Spice up your diet! In this episode, learn simple ways to spice up your diet with our favorite herb and food combos, health benefits of spices, herbs for beginners, dry versus fresh and more spicy tips.
It's summertime social butterflies, so that means more dining out and grabbing meals on the run. In episode 108 we cover the best and worst meals to order at restaurants and fast food. Plus a #CSS winner!
An express episode for your busy summer Sunday! In 107, we cover all of the must-do's to enjoy the best of summer and 7 tips to master portion control.
A fun and helpful Q&A for your Father's Day! Covering our favorite supplements for travel, electrolytes and ketogenic diets, the purpose of cryotherapy, metabolic syndrome and more!
In all aspects of life, humans tend to get, and want to stay, comfortable. Whether it’s fitness, nutrition, work or relationships, there comes a time when you ask yourself what you can do to go from ditch to driven. Tune in for tips on digging out of fitness, nutrition, career and relationship ditches.
You're eating healthy, exercising, even meditating and a situation comes up that attempts to throw you off track. So when is it okay to bend rather than break your healthy living rules and when it’s okay to flat out break them, if ever? Answers plus 10 tips to make it easier to stick to a diet.
Memorial Day weekend means it’s officially summer! We love to have summer parties and entertain and are sharing our tips for healthy, summer entertaining that will thrill your guests while still getting them out of your house by 9pm!
There's a lot of health happening in this episode! Starting with a worth it or waste it for resistance bands, plus answers to questions like how can I cut back my sugar intake, what foods reduce bloating, getting in shape for summer (fast!) and more.
It's Sunday and it's Mother's Day so please enjoy this re-release of our episode featuring our very first fans of us in general, our moms!
The K-squared episode! We brought in our moms, Karen and Kathy, to chat about fitness fads and diet trends they remember and can't believe existed. Plus their tips for raising and feeding a family and most memorable kitchen mishaps.
When the 100th episode falls on Cinco de Mayo, you celebrate Food in Session style! Join us as we share the top 10 favorite episodes, the WORST episode of all time and a rapid fire Q&A. Plus, the absolute best worth it or waste to date!
Inflammation is a factor in many chronic conditions like arthritis and obesity. Inflammation is the body's immune system response to healing injuries, but treating chronic inflammation in conditions like these can be challenging. Learn how healthy lifestyle choices, like diet, can help reduce chronic inflammation.
Ideas for prepping keto meals, delicious uses for cauliflower rice, the low FODMAP diet and more in this Q&A!
Large family or small, you'll have a stress-free holiday with the menu planning and prepping tips in episode 97. We share Emily's recipes, timeline and tips for creating a delicious spread for your Easter, Mother's Day and spring get-togethers.
The Environmental Working Group released the 2019 Dirty Dozen list for fruits and vegetables and an oh-so-trending veggie made the list. Plus we share myths and facts about honey and a few reasons to think twice about that second glass of wine.
Exercise. Love it or hate it, it's important! In this episode we share simple ways to add fun to your fitness routine. Plus nutrition and cross training for runners (and wannabe runners!).
Should you store fruits and veggies in the refrigerator or countertop? How can I plant an herb garden that actually produces? What are the harmful effects of high blood sugar? Answers to these Qs and more in episode 94!
Apps make our lives convenient and easy by tapping on a little colored tile. We are sharing our favorite health, organization, work and tracker apps, plus learn how big of a business app development has become.
If you can find $50 your unknowingly spending, it can go towards that home gym, supplements you've been wanting to try, groceries or your favorite charity, and we were both surprised to find we were spending money we didn't even know about! Plus we share our top 10 favorite foods to buy at Aldi's.
The best part about these five-ingredient meals is that you probably already have the ingredients in your kitchen! Whip up one of these healthy, five-ingredient meals to save money, time and avoid the drive-thru, processed food mess.
What can too much sugar do to my body? What should I spend on a home gym and what to buy? What's your go-to vending machine snack? Answers to these questions and more on this Q&A!
We know a healthy diet and exercise are essential for a healthy heart but what other factors affect your ticker? We cover those and nutrition for the heart which has come under controversy. Plus a blood test that goes beyond the standard lipid panel and an online risk test to figure out your heart disease risk.
Today we are talking about Cupid in the kitchen...and cupid is YOU! We offer some healthy Valentine’s Day dinner & dessert ideas. It’s not necessary to drop loads of cash on the holiday. Get cooking!
We love a good Q&A! In this episode we answer your questions about sugar alcohols, cholesterol in food, the best things we have invested in for our health and much more. Plus the winner of Neat in the New Year is announced!
Half of you have done it and the other half are thinking about it. It's the 10 year challenge and it got us thinking about our health in 10 years, 20 years and beyond. What would you have done 10 years ago to take care of your health today? Learn nutrition, fitness and health concerns through the decades, tips to understanding your health insurance and what could really be behind the 10 year challenge that’ll have you keeping your selfies to yourself.
Keeping a promise to yourself matters. Tiny fissures develop in our relationships marked by broken promises and the exact same goes for yourself. You break so many promises to yourself even you don’t believe you! Learn to regain trust in yourself in this episode through building habits, one micro-promise at a time, and planning for obstacles.