Which apple is best for baking or snacking

By |November 25th, 2015|

In Fall Apples are plentiful. Try as many different varieties as you can. Stop by your local grocer and sample the new fruits of the season. Savor a new kind of raw apple each week. Enjoy the crisp snap of the peel as you sink your taste buds into one of Autumns’ most popular harvests. […]

how much physical activity is enough

By |September 22nd, 2015|

I so often hear the voice in the back of my head telling me that I just don’t have to exercise. Especially if I played some frisbee or took a jog etc. that voice turns up the volume and says “You’ve done enough. Why do any more?”. Admittedly that is a very good question to […]

Satisfy your thirst in the best possible way with Water, the true source of all our lives

By |July 29th, 2015|

When I was growing up I was fortunate enough to have access to tons of water, milk, and orange juice. However my family also subscribed to a Soda Delivery Service. A Soda Truck would park in our drive way and take away our empty glass soda bottles in exchange for a wooden crate filled with […]

What In-Season Foods will Benefit Your Health and Budget

By |July 7th, 2015|

Discover In-Season Foods That Benefit Your Health and Budget

Eating seasonal foods is a healthier choice. You can eat in season by selecting food that is growing at the same time you’re shopping.

Eating in-season foods is a wise decision that helps you strengthen your health and save money.

Consider these facts about seasonal foods:

Eating in season adds […]

Are Vegetable salads a great nutritious fare ?

By |April 30th, 2015|

Vegetable salads can be great nutritious fare because they are often raw or minimally processed. The nutrient content is generally high because the bulk ingredients are typically minimally altered from the state in which they were farmed. However, depending on the establishment you frequent, not all salads are created equally.

If you’ve ever made a salad […]

Time To Cut back on the amount of sugar and sweets that I let myself consume

By |April 9th, 2015|

Accepting responsibility for my newly expanding midsection was a decisive victory. No one else was responsible for my fresh girth except for me. The culpability was actually very freeing. If I put the excess weight on, then I could just as readily whittle it down.

I decided to cut back on the amount of sugar and […]

Why I generally “feel fat” when I don’t “feel good” about myself

By |February 10th, 2015|

What does it mean to feel “fat”.  I’ve heard many people tell me they feel fat when in fact they look healthy.  In terms of underweight/normal/overweight your Body Mass Index (BMI) is frequently referenced to determine and quantify and individual’s relative size based on mass and height.  With diet and exercise these numbers do fluctuate […]

How to Feel Better and Elevate your sense of self worth by exercising !

By |January 28th, 2015|

As a personal trainer people often ask me how I think they look. When prompted for a response I try to emphasize that how you think other people think you look is unimportant. Only you can determine what is good or bad, positive or negative. This type of reply typically elicits an eye roll of […]

Night Shift – Sleeping well to recharge is paramount to your health

By |January 9th, 2015|

Sleep is one of the best things for your well being. The need to recharge is paramount to your health. Without allowing your natural nocturnal cycle to take charge of your bodyʼs operations you may be seriously compromising your vital energy.

Your body is akin to a factory that works twenty four hours a day, seven days a […]

Exercising during The Holiday Season To Stay Healthy !

By |December 30th, 2014|

Holiday Season is a traditional time for sharing food with family and friends. This celebratory air often leads to excess. Just like an average employeesʼ two week vacation hours per fiscal year, it is okay to “take time off” from focusing on the benefits of healthful eating, so long as we stay within our two […]