Tag: Fitness

Good Health Without a Plan is Just a Wish
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Good Health Without a Plan is Just a Wish

Wedding dress…check. Makeup…check. Rings…check. QUEST BARS…check, check check! Quest helps me stay on track with my diet, energy, and protein levels of course.  But Quest also helped me survive my wedding! Recently, my long time love, Danny and I got married in Cape Cod, Massachusetts!  I was so happy to […]

The Quest Nutrition booth at TheFitExpo in Los Angeles in January 2013.
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Einstein Fitness – Dream Training

As I was walking through the floor of TheFitExpo in Los Angeles, I overheard two-time Mr. Natural Olympia Champion John Hansen, while lecturing to a large crowd on the subject of ‘Cycle Training for the Natural Bodybuilder,’ reciting one of Albert Einstein’s most beloved quotes, “Imagination is more important than […]

Fiber – it’s not just for Granny!
Nutrition

Fiber – it’s not just for Granny!

When people ask me about their diet – whether it’s “good” or “optimal” – one of the first things I ask them is how much fiber are they getting throughout the day.  The majority of the time, they can’t tell me.  They have either no clue, don’t count, or don’t […]

Everyday DOs and DON’Ts
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Everyday DOs and DON’Ts

IFBB Pro Jennifer Andrews knows a thing or two about eating right and staying in shape. Check out these 8 tips to help you achieve your goals!   DO: Eat 5-6 meals per day consuming every 3 hours. Plan and have them prepared ahead of time. DON’T: Wait until you are hungry […]

No Age Limit – Health, Fit and Happy!
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No Age Limit – Health, Fit and Happy!

I was born in Abilene,Texas but lived all over the South. Due to my father’s careers, I went to about 13 different schools before graduating high school. I graduated from the University of Georgia with a Psychology degree.  After graduating from collage, I worked as a Parole Officer for the […]

TV As a Child Decreases Fitness?
Nutrition

TV As a Child Decreases Fitness?

A new study published by the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity suggests that ‘television babysitting’, a common practice among parents, could be harmful to their children’s fitness. The study examined reported television viewing hours between the ages of 29 and 54 months and compared those with results […]