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    5 Easy Ways To Practice Wellness This Summer

    The first summer to follow the global wave of COVID-19 will undoubtedly be like any we’ve experienced before. With vacations, sleepaway camps, international travel, and more put on hold for the foreseeable future, it’s all too easy to feel worried about our health, but that doesn’t mean you sh…Read More

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    Epigenetics And Set Point Theory: The DNA-Body Weight Connection

    If you’re familiar with the Set Point Theory, it’s likely due to the research you’ve conducted on your own body composition. This theory suggests that every person has a unique internal “thermostat” responsible for the regulation of our weight and fat-to-muscle ratio. While there is consid…Read More

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    Essential Supplements for Your Workout

    A regular exercise routine is one of the best habits you can establish to protect your health. However, many people can forget that in order to reap the maximum benefits of a fitness regimen, it is equally necessary to develop healthy eating habits. But even if you try to eat well and exercise often…Read More

  4. A close up photo of various fruits and vegetables next to a bottle of water. Photo by Vitalii Pavlyshynets on Unsplash.

    How Epigenetics Is Connected to Nutrition

    Epigenetics and nutrition are two commonly studied areas of health and wellness, but most people don’t consider the ways in which they overlap with one another. In this article, we’ll take a brief look at each of these subjects before exploring how they actually have more in common than you migh…Read More

  5. Are Lectins Safe to Eat?

    More Americans than ever are suffering from chronic inflammation, obesity, and autoimmune disorders. While there is no singular cause for any one of these epidemics, some recent publications and media have made the argument that “you are what you eat.” Specifically, what we are eating are called…Read More

  6. Simple Ways to Boost Energy

    While skiers or snowboarders may be at the top of their game right now, for many of us the winter months may correlate with drops in energy levels. If you’ve been feeling sluggish or worn down lately, it might be time to try these simple adjustments. Just a couple of minor tweaks can make a major …Read More

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    How To Find A Workout Routine With A Busy Schedule

    A busy schedule can leave you drained. From a shift at work to running errands to preparing dinner for the family, it’s a rare occurrence when you feel like you have enough time to get in a workout. But with the New Year now in full swing, it’s the perfect time for a revitalization of energy and…Read More

  8. A Closer Look At Super Slow Training

    Lack of time is one of the most common reasons for not exercising. With jam-packed schedules and obligations, finding time to workout can be difficult, which is why 20-minute workouts have become so popular. While high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a popular way to get an effective way to ge…Read More

  9. Fitness For Seniors Is Easier at QuickHIT Fitness

    Staying active is important for anyone, regardless of age. However, as people get older, it can become more difficult to be as active as needed in order to live a healthy lifestyle. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, 28% of the population over the age of 50 are physicall…Read More