Fun Ways to Stay Hydrated This Summer

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The average adult body consists of up to 65% water. That’s crazy! We use that water to complete almost every bodily function, including regulating body temperature, moistening body tissue, and lubricating joints. A few other functions, such as breathing, digestion, and sweating, each send that water out of our bodies. Not sure about you, but for me these are each part of my daily routine, so consciously replenishing my 65%...

Fuel Your Fitness: what to eat before and after working out

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This week, we have a guest blogger giving some tips for the optimal nutrition to give you the best workout possible. Ryan Hartman is the Wellness Director and a Health Coach at City Fit Concierge. Enjoy! ———————————  It is official. The seasons have finally changed and the temperatures are heating up. With that comes beautiful flowers, more time outside, and a renewed effort to hit the gym. While we can do all of...

Why you should make wheatgrass part of your routine…

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December’s blog featured the many benefits of chlorophyll— the ‘magical green pigment.’ We talked about the benefits of a chlorophyll-rich diet, and how it plays a part in curbing hunger, combating carcinogens, and rebuilding compromised cells. We also shared that any green vegetable or fruit is a great way to get in the powerful pigment. Now we’re taking that a bit further….with a look into the power of WHEATGRASS! Wheatgrass...

But Who’s Counting?!

But Who's Counting?!

With the new year coming, it’s a sure bet that plenty of people will be diving head first into ambitious weight-loss plans. Some will hit the gym and others will strive to eat healthier foods, but many will simply attempt to “cut calories”. As you might expect, not all weight loss strategies are equal. Counting calories is, ultimately, an ineffective weight loss technique. Limiting caloric intake may help shed a...

The Secret Ingredient In Those Leafy Greens

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From childhood, we’re told to eat more “leafy greens” and that when it comes to vegetables, “the darker the better!” It is important to include leafy greens in our diets because they are low in fat, high in fiber, include abundant vitamins, and are rich in folic acid. But that’s not all! There is one more little-recognized element found exclusively in green fruits and vegetables. That element is Chlorophyll. Chlorophyll...

The Truth: Centrifugal Juice Vs. Cold Pressed Juice

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The juicing industry is growing fast. We all know that fresh juice isn’t cheap, and with so many options out there, how do you decide where to buy? The truth is that not all juice is created equal and all juices have their pros and cons- so let’s have a chat about different kinds of juice!...