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A Guide to Portion Size and how to Control Serving Size During Meals

Understanding portion sizing and portion control is a crucial element of long-term weight loss, weight loss maintenance, and good health.  What’s more, having the ability to control your food intake is an irreplaceable part of having a healthy relationship with food. Many people find themselves unable to lose weight or keep weight gain away because they underestimate the power of portion control and how even small additions to our meals can have a significant impact in the long run.

 

In today’s guide, we’ll go over portion size and how to control your food intake.

 

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Why are Whole Foods Better for your Health than Processed? | Evolution Nutrition

We’ve all heard statements such as:

“Highly processed foods are bad for your health.”

“If you want to stay healthy and at normal body weight, eat whole and minimally processed foods.” 

The thing is, statements without backing don’t seem that convincing.  

Because of that, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to put this guide for you and go over everything you need to know about whole and processed foods.

 

See why it’s better to eat whole foods….

 

Whole Food & Processed Food 101 

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3 Tips on How to Exercise at Home & 4 Exercises To Do Without Weights

With the current situation regarding COVID-19 in the world, many of us are confined to our homes. 

Going out is not recommended (even restricted in some places), and going to our regular gyms for our exercise sessions is impossible.

So, what can we do then? Give up and forfeit all of our hard-earned fitness progress?

No. We should actively seek out ways to stay fit, even during quarantine for COVID-19. 

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Avocados - The Magical Fruit | Evolution Nutrition

Avocados are one of the healthiest and most versatile foods on the planet. So much so that many folks refer to avocado as ‘the magical fruit.’
If you’re interested in elevating your health and fitness, and adding tons of nutrients and healthy fats to your diet, then avocados should be your go-to food.
Today, we’ll go over everything you need to know about the magical fruit.

Avocado Nutrition 101

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Successful Visualization Techniques For Fitness Pros | Evolution Nutrition

When you take on a new client, do you ask them what their goals are? Of course, it’s critical, right? Before you create a plan for them, you find out what brought them to you and what they want to change; where they are today and where they want to be. You might even take a photo of them holding today’s newspaper, so that they can look at it later as proof of how far they’ve come.

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Holiday Weight Loss Challenge | Evolution Nutrition

The holiday season is near, which means lots of family meetings, going out, and, of course, eating delicious food for most of your clients.

 

Only, there’s a small problem:

The holidays can be a significant hindrance for many people and often lead to unwanted weight gain and feelings of guilt. Studies have shown an average of 1-2 lbs of weight gain from a single day of holiday eating which can add several thousand calories to your normal energy balance. No one likes to step on the scale after those 24 hours, but then adding stress & unhealthy habits also with your clients feeling they

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Workout Tips for Busy Moms | Evolution Nutrition

If you’ve ever felt like life pulls you in a thousand directions and the last thing you can fit is regular exercise, don’t worry. Today, we’ll take a look at three actionable workout tips to ensure more consistent and more efficient training.

 

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What is the Paleo Diet? The Truth About Paleo | Evolution Nutrition

Tens of thousands of years ago, before agriculture and McDonalds, humans thrived as hunter-gatherers. The diet of the ancient human consisted of mainly meat, fish, and certain fruits and vegetables.  Since the discovery of agriculture, the average diet branched out and began to include more grains, beans, dairy, and potatoes.

For a long time since then, this diverse way of eating was the norm. But one paper published in 1985 by Boyd Eaton and Melvin Konner changed the perception of nutrition for many. 

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