Learn how to improve your diet to get the most from your workouts provided by Jacques Courseault, M.D.!

“Calories In” Minus “Calories Out” May Be a Bit Confusing

An article in the Chicago Sun-Times reports  that 80 percent of people cannot accurately estimate the number of calories required to maintain current weight, 25 percent don’t try and only 12 percent estimate […]

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Candy is Not Food! Diet Lessons Learned From a 3-Year-Old

They say that if you pay attention and stay present in your surroundings that you will learn something new everyday… This couldn’t be more true.

The other day, I was spending the weekend with […]

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Mindful Eating: Why Do You Eat?

Think about why you are eating the food you choose when sitting down for a meal. You may open your mind to some interesting discoveries!

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Why I Started Throwing Away Food

A practical tip on how you can lose weight by throwing away (or saving) left over food instead of forcing yourself to eat it!

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Foods Everyone Must Buy Organic From This Moment On!

Wouldn’t it be great if we could all buy organic, or say we all lived in a magical world where everything was perfect and all of us lead healthy lifestyles? Just picture a world where […]

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Weight Loss Tip to Prevent Overeating: Listen for the Click…

Today’s tip I truly hope is another tool you can put into your weight management toolbox. It may be completely silly to some, but I hope can be beneficial for someone…

I was eating a very […]

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Balancing Protein and Carbohydrate Intake to Aid Muscle Gain

Learn how to balance protein and carbohydrate intake to aid muscle gain and prevent fat gain. Change your diet to build muscle.

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“Calories In” Minus “Calories Out” Equals Weight Loss

As much of a proponent I am when it comes to exercise, it’s key for people to understand how important nutrition is in the process. It is so easy to consume hundreds of calories in […]

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How to Save and Spend Your Money on Healthy Food

Contrary to popular belief, spending money on healthier foods is not only better for you but cheaper! See what the evidence has to say about the importance of investing in healthier foods.

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