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Have you heard of “macro counting” or eating to “fit your macros”? This style of eating plan has been in fashion among fitness-minded folks, bodybuilders and the Cross-Fit set for a while now, but it has filtered down to the general public more recently. It’s used primarily as a weight control/weight loss plan, though technically it could also be used for “leaning out” (dropping body fat but not body muscle) or even gaining weight. Here are the basics…
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Getting a good start on the day means finding the right breakfast for you to give your body energy. Healthy and delicious, fortunately, go hand in hand when it comes to breakfast foods. These are a few of our dishes in the breakfast rotation.
According the Cleveland Clinic, Americans don’t know their personal (and critical) numbers for reducing risk of cardiovascular disease. Yes, we know that we should reduce our risk, and as a dietitian, I am happy that many of you try to be “healthy,” but the problem is that what you don’t know is if those choices are having the right results.
Smoothies for breakfast in the middle of winter might not seem like a great idea, but if you're a smoothie fan looking for something warmer, this recipe might be the perfect way to start your day.