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Whether you want to lose weight, get stronger, look more toned, improve your health, or all of the above, here are some tips and tricks to help you stick with a weight loss workout plan.
Now that summer days have faded into memories and you're not spending as many hours outdoors, it’s as good a time as ever to adopt a new exercise routine and healthy eating plan.
Delicious for breakfast, a mid-morning snack, or even as dessert!
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Research shows that exercise strengthens not only your body, but your brain. And if that doesn’t blow your mind, we have a few more scientific findings that might.
Unfortunately, many women spend weeks, months, and even years with ineffective exercise routines—a waste of valuable energy and time.
If you plan ahead, you can eat a delicious, nutritious lunch that will give you energy for the afternoon and make you feel good about your healthy eating plan.