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If you are trying to lose weight, improve your fitness performance or just trying to get healthier you have probably heard the term “superfoods”. All of them are rich in nutrients, containing vitamins and minerals that will help you achieve better health, prevent the onset of chronic diseases and help you to feel better. Add […]


By: Erin Pasternack, Certified Health Coach Many people are looking for tools to lose weight and often think they need to spend extra money on special foods or programs. While The Biggest Loser Resort will powerfully help you kickstart a new way of thinking and being, there are two things you can do to start […]


By: Jen Johnson Did you know that during the winter season is when most citrus fruits are at their sweetest and juiciest? There is a whole list of ‘natures candies’ for you and your family to enjoy. Find any of these healthy and nutritious winter fruit options at your local farmers market or in the […]


By: Jen Johnson We’ve all indulged in a Thanksgiving feast, or two, so chances are we have firsthand experience with the after-dinner fatigue that sets in following the meal. Why can’t we fight that sudden urge to take a nap? To escape the dishes? Perhaps, but the meal itself plays a big part in the […]


By: Jen Johnson Let’s be honest, Halloween isn’t the healthiest event of the year with all of the sweets and candy that are on display at the office, the stores, the parties and of course, your child’s trick-or-treat bag. But here are a few ideas that can help make healthy habits fun and memorable – […]


Many people wrongfully conflate “healthy eating” with “bland, unfulfilling eating,” when nothing could be further from the truth! While things like salt, sugar and fat can generally trigger pleasurable reactions within our brains, these components are often ironically layered atop of bland ingredients, like processed corn or meat by-products. By using wholesome, whole ingredients within […]


Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail!! Healthy meal planning ahead of time is an activity with multiple benefits. Whether you are cooking for one, two, or the entire family, taking the time to plan out future meals will not only save you time, but will also help to keep you practicing healthy habits – getting […]


In 1990 the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act was passed requiring all packaged food to bear nutritional labels. Over the years the labels have evolved to include information like per serving size, and Trans Fat content. In 2014, the FDA overhauled the labels by simplifying and putting an even bigger focus on calories, serving size, […]


By: Derek Johnson – Director of Nutrition at The Biggest Loser Resort With the summer season almost upon us, many are scrambling to find ways to get healthier and look their best in their warmer weather wardrobe. Below are 6 tips for summer slim down you can use these to help you lose weight and […]


Mindful Eating Habits By: Natalie Hagler We are victims of habits and culture: No matter how strong we think we are, we can be manipulated by our emotions, memories, and patterning over which we feel we have no control. Often we are even unaware of what propels us in a certain direction. In order to […]