Nutrition Information Archives - Kalev Fitness Solution

Healthy Habits 101

    Kalev Fitness Solution (KFS) is proud to launch Healthy Habits 101, a new 12 week educational nutrition and lifestyle program to help individuals achieve their health goals. 11 different topics including food quality, digestion, and environmental stressors will be covered in depth, followed by a week of review to put everything together and […]

Paul’s Coffee Time Snack (everyone else’s lunch)

Click here for Cous Cous Salad Recipe! Paul’s  Coffee time snack (equivalent to most people’s lunch) Healthy Cous Cous Salad: (great for Vegans, Vegetarians and most other health conscious individuals, Meataterians may find satisfaction also) This recipe yields approximately 5 servings  (or more) Ingredients: 1         Cup of whole wheat cous cous 2         1 full package […]

GREG SMITH: Nutritionist, Trainer and Epitome of Strength

You see him doing weighted pull-ups in the gym, impossibly heavy squats and lateral straight leg arm hangs. Who is this machine who epitomizes strength? Ladies and gentleman it is the one and only Greg Smith, KFS long-time trainer and nutritionist Whether you’re a “Weekend Warrior” or Olympic-level athlete, Greg’s methods will unleash your potential. […]

The Vegan Debate

The trainer room at KFS is an exciting place. Office, change room and refuge, it’s a coveted cubby where knowledge, experience and innovation meet to create individual client programs. This 50 sq. ft. crawl space provides a breeding ground for ideas and debate. One hot topic that has been generating conversation is the vegan diet. […]

Lemon-Garlic Shrimp & Vegetables

From EatingWell: March/April 2008 With summer comes the desire to be out and about and not laboring in the kitchen. Here’s a healthy twist on shrimp scampi that is easy and fast to prepare. We left out the butter and loaded the dish up with red peppers and asparagus for a refreshing summer meal. Serve […]

Injury Prevention Guidelines

1) Proper Nutrition -Studies have shown that injury, pain, and degenerative diseases increase with decreased pH levels. That being said, choose foods that will keep your body more alkaline rather than acidic. -Stay hydrated!! -Increase omega 3 fats because they reduce inflammation. -Avoid over using non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (aspirin, ibuprofen, etc.) because they can […]

Lettuce-Free Salad Options

Hello kitchen lovers! Tis the season to start watching what you eat in preparation for the holiday food parade. For me, this means SALAD and lots of it. If you’re anything like I am though, you go to the grocery store, purchase the biggest box of salad greens you can get your hands on, and […]

Avoiding Halloween Horror: The Nutrition Edition

  Halloween is fast approaching, and with that comes plenty of chocolate,candy, and sugar filled treats to indulge in!  It may not be a Halloween horror,  but don’t be fooled, those tiny treats can pack a ton of sugar and calories!  It seems so easy to eat a bunch of the ‘mini’ candy bars in one sitting […]

How Rules Equal Rewards

Sticking to a consistent workout regime often seems hard enough, but throwing good nutrition into the equation can throw many people hoping to change their lifestyle over the edge of what they consider to be attainable. Most of us, having heard time and time again the phrases ‘bit by bit’…and ’slow and steady wins the […]

The Smart Way to Snack

As the seasons change and the leaves begin to fall, another season begins – the season of food. Thanksgiving eats, Halloween sweets and Christmas treats are no doubt going to provide much temptation over the next few months. It is often hard to go a few hours without some sustenance, especially during a stressful day when […]

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