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Meal Prepping to Reduce Inflammation Let’s face it, many of us do not do meal prep because we think we do not have time. But, then we spend more time dealing with the after effects of what we eat or don’t but should eat in the long run. Think about all the diseases...
Many of us have needed to stay home or work from home in the past few weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gyms and other fitness centers are closed making it more difficult to maintain a fitness routine, unless you are on our online programs guided and monitored by one of Wallace Fitness™ experts.
I feel sluggish, tired, and not so smart when I do not eat well AND workout regularly. Incredible how quickly our bodies respond to the lack of care. Yes, I said lack of care!
60,000 people are diagnosed each year with Parkinson’s Disease, majority of whom are over the age of 50. With April being Parkinson’s Awareness Month we wanted to highlight one of our devoted clients, Bill, who has been training at Wallace Fitness™ since 2017.
We keep hearing about inflammation in the body causing all horrible things that limit the quality of our lives. But, how? Let’s understand what inflammation is.
You already know or have at least heard about the benefits of meditation. Meditation can help you Sleep Better, Decrease Stress and Anxiety, Improve your Focus and Attention Span just to name a few of the benefits.
Try this 10 minute healthy lunch! This literally took Sine, actually Lincoln, about 10 minutes to prepare. Your body and mind will thank you for it. Eat good, feel good!
Try this healthy fall soup recipe! It is comforting, filling and a crowd favorite that uses fresh, seasonal produce.
Overnight oats make an easy and healthy breakfast option. So let’s make them suit the season, Pumpkin Overnight Oats are easy to make, and full of vitamins from the pumpkin. Pumpkin is full of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Potassium.
Try this delicious vegetarian chili. It’s perfect for after a visit to a pumpkin patch or corn maze!