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Real Women. Real Results: Beth R.

By Kate Horney Feeling joyful is what this season is all about! This includes the joy that comes from finally figuring out how to make the fat-loss lifestyle work for you, even during the hustle, bustle and stress of the holidays! Instead of letting the holidays take over our schedules and our waist-bands (hello, feasting season!) – we’re taking a different approach together. Here̵ ...[Read More]

FREE Holiday Fat Loss Webinar!

By Kate Horney Mark your calendars for free “holiday fat loss” learning!  Heather Dubé, co-creator of e3 Energy Evolved, a system to naturally rebalance health, change your body & live the fat loss lifestyle will be joining me for our next Holiday Fat Loss Webinar in the “Abs By Christmas” series. With over 40 years combined experience, Heather and Damian Dubé have educ ...[Read More]

Halloween Hangover?

Halloween Hangover?

By Kate Horney We’re human. And sometimes humans (even those of us living the fat-loss lifestyle) have a hard time resisting candy…especially at Halloween! If you found yourself eating a few too many treats last night and woke up feeling guilty, discouraged, and in a candy coma, this one’s for you… 3 mindset tips to get back on track after a one-time splurge:  ...[Read More]

Trick-or-Treat: Homemade Reese’s Cups

By Kate Horney You know I’m a peanut-butter-a-holic. 🙂 And I also happen to love chocolate, so naturally…I love reese’s cups. What I don’t love is the crazy amounts of sugar and ridiculous list of ingredients packed into each bite. Finally a fat-loss friendlier homemade reese’s chocolate peanut-butter treat just in time for Halloween… Added bonus: you can pronounce all of th ...[Read More]

5 Minute Homemade Peanut Butter

By Kate Horney Confession: I’m a peanut-butter-a-holic. Yes, it’s a real condition… Unfortunately, like many man made products we consume, the peanut-butter on our grocery shelves today is far from natural or good for fat loss. Traditional peanut butter – the “normal” kind that we’re accustomed to – is often loaded with trans-fat. Trans-fat keeps the ...[Read More]

Turkey Stuffed Zucchini

By Kira O’Donnell     When meal prepping for the week ahead, I find it important to make foods that will taste just as good, if not better, a few days later. I also love a recipe that combines my protein and my veggies all in one. This is one of those recipes! This recipe can be modified very easily by adding any number of your favorite chopped veggies or by omitting the ...[Read More]

Crustless Pumpkin Pie

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By Kate Horney Earlier this week, I was craving some pumpkin pie. Maybe because it’s fall or maybe because I’m seeing pumpkin treats everywhere… For some reason, I needed a pumpkin fix…STAT! I made this fat-loss friendly twist on traditional pumpkin pie, and it came out incredible! This recipe is quick & easy, and will make your taste buds AND your waistline happy! Crus ...[Read More]

Pumpkin Pie Protein Shake

By Jennifer Pittman  It’s pumpkin season!!! Ok, I might be a little too excited about pumpkin, but I just can’t help myself… Pumpkins are low in saturated fat and calories, are high in fiber and are very low in cholesterol and sodium. They are also chock full of vitamins and minerals such as: Vitamin E, Vitamin B6, Folate, Iron, Magnesium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Potassium. Not to ment ...[Read More]

Fat Loss Friendly Deviled Eggs

By Blair Lindler Deviled eggs are one of my favorite foods – Grandma turned me onto them when I was just a wee one. But as I’ve grown up, I’ve found new and “improved” (read: healthier) ways to make one of my favorite finger foods to take to picnics, pot-lucks, or any sort of party (football games included!) As football season comes into full swing with its tailgates and rivalries, this seems ...[Read More]

Kill That Craving

By Blair Lindler Where are my sugar junkies? I know you’re out there… Don’t worry, I’m not taking attendance.  I’m only asking for you to take ownership of one of your weaknesses (if you have it) and admit it to yourself.  You know the first step to breaking a habit? Admitting it.  Even if it’s just to yourself. Sugar is one of the more “addictive” substances that we consume – both deliberately an ...[Read More]