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How to Track Macros Without the Dairy

Peter Bua Nutrition Leave a Comment

If you’re like me, you’ve looked people straight in the eyes when they asked, “What are the macros for that recipe?” and acted like you knew exactly what they meant. But you really didn’t. It’s okay! Not everyone is well versed when it comes to macronutrients, or macros. However, you can learn and become adept at nutrition tracking, allowing you …

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5 Reasons to Wake Up to The Effects of Sleep Deprivation

Shelly Kramer Health Trends Leave a Comment

Sleep deprivation is a thief. It steals our intelligence, our mental health, and our resilience, among other things. The first step in understanding sleep deprivation is being aware of the ways it hurts us. Then we can try to do something about it. So without further ado, here are the top five reasons you should take the effects of sleep …

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What You Don’t Know About the History of Migraines

Shelly Kramer Womens Health Leave a Comment

If you suffer from migraines, you’re probably wondering why no one has found a cure for this fairly common condition. After all, surely you know other people—mostly women—who also get migraines. So why hasn’t this been a priority for medical researchers? Learning a little about the history of migraines might help you understand why. If you’re interested in more medical …

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Are You Suffering From a Fitness Disorder?

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Maybe you started a new diet or fitness routine because you truly needed to lose weight for your health, but now it’s spiraled into an addiction that actually threatens your life. Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between a proper fitness program and a dangerous fitness disorder. But there are some signs. For example, if everyone says you’re looking …

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Grilled Chicken Summer Salad [and Tacos!]

Shelly Kramer Nutrition, recipes Leave a Comment

Now that’s a mouthful: Grilled Chicken Summer Salad [and Tacos!]. Well, that’s because it’s a combination of meals, all in one, thanks to two of my favorite foodie bloggers, Gaby Dakin of What’s Gaby Cooking, and Lindsay Ostrom of Pinch of Yum. I’ll also start by saying that when I originally saw this recipe, I sent it to a friend who …

Run Mama Run: Olympic Hopeful Races Amidst Postpartum Calcium Deficiency

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#trackpictuesday Always feel blessed to call myself a #TeamNB girl! A photo posted by Sarah Brown (@sarahmb15) on Sep 8, 2015 at 4:15pm PDT Elite runner Sarah Brown made headlines for competing in the Olympic trials nearly four months after giving birth to her first daughter. As a runner, she overcame incredible training obstacles and accomplished athletic feats that most of …