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New Year New Me! If you’re like most people, you’ll be starting off the new year with a selfie and adding the caption #newyearnewme. If you’re like most people, you’ll set a health and wellness goal for 2020 and sadly, if you’re like most people, you’ll give up come February. Nearly 80% of people will fail in reaching their New Years resolution. Why?A goal without a plan is a dream. 80% of people fail because they don’t have a realistic and detailed plan on how to get from point A (today) to point B (where you want to be). That’s...

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Do you feel overwhelmed because you don't know what diet is right for you?   What are you going to do differently this year to finally take control of your health? 💪   Individualized nutrition coaching provides you with a customized plan and the support you need to see lasting results with a nutrition coach!   Book a free intro today! https://www.crossfitaestus.com/pages/nutrition nutrition@crossfitaestus.com  

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The top 3 New Year’s Resolutions are all related to exercise, weight loss, and healthy eating. It’s overwhelmingly clear that we all want to become healthier versions of ourselves, but there is a giant hole in our ambitious plans. 80% of New Year’s Resolutions have been failed, forgotten, or abandoned by mid-February!  Where is the disconnect? 35% of participants who failed their New Year's Resolutions admitted they had unrealistic goals, 33% of participants didn't keep track of their progress, and 23% forgot about them; about one in 10 respondents claimed they made too many resolutions. Let us help you set realistic...

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3 Ways to Sneak More Veggies into Your Diet   There's no denying we need vegetables. They're rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and they're a great way to bulk up a meal to help us feel full and satisfied. Here are some ideas to work more vegetables in your diet.  #1 - Add veggies to dishes you already love. Layer zucchini slices into lasagna. Stir chopped up broccoli florets into a stir fry. Or toss spinach into an omelet or smoothie.  #2 - Enhance your favorite soups by adding vegetables. Just add raw or frozen vegetables while you're heating or cooking the...

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When it comes to your nutrition, you always want more bang for your buck. That’s why we encourage a variety of whole foods in every meal. Foods high in nutrients, specifically micronutrients are what provide us with not only our carbs, fat, and protein, but antioxidants, minerals, and phytonutrients that are important for our health. Reach for foods that are closest to their original form (minimally processed, if processed at all) when eating for nutrients!

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