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FitKim on WZZM 13: Quick & Healthy Snacks for Kids

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WZZM 13 Health Reporter Valerie Lego has some quick and easy snacks that are a healthy way to keep them going throughout the day. Watch Now! (WZZM) It’s the second week back to school for most kids in West Michigan and getting them out the door with something healthy to eat can be challenging on […]

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Understanding Gluten-Part 3

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So whether or not you are convinced that going gluten free is good for you, we can all benefit greatly by reducing our wheat consumption. I’ve seen amazing health results with my clients such as improved digestion, regularity, increased energy, clear skin and restful sleep-just by getting rid of gluten. And if you aren’t ready […]

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Understanding Gluten-Part 2

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So who cares if the wheat we’re eating today was hybridized in a lab and is found in almost everything we consume? Well, analyses of this hybridized wheat found that 5% of the protein to be unique, not found in either parent. What this means is that this new version of wheat has protein in […]

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Understanding Gluten-Part 1

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With October being National Celiac Disease Awareness Month, I thought it would be important to clear up exactly what gluten is and why everyone can benefit from a gluten free diet. It is extremely important that you have a good understanding of what gluten is because it has a huge implication in regards to you […]

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Gluten Free Pumpkin Muffins

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When it comes to muffins, you can’t really beat this amazing combo of using the superfood pumpkin and gluten free grains. Did you know that pumpkin offers one of the best sources of carotenoids, an antioxidant that can be helpful in keeping us healthy? Pretty cool! Ingredients • 1 cup 100% pure canned Pumpkin or […]

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The Truth about Your Sweet Tooth

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If I could pinpoint one thing to be the biggest obstacle my clients face when trying to eat healthier, it’d be sugar. Even with the best intentions, a specific meal plan and a clean pantry, they often give into their sugar cravings. Filled with remorse and guilt, they often beat themselves up and feel defeated. […]

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Flu Fighters-Part 2

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Click here to read Part 1   Vitamin C Now this is the obvious one; I know you’re thinking of course Vitamin C boosts the immune system. But have you ever wondered why? Why not A or K or B? As discussed previously about Vitamin D, Vitamin C boosts white blood cell production. There is […]

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Flu Fighters-Part 1

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Back in the fall, the CDC predicted this would be the worst flu season since 2004. With the amount of outbreaks and deaths so far this year, they may unfortunately be right on the money. Instead of feeling defenseless, gather your arsenal together so you are prepared to fight off anything that may come your […]

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The Treadmill Challenge

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When I began training for my first marathon, I quickly became addicted to running outside. Unless the weather included lightening or snow storms, I refused to run indoors. I found the treadmill mundane and felt as if I had to drag myself through my workouts. I’ve heard clients share this same feeling in regards to […]

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The Dirty Dozen

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In regards to fruits and vegetables, should I really be using the word dirty as a descriptor? I believe the answer is a strong yes. I know it’s not realistic for everybody to only eat organic all of the time, so I am going to share with you the top twelve fruits and vegetables to […]

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