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How Much Protein Should You Eat?

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - July 21, 2015

  Protein… Too Much or Too Little?   Nutrition science has clearly demonstrated that every cell in our bodies are made up of protein. This includes hair, hormones, blood cells, muscle cells, skin, etc. A complicated combination of only 20 different Amino Acids makes up every type of protein in our bodies and and even […]

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Living YOUR Best Life

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - July 17, 2015

  The Body War against Social Media   Everyone has (or is currently) comparing themselves to someone else.  With the boom of social media, it’s so darn hard not to (I am talking to you, style bloggers, who make your lives seem so perfect!  Just kidding) Finding balance and happiness in your life is not […]

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Enjoying the Yoga Journey

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - June 26, 2015

You’re Not Going To Get It   New to yoga?  Let me ask…… what are you looking to get from yoga?   what attracted your attention?   have you practiced before?   what type of yoga have you practiced?     These are some questions I ask a new student.  Logical questions I would say.  Now I’ll […]

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Stay Cool this Summer

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - June 22, 2015

 Hello Hydration!   Did you know our bodies are 60% water and the human brain is 75%? Our bodies can only last 5 days without water, but can go weeks without food. Everyday we lose water through breathing, sweating and digestion and summer is the perfect time to become more aware.   What can it […]

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Abs Are Made in the Kitchen

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - June 16, 2015

  Meal Prepping 101   You go to the gym 3-6 times a week.  You do everything your trainer tells you to do but when you step on that scale, there is no budge.  Frustrated (and sweaty), you ask yourself, “What gives?”  Well folks, exercise is just PART of the equation in the weight loss/muscle […]

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Motherhood and Exercise

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - June 12, 2015

  Finding Time for Fitness with a Little One   My daughter is 18 months now (how in the world did that happen?) therefore I have to come up with exercise routines/schedules that fit my new(ish) role as a Mother.  Hitting a gym whenever I feel like it may no longer be an option for […]

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The Fresh Scoop on the Farmer’s Market

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - May 28, 2015

  Take a Trip to the Farmer’s Market   We all know ‘locally grown’ is the latest buzz word in the food industry. To eat locally, it generally means reducing the distance between the production and consumption of our food. Did you know a ‘locavore’ eats only food produced within 100 miles of their area? […]

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To Eat Late or To Not Eat Late?

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - May 23, 2015

A Bedtime Snack?     We all know it, “No Food 2 hours before bed”. But is this really something we have to follow? Will consuming food late at night really add to your waistline and decrease your health? Scientists have been researching this for decades.   Studies using night shift workers have demonstrated an […]

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The “No Excuses Workout”

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - May 14, 2015

  No Gym?  No Problem!   “Oh well, I can’t make it to the gym today.”  How many times has that situation happened to you?  Skipping the gym is easy to do – it usually falls low on your “to-do” list.  However, what if I told you that you could blast calories and build strength […]

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