grilled chicken summer salad

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 …

5 More Ways to Increase Your Energy Levels

Cal-EZ Team Calcium and Bone Health, Lifestyle Leave a Comment

A 2015 Gallup poll revealed that nearly two-thirds of Americans drink roughly three cups of coffee per day. Coffee is likely to continue to be our energy potion of choice, but a shift beyond a short-term energy boost is underway. Now, women are seeking holistic solutions to staying energized – and the answer isn’t necessarily at the bottom of a …

Wedding Series: The Case Against Shredding for the Wedding

Erin Bahadur Calcium and Bone Health, Lifestyle Leave a Comment

Preparing for a wedding can be a stressful time. The details, the family, and making sure everything goes according to plan take a lot of foresight and thought. This doesn’t even take into account the physical prep that many brides do to make sure they look their best on that special day. Wanting to get in shape for your wedding …

What Millennial Women Need To Know About Bone Health

Danielle Omar, MS, RD Calcium and Bone Health Leave a Comment

If you’re here on the Cal-EZ blog, I’m guessing you care about bone health. As I’m sure you know, Calcium and Vitamin D are essential to maximizing bone strength. What many women don’t realize is their bones reach maximum mineral density and strength around age 30. This means your diet (ie what you eat and drink every day) between the …

When Fitness Becomes Unhealthy

Erin Bahadur Calcium and Bone Health Leave a Comment

I can clearly remember the point when I knew that my love of fitness had gone from productive to unhealthy. That’s not true — I can clearly remember both the first AND the second time. The first time was almost 10 years ago when I was living by myself in grad school. Unable to sleep, I woke up, put on …