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Adequate energy is directly related to adequate nutrition and adequate rest. If your energy levels are low, don't reach for an energy drink. The best approach is to start with your diet. Some of the most basic and readily available foods provide nutrients that are full of high quality, sustainable energy. Some of these foods can give an immediate energy surge while others bestow a sustained, long-term energy increase. In addition to energy, the following six foods offer incredible health benefits! (more…)

Where you live could be a huge factor in your body weight. Studies have shown that people with lower body mass tended to live in neighborhoods that allowed them more access to walkable living, including being able to walk/bike to work or to their local fruit and veggie shops. Similarly, there was a correlation between less "walkability" and increased body mass, or total body weight. (more…)

Here's a look at some of the most common diets people are using. I am not endorsing any of these but I've received a lot of questions about them and wanted to provide a brief overview. Fundamentally, I usually recommend a mostly vegetarian diet but that also is a personal preference; you need to do what's best for you. (more…)

You must make exercise a foundation of your weight loss plan, that's not negotiable. Exercise is important and effective for weight loss because it requires your muscles to burn extra calories for energy. Exercise sets your muscles up to grow and get stronger. When your muscle mass increases, your basal metabolic rate does as well. This is the energy your body expends while at rest. For most people, the hardest part about exercising is getting started, followed closely by sticking with it. With every day life brings ample opportunity to […]