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Shopping with Isaac

Hello everyone! Today we will take a break from my gluten-free journey to talk about shopping while being gluten-free. Now I don't know about some of you, but I like Costco, BJ's and Sam's Club. The reason I like these places is because I eat 4 to 5 meals ...

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My Gluten-Free Journey [Pt.2]

  Hello everyone! I'm back talk to you more about my gluten-free journey, just like I promised at the end of part one. Today we are going to talk about food. I want to start off with gluten-free breads (sigh). I gave it my best shot...I really did! One of the ...

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How to Maintain Your Weight Over the Holidays

The winter holidays can be a very easy time to gain unwanted pounds, especially with the mindset of resetting everything in the new year. I would be hypocritical and probably considered a terrible human being if I told you not to enjoy your favorite treats over the holidays. THERE IS A ...

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Is Exercise or Nutrition more important for weight loss?

A very common question I come across is whether exercise or nutrition is more important for weight loss.  Well, the answer has multiple parts. In short, nutrition has more impact. It is easier to reduce 500-700 calories in your diet than it is to burn 500-700 calories in a workout ...

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Eating for (Almost) Two by Holly Kopecky

Whether it’s the fulfillment of a long-awaited plan or a complete surprise, the facts are what they are – you’re pregnant! First, of course, congratulations! You’re about to be in for a significant number of changes, a few of which will be almost instantaneous. Once the initial glee begins to ...

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Fit with Fat? by Holly Kopecky

  Americans have become obsessed with the idea of eliminating all fats everywhere. I ran across a shampoo a few weeks ago claiming it contained no “harmful fats”. Seriously folks – never forget that you are a mammal, a convoluted evolutionary algorithm whose input determines your output. Fats exist, in the ...

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Intro to Sports Supplements by Holly Kopecky

Your combined protein intake for the day, including both dietary consumption and supplementary intake (shakes, bars, etc) should total around 1 gram per pound of body weight. For supplementary protein, the ideal time to take a shake is within 30-45 minutes of exercise due to the body being in high ...

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The Truth About Eggs by Holly Kopecky

Without a doubt, eggs the unofficial red-headed stepchild of the natural foods industry. With a history of conflicting studies on everything from blood pressure and cholesterol levels to bone density, the egg’s “secret” is the same as all others; a food where quality over quantity is the ...

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New One Hour Nutritional Consultation Option Available!

We are proud to announce our new one hour nutritional consultation option. In this one hour consultation, you will get a full breakdown of how to count calories and track macro nutrients. You will learn how to calculate your resting metabolism rate (RMR) and your lean body weight (LBW). Another ...

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D’s Naturals No Cow Bar Blueberry Cobbler Review by Matt Bible

Over the past two years there have been quite a few new protein bars which have less sugar, high amounts of fiber, and low calories released. A big reason is the higher demand of healthy bars without tons of added sugars, artificial flavors, sweeteners, and GMO soy. Quest bars exploded in the ...

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