Blogs about Nutrition

Tuesday, July 23, 2013 • West Valley, Uta
BOD 365's Blog
It is important when you are focusing on becoming a healthy balanced person to focus on working out and the types of food you are eating. The types of food and the amounts you eat are in direct correlation on how well your body performs before, during and after a workout.
Tuesday, July 23, 2013 • Lone Tree, CO 80130
William Ross's Blog
When it comes to proper nutrition I see many people cheating and thinking it is ok. If you eat a good healthy nutrition plan and exercise you can reach every goal. So why self sabotage with alcohol or extra sugar?I will be the first to tell you that cheat meals are ok, but not every night or multiple in the same night. Binging happens more times then not and people just are not recognizing that they are even doing it. This is why tracking your nutrition is very important. 
Friday, July 19, 2013 • B4C 2N2, CA
Renita Collier's Blog
An amalgamation of numerous messages or emails I receive: What is the best way to eat to get shredded abs and be healthy? Can you please send me your client's plan so I can follow it too? - There is no single, perfect way to eat. In other words, there is no such thing as a "perfect diet" or a "perfect plan". If there was, we would all be eating the exact same thing and every single one of us on the planet would be looking pretty darn fantastic every single day...forever. When I construct a program it is based on the individual.
Tuesday, July 16, 2013 • Ann Arbor, MI 48104-6715
Roger Bowman  Jr.'s Blog
General Nutrition Guide:Although nutritional requirements will vary based on activity level, here are a few basic guidelines for losing weight. In a nutshell: Exercise 3-5x/week for thirty to forty minutes, eat 5-6 meals a day, limit fat intake to 10 to 20% of total calorie intake, drink plenty of water, eat low glycemic carbohydrates and lean proteins, and limit simple sugars.
Tuesday, July 16, 2013 • Sunnyvale, TX 75182
The Balance Guy
 Yes, you can with this advice courtesy of Mike Geary's Lean-Body Secrets Ezine from TruthAboutAbs.
Friday, July 12, 2013 • Coralville, IA 52241-3299
ReNu Your Life Blog
The headline says it all, "US Waistlines Expands Despite More Exercise". So if we're exercising, why are we still obese? Isn't exercise the "cure"? As a personal trainer and fitness professional, I'd like to say yes.  However, Americans can't lose weight until we become honest about how we eat.
Friday, July 12, 2013 • Brighton, MI 48116
John Penley's Blog
Its summer time and everyone is going outside so let’s talk about HYDRATION! If you are out doing anything that raises your HEARTRATE and makes you sweat a good rule of thumb just like in exercise is that if you are out and/or exercising about 1hr or less water is a sufficient replacement.
Tuesday, July 09, 2013 • Ann Arbor, MI 48104-6715
Roger Bowman  Jr.'s Blog
 If you were to put bad gas, kerosene, diesel or water in your car that required quality unleaded gasoline, what do you think would happen? Kind of a silly question, I know. Of course it wouldn’t run right or it straight up wouldn’t run at all. How many of us stop and think about all the bad or wrong “gas” we put into our bodies? 
Tuesday, July 09, 2013 • Winfield, IL 60190
Tanner's Blog
This month's theme is Edify July because when we help others we help ourselves. To start the month off, we had someone volunteer and make journals for all of us. I am titling mine The Cheat Journal and only recording the blunders. Monday Day 1- Victory. Only whoops was not enough water at a mere 60oz. Day 2- cravings are still pretty much non-existent as a result of the Usana 5-day Reset program recently completed and the fact that I promised to journal all cheats. So, confession today is I accidentally ate a rice Krispy treat. Sorry ladies. Parting words: eat well and eat often.
Tuesday, July 09, 2013 • La Crescent, MN 55947
Jordan Rudolph's Blog
Being a trainer means we have to be in tune with everything health and fitness.  Trainers are constantly reviewing equipment, research articles, recipes, and so much more.  If we are not reviewing these factors on a consistent basis then we are not doing our job.  Trainers are absolutely good enough without reviewing all of the compiled information, but we owe it to ourselves and (more importantly) to our clients to make sure this is done.