Blogs about Healthy Food

Thursday, April 23, 2015 • Lancaster, PA 17603
Cause and Effects Fitness Blog
Key points from Monday's Eating For A Fit, Healthy Body nutrition seminar to help you shape your path to your health and fitness goals:1. Pick one day of the week and plan healthy meals for the upcoming week. Make a list of items you will need from the grocery store to prepare those meals.2. Go grocery shopping on a full stomach with your list in hand and buy ONLY the items on your list. Remember--you're on a mission, so stick to it! If you don't have healthy foods in the house, you are not going to be tempted by them.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 • San Diego , CA 92108
The Healthy Life
Hello everyone! This should have been the first blog post but better late than never. So, what is this blog all about you ask? Seeing that I have varying interest in the world of fitness, here are some categories of what I will write about in my blog. Most of it is opinion based, so take it with a grain of salt. If I do make a strong assertion, you can ask me how I got there or show me evidence that I am probably wrong. I don't mind that at all. So here is what you can expect from my blog:- helping consumers navigate bullshit from good advice
Thursday, March 05, 2015 • Silver Spring, MD 20910
HEYifetraining Fitness and Wellness
HEYlifetraining’s “Food Bites” will share what’s healthy and hot and what’s not in the food industry. Here you find the latest information on nutrition, food trends, and why eating healthy is important.  
Saturday, January 24, 2015 • Winfield, IL 60190
Functional Fitness- For Stronger Living
This past week, the company that I have found to deliver the highest quality nutritional supplements, of which I am a distributor, has just become a Trusted Partner and Sponsor of the Dr. Oz Show.  For more information, please contact me. tanner@fitdupage.com or just sign-up and order at tanner.usnana.com. 
Monday, January 05, 2015 • Barrington, RI 02806-4750
Ariadne Greenberg/ Transformations in yoga
Every once in a while in yoga class I will find myself saying “And there we are back to Aristotle.” When I say that it doesn't mean that I want to reference Aristotle's entire philosophical work, or even his entire ethics, but that I think yoga plays out his contention that the good is to be found in a balanced state between lack and excess. To give a really oversimplified example: self starvation is bad, and gluttony is bad, but healthy eating is good.