Most of us like to set health and fitness goals so that we can begin the prep for the much awaited beach, bikini, and boat season. Summer days are on the way and so is that six pack. Am I right? Whether you want to lose weight for confidence reasons or because you want to improve your overall health; weight loss is a long journey and the weight loss part is

Measuring Food Why is it important to determine the right amount of food in a serving size congruent to your meal plan or diet? Simple! If you eat too little, you could rob your body of the nutrients it needs to function properly, and if you eat too much, you could ingest too many calories leading to weight gain. When you’re trying to lose weight and you eat too little, your body goes into starvation mode and holds onto almost everything it can, storing a lot of that food as excess fat. Your

Believe it or not, getting yourself to the gym is harder than actually working out itself. So, what's a fitness hopeful to do if they don't have the motivation to slip out of bed at 4 a.m. or has an ever-changing schedule? (We've got some ideas for you) Whether you're a swing-shift worker, an early riser, or all-round workaholic, use these tips to help you get your daily sweat session in and make it count. 1) Make Fitness a Priority  If you don’t make time for your health, you will make time for your illness. We often make time