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Going Beyond the Calories

by Katie Lehn, RD This time of year sparks a mindset of new beginnings. Unfortunately, resolutions often dwindle before we’re able to fully commit to them. This year, consider committing yourself to not only diet change, but to lifestyle transformation. Sign-on to not just one resolution, but a life aimed towards nourishing your body. In this sense, nourishment is not exclusive to food but encompasses our mind, body and spirit. ...
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Self-Love 101

It’s common for us to invest the majority of our time and energy into a laundry list of things (work, family, relationships, etc.). While this may bring us joy and a sense of accomplishment, it is crucial to our well-being that we find a balance between caring for ourselves and caring for others. Imbalance in our lives can lead to unnecessary stress, inflammation, poor sleep, and in turn, poor eating habits. ...
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My Favorite Workouts

I love to exercise. But I didn't always love it. I grew up swimming and I didn't really consider that exercise. It wasn't, it was just playing and having fun in pool. Even when I swam competitively I never it took it that seriously; I swam because I liked it. When I was in high school I played soccer for the first time. Actually, I ran for the first time, and I struck the ground with my heel so hard that with each stride it hurt more and more. So literally my coach and teammates had to teach me how to run. When I went to college I didn't have a team to play soccer with or swim team to compete on, so I basically stopped exercising. It wasn't something I thought much about, which was particularly odd for an exercise physiology student. ...