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Blended Pumpkin Smoothie and Soup Recipes

05Dec

Written by Coach Scott
Holiday Pumpkin Smoothie

Pumpkin recipes abound during the end of year holidays. Usually in the form of pies, ice cream, flavored coffee and more. Thought I would take you a few minutes to prepare a couple blender recipes. Hopefully none of your pumpkin goes to waste! Pumpkin Pie Smoothie    1 cup pumpkin purée, fresh (best option) or […]

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Red and Green Christmas – Vitamix Recipes

29Nov

Written by Coach Scott
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When people think of Christmas, the colors that come to mind are Red and Green. And in the spirit of these colors I have created 2 colorful and delicious recipes using the amazing Vitamix machine. By the way these are my two favorite recipes. Green Asparagus Soup  4 Small Petite Potatoes 1/2 lbs. Asparagus 1/4 […]

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Depression & Robin Williams: Overcoming Mental Health Issues

12Aug

Written by Fadi Malouf

“If there’s a smile on my face, it’s only there trying to fool the public.” — The Miracles, Tears of a Clown By now most of the world has heard of the death and alleged suicide of actor and comedian, Robin Williams. While the world mourns, there are many who might wonder as to what […]

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Health & Wealth: Keeping Up With The Numbers

30Jul

Written by Kari Lloyd
Health & Wealth: Keeping Up With The Numbers

If you were to ask people how much they liked math class in school or dealing with numbers on a daily basis, it’s a safe bet that there would be very few who would raise their hands. However, numbers are hugely important in life, particularly when it comes to both your wealth and your health. […]

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World Cup Soccer Series Part 3: Nutrition

06Jul

Written by BBF Team
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       This is our third installment of our series World Cup training.  You may recall our first installment on the history of soccer and our second dealt with physical training.  Today we will discuss how nutrition plays a key role in training and playing the game of soccer/football. Nutrition is a key part […]

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World Cup 2014 Soccer Series Part 2: Physical Training

20Jun

Written by BBF Team
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  This is our second installment of our World Cup Series. You may recall World Cup Series Part 1 dealt with History.  Here we like to focus on training your body.   How to Train Like A Soccer Player Soccer players are always moving up and down the field, so they need to be fast on their […]

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World Cup 2014 Series Part 1 History Of Soccer

13Jun

Written by BBF Team
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  History Of Soccer and The World Cup   When and where exactly did soccer start? No one has an exact answer. Historians have found proof of soccer as early as 2-3 B.C. in China. Romanian and Greek historians also have documentation showing that soccer was played in the early B.C. era.       […]

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How Can Changing My Diet Affect My Asthma?

13May

Written by JayBird
Asthma

Asthma   What Is Asthma? Asthma is a chronic lung disease characterized by inflammation and spasm of the airways. Causing breathing problems such as coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath. Asthma can be triggered by environmental factors, infections, allergies, exercise, temperature changes or other airway irritants. By properly managing asthma, however, such as avoiding being […]

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Body By Fadi Client Success Story Robin Tanis

12May

Written by Fadi Malouf
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Robin Tanis     Who is Robin Tanis?   Hello gang this is Fadi Malouf of Body By Fadi  here to share with you an interview with one of my favorite clients, Robin Tanis. The main objective with this is to highlight her success first of all, get some tips about her lifestyle, and how she […]

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

10May

Written by JayBird
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

 Irritable Bowel Syndrome- IBS Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an intestinal disorder that causes abdominal pain or discomfort, cramping or bloating, and diarrhea or constipation. Irritable bowel syndrome is a long-term but manageable condition. IBS is one of the most common intestinal disorders. Most people’s symptoms are so mild that they never see a doctor […]

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