The EWG’s Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce offers some help when considering what to purchase at the grocery store. Reference this handy guide to see what produce is higher in pesticides and what produce is lower in pesticide.
In case you haven’t heard yet–you can follow our ongoing training with Mark as he is blogging at 12 Weeks 2 Life. Come follow along as we put him through the paces!
We are excited to introduce a new challenge today. For the next four (4) weeks the
challenge will be based on nutrition. Please contact us with any questions.
Week 1– Take all ‚Äúinflammatory foods‚Äù out of your home
Inflammatory foods includes sugar, all grains and starchy foods including bread,
pasta, cereal, rice, oatmeal, pastries, baked goods, apples, bananas, apricots,
grapes, melon, peaches, oranges, pears, papaya, mango, dried fruit, canned
fruit, corn, potatoes, sweet potatoes. Beverages including any of these
ingredients (can have:green tea, coffee, kombucha, and water)
**this first week is about getting foods out of your home before you start the lists)
Are you ready for our daily fitness challenge for the month of March?
It will only take you 5 minutes! So there is no excuse! Join in!
Week 1 (March 1-5)
4 sets of 30 second sphinx plank with 15 second breaks in between sets. Do it every single day.
Week 2 (March 6-12)
4 sets of 45 second sphinx plank with 15 second breaks in between sets. Do it every single day.
Week 3 (March 13-19)
4 sets of 60 second sphinx plank with 15 second breaks in between sets. Do it every single day.