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Our 40-30-30 Nutrition Principle is designed to help your body keep up with your on-the-go life.

It promotes slow glycemic response, supports muscle recovery, and helps satisfy your hunger with steady, sustained energy.

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How To Balance Alcohol Consumption At Holiday Parties

This holiday season, balance high carbohydrate alcoholic beverages with low-fat quality protein foods. Protein slows the absorption of alcohol into the bloodstream, helping keep blood sugar stable. Alternate drinks with water throughout the evening and always drink in moderation. Planning your own party?Serve some of my favorite appetizers of deviled eggs, smoked salmon, low-fat cheese, cold shrimp and hot turkey meatballs.

Balance Your Way Through The 2010 Holidays

Did you know that more than 50 percent of annual weight gain occurs during the six week holiday season–Thanksgiving to New Years? The average weight gain during the holidays is at least five pounds and most people don’t ever lose it. There are more than 100 million Americans already classified as overweight or obese. Add five more pounds, holiday stress, and the lack of exercise and the holidays for many can be quite dangerous. The trouble with over-eating during the holidays is not just the...

Navigating The Holiday Caloric Minefield

Thanksgiving marks the start of the winter holiday season, which for many of us is a six-week long caloric minefield. While you can’t always control the food offerings at holiday celebrations, you can control your choices Plan Ahead: First and foremost, prepare and plan ahead. Never go to a holiday party famished. When faced with tempting treats, you will likely cave to hunger. Be sure to have a healthy snack at least a half an hour before you arrive, like Balance Bars to fend off...

Staying On Track Through The Holidays

Did you know that more than 50% of annual weight gain occurs during the six-weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve? The average weight gain during the holiday season is at least 5 pounds, and most people don’t lose weight during that stretch. This year, make sure you don’t become part of that statistic. Boost your activities, and make healthy food choices to help you stay on track through the holidays. The problem with overeating during the holidays is not just the added calories from...

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