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Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
Your gut bacteria—and therefore your physical and mental health—are constantly affected by your environment, your diet, and lifestyle choices. If your gut flora is harmed and thrown out of balance, all sorts of illnesses can result, both acute and chronic.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
You’ve heard the buzz about going grain-free. The Paleo Diet, which centers on a grain-free diet, is all over the news and internet these days. But, you have always been told that “Grains are healthy and give you necessary fiber!” and “Grains are full of essential nutrients!” and, “They are low-fat!” Scientific and historical research show, however, that not only have humans not always eaten grains, but the human body is not really designed to function well on grains at all! Grains containRead More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
The following recipes are usually on my menu when I entertain because they tend to be favorites around here and take very little time to make. They are so easy to throw together and to prepare ahead of time. This way I don’t have to miss out on all of the fun. These little bites will definitely feed a hungry group and are grain-free and very clean and full of protein to keep that healthy eating on track! Go ahead and add a few of these recipes to your menu so that you can then sit back and enjoy your guests and the fun.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
Digestive enzymes help the body break foods down for better absorption of nutrients and more efficient elimination of extra material. If we don’t have enough digestive enzymes, we can’t break down our food—which means even though we may be eating well and really clean, we aren’t absorbing all that good nutrition that is in that food. Just because you are eating good food doesn’t automatically mean your digestion will be healthy. Our digestive system doesn’t absorb the food. It actually absorbs the nutrients.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
In theory smoothies are a great way to pack in those vitamins and minerals from a variety of fruits and vegetables. All you have to do is cram in a ton of produce in that blender and blend away, right? And when you start up that regular smoothie routine, you might expect those extra pounds to just start falling off, right? After all, we are all told that to lose weight we need to make sure we are eating plenty of fruits and vegetables. The problem is that if you are not doing it right, your smoothies may be loaded with more calories and carbohydrates than you bargained for. When that happens, you will only end up sabotaging all of those awesome weight loss efforts you worked so hard for.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
Hint… It’s not just for smoothies… You don’t have to save your protein powders just for your smoothies anymore. There are so many great ways to add protein to your diet throughout the entire day. Here are some ideas to boost the protein contents of your favorite foods. I’ve also included one of my favorite no-bake protein-rich snack recipes. It is a simple one to throw together and is packed with protein and nutrients to get you through the day!Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
We all know some of the obvious ways to get a flatter stomach are through a clean diet and good exercise. But there are definitely some little ninja secrets that will give you 6-abs up on your friends if you can incorporate them into your daily routines. Follow these little tips every day and you will be well on your way to shaping up those lean sexy abs.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
It is one of the most important minerals when considering supplementation because of its vital role in hundreds of enzyme systems and functions related to reactions in cell metabolism, as well as being essential for the synthesis of proteins, for the utilization of fats and carbohydrates. Magnesium is needed not only for the production of specific detoxification enzymes but is also important for energy production related to cell detoxification. A magnesium deficiency can affect virtually every system of the body.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
Super Foods are nutrient powerhouses that pack large doses of antioxidants, polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals. There’s no official scientific definition of a super food, but it’s generally accepted that super foods contain high levels of these much-needed vitamins and minerals. They can also be a key source of substances that shield our bodies from cell damage and help prevent disease.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
If you have not added this amazing natural and fermented liquid to your daily health regimen yet, it is high time you started! Apple Cider Vinegar is SO beneficial for so many health issues. It is often touted as Mother Nature’s perfect food and magic medicine and is wonderful in helping to maintain the body’s vital acid-alkaline balance. The vinegar that I am talking about is the raw organic apple cider vinegar that has the actual “mother of vinegar” in it. The “mother” is what is so beneficial to our health and is made up living nutrients and bacteria that you can actually see as they settle in the bottom of the bottle like sediment. The “mother” is believed to have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Raw, unpasteurized apple cider vinegar contains nutrients such as malic acid, calcium, potassium, beta-carotene, pectin, acetic acid, and ash. All of these are vital to our body and assist in a number of health benefits.Read More
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