Do you ever find yourself overwhelmed by today’s dietary dos and don’ts? Our nutritional philosophy is rooted in integration – not elimination. Who doesn’t love pizza and all the dirty dishes you don’t have to do on a Friday night?! It’s not Keto, it’s not Whole30. It’s called balance and it’s a lifestyle change that is not only maintainable, but also delicious. And, we take the guesswork out of meal planning and nutrition with over 150 wholesome recipes created by our registered dietitian. If you’re pregnant or breast feeding, we’ve got you covered too. Try our recipe box today!
During pregnancy weight gain is a good thing, a great thing, a wonderful miraculous, amazing thing necessary to keep you and your unborn child healthy! You are asked to gain anywhere between fifteen and thirty-five pounds, which can bring a mix of emotions. But gaining too much weight can bring complications. There is no “one size fits all” pregnancy diet. But there are several important foods and nutrients to eat during pregnancy. Check out these tips from our registered dietitian.
As a new mom there is plenty to think about: will you breastfeed or bottle feed; what diapers are best; when will my baby sleep; and what can I do to be a fit and healthy mom. It can be a bit overwhelming whether this is your first little munchkin’ or you’ve been around the block a time or two. Either way, you will find the essential information you need to get you through the first few months and beyond.
Who has time to decode all the nutritional dos and don’ts that’s out today. Fat is good for you, fat is bad for you, eat meat, don’t eat meat, load up on carbs, ahhhh! You get the idea. Here’s the deal, we believe in balance and moderation. We don’t believe in eliminating foods you love unless there is a medical concern. Dive into dozens of articles that address all the “hot” topics of today to nourish our busy bodies!
I just ran the Insane Inflatable 5k this morning! It was a blast! Having run multiple other races…your Ignite Your Inner Athlete program with running was the PERFECT training for a fun race like this.
I have delivered 5 children in 6 years. I didn’t realize I had a DR after my first baby. It wasn’t until after my 3rd that I became educated on it. By that point, I thought it was over… I decided to do all of your diastasis recti workouts. I went to my pelvic floor therapist today and she was floored. She couldn’t believe my abs were as strong as they were. She told me my abs were stronger than normal people’s abs that haven’t had a baby. I had a DR for 7 years! And your exercises totally strengthened those babies.
As a busy working mom of three I never made time for myself and put on a lot of weight. When I found MIF I figured I could give it a try. The programs are short and sweet … and they work! I found that as I dedicated less than 30 min a day to myself I was able to be a much better mom and wife. More than anything I have learned that I am important too.