Weekly Dietitian Tip: Your Daily Five

It’s a good rule of thumb to strive for 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Typically, that means 3 cups of veggies and 2 cups of fruit. This might sound like a lot, but here are a few tips to make it easier: Have 1.5 cups of vegetables at lunch and 1.5 cups […]

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Trainer Tip Tuesday: Balance

When you get on the Bosu ball make sure you are near a stable surface. When performing the heel-to-toe exercise you will shift your weight from the back of your foot to the front. When balancing left to right you will shift your weight from your left foot to your right foot. For a simpler […]

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Trainer Tip Tuesday: Banded Face Pulls

This exercise will help pull your shoulders back if you have a problem with rounded shoulders. Pull the handles back toward your forehead until your hands are in front of the shoulders. You’ll feel your shoulder blades retract or pinch together. Hold this position for a few seconds. When pulling back you should feel look […]

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Weekly Dietitian Tip: Fun Food Facts – Potatoes

Fun food fact: You might think that white potatoes are nothing but unhealthy calories, but did you know they actually provide a lot of nutrition? Potatoes are packed with fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. When you hear potassium, you might think of bananas. However, potatoes have more potassium than bananas, which is an important nutrient […]

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Weekly Dietitian Tip: Berry Banana Smoothie Recipe

Try this amazing smoothie for a burst of antioxidants and a burst of flavor! Ingredients: -1/2 Carton Banana Premier Protein Shake (individually packaged) -1/2 C. Milk -1/4 C. Orange Juice -1 C. Red grapes -1 C. Frozen Berry mix -1 (best if frozen) Banana Notes: -Frozen Berry mix: blueberry, raspberry, blackberry -Milk: Whatever type you […]

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