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Nutrition

Jan 21 2016

The Influence of Environment Part 1 of 2: Love and Household Support

  Introduction You don’t know me, but you know I’m a nutritionist, so maybe you assume I don’t eat candy or drink alcohol. Well, I do consume those things. My friends and I laugh about “Kyle the Nutritionist” when I’m having burgers and wine. Or more like, they laugh AT me. It's all good. [caption id="attachment_1382" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Making a Mojito as part of an overall healthy lifestyle[/caption] But as an honourable fitness professional, I lead by example. I make sure I'm always in good or great shape, that my blood work is in the...

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Dec 17 2015

Red Meat Facts and Risks

Everyone relax. It's good for you. It's the fat (which you can remove or have in moderation) that you have to worry about. Animal fat is high in saturated fat and we should only have one meal per day that is high in saturated fat. Our other meals should have other fats like nuts, olive oil, avocado. Black BBQ grill marks on the meat can cause cancer. [caption id="attachment_1431" align="alignnone" width="700"] The right way to eat red meat: Small-farm raised, lean, baked, possibly leaner if visible fat removed. Eaten with a huge pile of kale to...

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Jun 30 2015

Calorie Counting

Food labels are usually fairly inaccurate (enough to disrupt potential gains). Our estimations of our metabolic rates are not accurate, and they change day to day (so even if you're a great calorie counter, you might have the wrong goal)....

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