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The 6 Fundamental Movement Patterns

It’s finally spring! A great time to get into a physical movement practice – if you don’t already have a routine in place. Here’s a common question we hear about fitness – what is Functional Movement. Let’s look at the difference between traditional weight training and functional movement exercise. Traditional Weight Training vs Functional Movement […]

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Healthy Smoothie How To

What are the best super-foods to include in smoothies? Spirulina (nutrient heavy) Coconut Oil (healthy fat) Flax Seeds (ground for easy absorption) Gogi Berries (antioxidants) Chia Seeds HempSeeds (for protein) Cocoa Nibs (antioxidants) What should the fruit to veggie ratio be in a smoothie? You can’t go wrong eating fresh whole foods, don’t get too […]

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Magnesium Deficiency – What you need to know

If there was a popularity contest – magnesium definitely wouldn’t win. I don’t know why it’s so underappreciated – but it should be! Step aside calcium and vitamin B12…. we’re going to talk all about MAGNESIUM today. A magnesium deficiency might look like this: Headaches High Blood Sugar Hormone Imbalances and more KEY FACTS: It helps regulate calcium, sodium, […]

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The Perfect Breakfast

You’ve probably got a busy schedule in the mornings:– Getting the kids dressed– Letting the dog out– Staying on schedule so you’re not late for work… Finding the time for a healthy breakfast isn’t always a possibility but we’re starting a new year in a few short weeks and it’s the right time to MAKE […]

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What is Collagen Loading?

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. It’s made up of amino-acids: glycine, proline, hydroxyproline, and arginine. Your skin, hair, nails, gut lining, tendons, bones, disks… all made up of primary collagen. There’s actually more collagen in your bones than calcium. Where can you get collagen from? Fish Skins Chicken Skins Egg Membrane Beef […]