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Dec
12

Holiday Cookie Recipes

holiday cookiesWhether you are doing a cookie swap or making cookies for your holiday party, these healthier alternatives to classic recipes will be a hit!

We know what you are thinking... how is it possible to stay away from all of those baked goodies during the holidays?! We have the answer! Below are two SIN approved cookie recipes guaranteed to be a guilt-free hit!

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Dec
09

Sunday Shoutout

Sunday Shoutout - Kristin Johnson!Sunday Shoutout goes to Kristin Johnson!

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Dec
09

Sunday Shoutout

Sunday Shoutout - Joanna RepaciThis week’s Sunday Shoutout goes to Joanna Repaci!

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Dec
07

Understanding Macros & Calories: Part 3

diet planFiguring out how much to eat or whether tracking macros is right for you can seem tough, and even more so when everyone and their mother’s friend’s neighbor’s plumber’s high school teacher has advice to give you, too. The truth is that the answer can be different for different people, but assuming you don’t have any disease or illnesses that affect your hormones or metabolism, it doesn’t have to be super complicated.

After reading Part 3 of this series, we hope to help you understand that there is no “one” right way, and that once you adopt good nutritional habits as part of your daily routine, it’s much easier to manipulate your body-weight if doing so is a goal.

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Nov
22

Understanding Macros & Calories: Part 2

A calorie is not calorieHave you heard the expression, “A calorie is a calorie?” Some say that carbohydrate, fat and protein calories all effect body weight the same. This is total BS. They suggest that to lose 1 lb., you need to consume roughly 500 calories less each day, and that it doesn’t matter what type of calories you cut out or leave in as long as you cut your calories.

It might sound reasonable, but you guessed it, total BS! A calorie is not a calorie, in more than one way. Carbohydrate, fat and protein calories are each processed by the body in a distinct way, and each effect the body very differently.

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