1. Kimchi Fried Rice

    Here is a recipe that keeps well and helps boost the immune system for the “back to school” sicknesses! Also you can mix and match veggies to suit your families tastes. If you want to keep it on the mild side, substitute Kimchi for Sauerkraut or just use less. 1–2 Tablespoon oil (peanut oil g…Read More

  2. We are on a mission!

    We just recorded our 56th episode of our Take Control Radio podcast where Dr Joseph F Pohl, MD dives into pregnancy and oxidative stress. Click the link below and give it a listen: https://soundcloud.com/…/episode-56-oxidative-stress-in-pre… And if you really enjoyed the covno. We want to pers…Read More

  3. The Most Random Post Ever!

    My favorite core exercise is hands down the 1/2 kneeling pallof press. Who is this pallof guy anyways? Whoever he is...thanks dude. And whatever the controversy is around core training... Crunches...no crunches...I always come back to this one to train my core. It’s perfect because it opens up you…Read More

  4. Comfort Food Season!

    Comfort food season!!! *Beef Stew is a must*   Here’s a few musts when making great, flavorful stew:   1. Sear your meat before simmering! This enhances the flavor of the meat, and the liquid it’s cooked in.     2.Let the meat dry! This will help you get more color. You can toss in flour and…Read More

  5. Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie

    Are you serious?!  Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie INGREDIENTS: 1/4 cup ice 1 cup non-dairy milk 1 banana (optional: frozen) 1 scoop of chocolate JP complete 1 spoonful natural peanut butter or PB2 peanut butter powder or almond butter Blend the ingredients into the cup in the same order they ar…Read More

  6. Tropical Pork Enchilada Bowls

    Hey Guys! So, it’s about that time again. Time for the kiddos to head back to school and your days are about to get crazy busy. Try this crockpot recipe to make things a little easier. Precut up veggies and pre-make rice. Ingredients: Sauce 1 larger can of red enchilada sauce 1 cup of pineapple ju…Read More

  7. One Simple Change One Day at a Time

    A new age world with easy access and everything at our fingertips. People eating more, moving less. More time spent watching tv and playing on electronics and less time playing outside. Never home, driving thru the drive thru, making something quick in a box or throwing a tv dinner in the microwave.…Read More

  8. Let’s Do Some Math

    Let's do some math. Before I begin, can I let you know I hate math? It's just not for me. But for weight loss, it's kind of important. Time to paint a picture... You want to lose weight. Nice. Let's do it. To lose weight we need to be in a caloric deficit . And let's say you maintain your weight at …Read More

  9. Winning

    Winning. Yesterday I wrote a post about getting up earlier than usual so that you can prep some meals for the day, which will keep you on track to reach whatever your body composition and life goals are. I wrote that by getting up earlier, I am able to enjoy a morning routine where I don't feel rush…Read More

  10. Sweet Potato Nachos

    Sweet Potato Chips   4 sweet potatoes 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 teaspoons chili powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon of seasoned salt   Instructions   preheat the oven to 425. Peel the sweet potatoes and slice thin. (the thinner the slices the crisper the chips) In a large bo…Read More