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  • My Blue Print Nutrition Tip of the Day- Top 5 Supps for FAT Loss Part 1

    My Blue Print Nutrition Tip of the Day- Top 5 Supps for FAT Loss Part 1

    We are always excited to discuss NUTRITION!   With so much info out there we want to keep things as simple as possible for you all.  With fat loss being such a big topic today we will discuss what we have had success with clients for fats loss Note – YOU must follow a proper […]

  • 10 Food Staples To Throw Out NOW!! – Part 3

    10 Food Staples To Throw Out NOW!! – Part 3

    Welcome back to our pantry overhaul series! If you have missed the first 6 pantry items to trash check out Part 1 & Part 2 of this series. Quick and easy meals and snacks are great and almost essential for our sanity and schedules. Sometimes, however, seemingly healthy options can be our worst enemies.  Our […]

  • 10 Foods Staples to Throw Out NOW!! – Part 2

    10 Foods Staples to Throw Out NOW!! – Part 2

    nutnHere we are with our second installment of food staples that you need to rid your pantry of ASAP! And of course what to replace them with! Click the link in case you happened to miss Part 1 3. WHITE OR “MULTI-GRAIN” BREAD White bread, and even deceivingly, multi-grain breads contain zero whole grains, are […]

  • 10 Foods Staples to Throw Out NOW!! – Part 1

    10 Foods Staples to Throw Out NOW!! – Part 1

    With busy schedules of work, school, kids, training, housework – the list can go on and on – pantry staples can be a great time saver in preparing your meals, avoiding the drive-thru and keeping your nutrition on track. However, there are many everyday staples in your pantry that are doing more harm than good […]

  • Sports Nutrition on the Road – Part 4: Low & High GI Carbs & Energy Drinks

    Sports Nutrition on the Road – Part 4: Low & High GI Carbs & Energy Drinks

    In case you missed the beginning of this series: PART 1, PART 2 & PART 3 In Part 2 of our sports nutrition on the road series we spoke about Low- and High-GI Carbs, but what are there? And why do they matter to you performance? Carbohydrates are important for athletes because they provide you […]

  • Sports Nutrition On The Road – Part 3: Game Day

    Sports Nutrition On The Road – Part 3: Game Day

    In case you missed PART 1 or PART 2! Awareness, knowledge, and preparation are key when wanting to make huge difference in your game day performance.  The benefits of nutrition, in respect to athletic performance, can mean the difference between winning and losing and an optimal vs. subpar performance. Think about your body like a […]

  • Supplements Safe???

    Supplements Safe???

    Is it Safe to Take Supplements? Will I Test Positive? You have been living under a rock if you have not heard of the recent drug scandals that have been flooding professional and amateur sports. From Lance Armstrong, to Peyton Manning it seems as though no professional athlete is safe from the allegations. Performance enhancing […]

  • The Power Of Protein

    The Power Of Protein

    What is Protein? Protein is one of three Macronutrients (carbohydrates and fats being the other two), it is made up of amino acids which are the building blocks for protein. Primarily protein is responsible for our growth and development and is also required for every chemical reaction within our bodies. Along with muscle growth and […]

  • Get Your Body Summer Ready Part 1 of 6!

    Get Your Body Summer Ready Part 1 of 6!

    Get Your Body Summer Ready With a seemingly endless winter still looming the thought of summer seems like a dream. Summer evokes dreams of relaxing, patios, warm weather and of course summer clothes. If the words flip flops sound glorious, but bathing suit makes you cringe, you’re not alone. Its easy to hide under those […]

  • My Blue Print Nutrition Tip of the day- Foods you thought were good for you….NOT! Part 3

    My Blue Print Nutrition Tip of the day- Foods you thought were good for you….NOT! Part 3

    Now that you know that PROTEIN BARS are just a waste lets take a look at the last 3 food myths! Diet Pop. Science suggests too much of these zero-cal beverages could do as much damage as the sugary stuff, potentially leading to weight gain and an uncontrollable sweet tooth. Artificial sweeteners found in diet […]