Nutrition: a “one-size-fits-all” approach is inadequate

Nutrition: a “one-size-fits-all” approach is inadequate

Articles, Nutrition

"The Bio-Signature weight loss program is not about
counting calories from a food chart."

Rather, the Bio-Signature Program focuses on adjusting foods and liquids to ensure you achieve the best balance for your body chemistry. Our practitioner will be a source of information for your nutritional needs. You will learn about specific foods, the point at which the body needs them and the natural process of body detoxification.

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Program design for structural imbalances

Program design for structural imbalances

Articles, Fitness

Executive 1 on 1 program

Program Design & personal training

Everyone understands that work can be stressful! While we cannot escape necessarily from work, we can do something about stress. When we talk about stress in the workplace, we are referring to Mind, Body and Spirit. For this article, mind encompasses the brain and the neurotransmitters. Body refers in general to the muscle, joints, bones and tissue, and Spirit to inner peace.

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NLC’s Future Top Athletes – Children’s Fitness Coming in January 2016

NLC’s Future Top Athletes – Children’s Fitness Coming in January 2016

Articles, Fitness

How young to start?

There is still some controversy about how young someone should start strength training. Frequently, I get concerns (and objections) from parents when their 15 year old wants to (or needs to) start strength training stating that they “should only start when they turn 16” as if something magically turns on that allows strength training to happen. Meanwhile, these same parents have had their kids doing hockey 10+ hours a week for 12 months a year.

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