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Whole Foods for Health

Greens, veggies, fruits, potatoes, beans, whole grains and legumes.   Eat them every day. Now go run! Keli 🙂

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World Veg Fest – October 2018

On October 27th, it's World Vegetarian Day and the San Francisco Veg Society (SFVS) is hosting  World Veg Fest.   It's an action-packed weekend featuring informative lectures by influential members of the veg movement, creative plant-based cooking demos, delicious vegan cuisine, free samples, vegan-friendly merchandise, and more! My friend Stephanie and I are heading into SF …

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Evidence-Based Nutrition – Yeah It’s a Thing

It's really hard to figure out what to eat for good health.   And if you rely on the inter webs for your dietary advice, well, Godspeed because it's a cluster out there. Enter evidenced-based nutrition courtesy of NutritionFacts.org (www.nutritionfacts.org).   The brainchild of Dr. Michael Greger, this site aims to present you (and your doctor) …

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IDEA World Convention Wrap Up

In late June I attended the IDEA World Convention in San Diego.  Thousands of club and studio owners, group instructors, personal trainers, health coaches, wellness coaches, yoga and pilates and barre instructors descended on San Diego for this enormous event. The convention was overwhelming to this first-timer.  There were classes, workshops, lectures and Q&A sessions …

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Scimper Scamper to Kinder Products

Kinder, cruelty-free beauty products.  I'm all for them.  My thinking is, if you can replace just a few things in your makeup bag with ones that are better for our furry and fluffy friends, why not?  Every little bit helps. The Leaping Bunny (http://www.leapingbunny.org/about/us) A comprehensive website and shopping app where you can find cruelty-free …

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Hop On the Training Train

Let's say you are encouraged to register for a race.  Yay!  Races are fun, right?  Your friends high-five you, they tag you on social media with super-cool hashtags (#awesome, #thisgirlruns) and then it's on. Sooo, now what?  Right?! Training for a race or event takes three things.  A training plan. Some jiggering of your schedule …

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