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How the trainers eat VOL 7

September 16, 2016

  Hi there. Back at it again on how we eat. Nutrition varies from person to person even though we all, all us trainers that is, have similar goals in mind – boost performance, optimize health. Here are the collective responses to what we normally eat, where we shop, and how we prepare our food. … Continue Reading

News Flash!

June 27, 2016

    Healthy 1. Having good health: not sick or injured 2. Enjoying health and vigor of body, mind or spirit   Upon a recent complaint to the FDA about Kind Bars and their inability to legally label their products “healthy”, the FDA is now re-examining their definition of “healthy”.  According to the FDA, in order … Continue Reading

How the trainers eat Vol. 6

May 24, 2016

  FOOD! Even just saying the word makes me hungry. This blog post will be a little different than the previous posts about how we eat. I am digging deeper into the who, what, when, where and why. Below are quotes from your favorite FiT trainers when asked questions on nutrition.   Why   First … Continue Reading

We’ve got you covered for Lunch!!

April 25, 2013

In case you missed it, we have great new food options to help get you through those busy days.  Not only does the food taste great, but it’s individually packed and frozen to give you a quick and easy way to get the right amount of food, and do it quickly! I wanted to give … Continue Reading

Let’s Get Cookin’!

January 7, 2013

Many of you have heard from me that the easiest way to be successful at this “no grains thing” is to prepare your menus and meals in advance so there are always options available for you in the refrigerator.  This will prevent you from eating “whatever” is around, or worse: eating out and making even … Continue Reading

How the Trainers Eat, vol. 2

August 9, 2012

So it’s been a while since I posted any of my culinary explorations, but here is the most recent: While we here at FIT generally recommend staying away from grains, this corn might be an exception. It comes courtesy of our wonderful CSA friends over at Eating with the Seasons so we know that it is … Continue Reading