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Monica Millage

OL Fitness & Nutrition Specialist

Monica Millage
Anyone who is getting fit and making the necessary dietary changes has heard of the term “cheat meal”. It is a very popular and widely accepted practice in the fitness world and many individuals are even encouraged to use cheat meals as a tool to achieve your goal physique. The idea is that you are rewarded with a meal to splurge when you have abided by your stricter diet the rest of the week. The benefits of these cheat meals are they allow individuals to remain positive by allowing them to indulge in these forbidden foods, call it a mental break of sort.Read More

Janet Navarre

Olympian Labs Ambassador

Janet Navarre
Try and find the freshest vegetables you can. And by going to your Farmer's Market you are getting exactly that and supporting your local farmers. The prices were unbelievably low. And that was a great plus to me as I have been really bothered by the amount of money I have been spending at the grocery store for produce that is not so fresh and definitely not grown locally. So if you’re looking for something simple, fresh and healthy. There you have it.Read More

Justin Anderson

Olympian Labs Ambassador

Justin Anderson
Often times the idea of losing weight can spark fear in even the bravest of people… “You mean I have to give up my favorite foods?” I have had many clients struggle with the idea that carb-laden, high calorie meals are out and high protein, clean meals are in. People often turn to the latest fad diet or cleanse as a way to quickly drop pounds, only to see them return, sometimes two-fold, when the diet is over and normal eating resumes. I don’t believe in diets or store bought cleanses, rather I have my clients engage in a food-lifestyle change. This means rethinking about how and what we eat in a way that is sustainable over the long term. After all, who wants to diet and look great, only to see the pounds fly back on faster than we lost them?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

Jeremy Scott

OL Healthy Living Coach

Jeremy Scott
Chia Seeds are without a doubt the best food you are probably not eating on a daily basis. Don’t be put off by their small size, these pebble-like seeds pack a powerful, nutrient dense punch when it comes to your nutrition plan. The FACTS: In just 1 ounce of Chia Seeds you get all of the following: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

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
It’s hard to believe that we’re already thinking about summer… but the fact that the temperatures have already hit the triple digits here in Arizona makes it official… Summer is just around the corner! It means we’re preparing to peel off those winter layers in exchange for materials that just might cling more than we’d like to in areas that were much easier to hide when we sported those sweats and puffer jackets. It means that it is time for those summer dresses, skirts, shorts, and…yes, even those swimsuits to come out of the depths of our closets. It also means wanting to eat and live as clean and healthy as possible so we can feel confident in our summer wardrobes.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
Have you been toying with the idea to go gluten free? I am sure the thought has crossed your mind over time considering it is often touted as being a quick and easy way to lose weight. And lately, it is all the rage in the media, with celebrities and sports figures, and the proof is in the increasing number of gluten-free options staring you in the face on grocery store shelves. It is true that eating a gluten-free, clean, fresh, and healthy diet will go a long way in to help you boost your metabolism, loose weight, get super lean, and put you on the path to the healthiest you have ever been. BUT… it only works if you follow some key strategies:Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
Also known as… The Immune-boosting, Cancer-fighting, Toxin-Clearing Cabbage Crunch Salad. This one features just a touch of sweet…a lot of crunchy…a hit of tangy…and very purple. It is jam-packed with nutrients from the cabbage, but it only has a few ingredients so it is very easy to throw together.Read More

Kim Maes

OL Nutrition Expert

Kim Maes
When you juice your vegetables, you’re taking in the essential nutrients that your body needs to remineralize. Your body immediately absorbs all of these nutrients because juice is in liquid form and you end up giving your digestive system a rest because it doesn't have to breakdown any solid foods. Instead, the nutrients go directly into your cells and bloodstream, making it much easier on your body. As a result, you feel lighter and more energetic throughout the day.Read More
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