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Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Bites

Hey everyone! Here's a quick and easy, on the go snack perfect for the chocolate peanut butter lover in you! Ingredients 1.5 cups Oats 1 cup natural peanut butter 3 tbsp natural unsweetened cocoa powder 1/4 cup unsweetened apple sauce or honey 2 tsp vanilla extract 2 scoops of protein powder of choice Instructions  In a bowl add in the oats, peanut butter, apple sauce or honey, protein powder,cocoa powder, and vanilla extract.  Use those…

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Feed Your Brain

A healthy diet is an essential key to maximizing your brain's potential after a brain injury. Poor diet can affect mood, behavior and brain function. Our brains need energy and nutrients for healthy brain chemistry, functioning of nerves, and correct neurotransmitter levels.  A healthy diet becomes even more critical after a brain injury as you begin the recovery process.  The basics of a healthy diet Fad diets come and go, but the essentials of a healthy…

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Fuel For Runners

People often ask me, "Do I need to fuel during a long run?" Here's some things to consider: If you are exercising for more than 60 minutes at a moderate-high intensity, consuming carbohydrates during your workout can help delay fatigue and enable you to perform at a higher intensity, it may also help you to continue exercising when your muscle glycogen stores are depleted. What should I eat during a long activity? It makes sense…

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For soft tissue injuries – that is everything from a sprain to a strain or tear to tendinitis – reducing inflammation becomes your biggest objectives, thus your perspective on nutrition has to shift.  Your focus is now fighting inflammation and fueling repair. There's something about knowing that eating clean can help heal your injury and speed your recovery that makes these tips seem more like changes and less like restrictions. Overall, the focus should be…

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Halloween Tips For Avoiding The Sugar Rush

While other people are “scared” by the skeletons, spiders, ghosts, and pranks, Nutritionists are more scared by what traditional Halloween sugary foods are doing inside your kid’s body. Remember, it's ok to indulge in treats once in while; but don't forget to practice moderation. Check out the tips below to help you take the scary out of Halloween’s sugar rush:   Focus on the experiences: Halloween is supposed to be about the spooky, scary and…

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Easy-Please-y Pumpkin Seed Recipe!

After you've had fun carving your pumpkin, save the seeds and make a healthy snack with the pumpkin seeds.   ROASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS 1 cup raw pumpkin seeds 1/4 tsp extra virgin olive oil Sprinkle of chili powder (you can also add paprika & cumin) Sprinkle of sea salt & garlic powder   Wash the seeds, toss them with the olive oil and mix well. Add your spices & mix again. You can also change…

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Electrolytes And Exercising

When you are training in the heat and sweating buckets, it is important to replenish lost electrolytes. Physical function may hang in the balance if electrolyte levels remain low after a workout. Resulting symptoms can include muscle fatigue, dizziness, and nausea. But the right sport drink can get those electrolytes back in the body, no sweat. Commercial sports drinks contains load of sugar, which slows down the rate at which water enters the blood. They…

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Stay energized throughout the day by feeding your ‘fire’. Ever go camping and wait until the fire is nearly out before putting on another log? Ridiculous. It just smolders and smokes a whole lot, but doesn’t catch fire. You sit there, frustrated, wishing you had not waited so long. Your body is the same: waiting until you’re really hungry and going hours without food, will cause your metabolism to extinguish rather than keep your fire…

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Life Without Dairy

Dietary Reference Intake for Calcium (Source: Health Canada)   Age Mg / Day Infants 0-6 months 200   7-12 months 260 Children 1-3 700   4-8 1000   9-18 1300 Females/Males 19-50 1000 Males 51-70 1000 Females 51-70 1200 Females/Males 71+ 1200     Many people come to me worried that they have to give up milk because of an intolerance to cow-dairy. But, where will I get my calcium from? My answer is: Don’t…

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It’s All About The Water

With up to 70% of our bodies made up of water, it is a vitally important nutrient and one which many of us do not get enough of regularly. Water plays many important roles: It helps to remove toxins from the body; it nourishes our body’s cells and enables many chemical interactions to take place. Water also helps to regulate the body’s temperature. Efficient waste removal is essential for a healthy mind and body and…

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At Whole Therapy, we believe that two heads are better than one. Our team works together to help people: It’s simple. Because one therapy is not always the one for everyone. We know that every body is different, and everyone has different goals, preferences, and timelines when it comes to their health and their bodies.


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