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If your fitness enthusiast, or just want the facts on good nutrition so you can make heathy choices, you can read all about the latest in nutrition news here. ACE Fit offers nutritional research, recipes, diet tips, and many other ways to help you eat healthy. And you can can read about it all in one place!

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How to Pack Healthy Lunches for You and Your Family

posted: Monday, September 22, 2014   by: Gina Crome

Daily responsibilities present enough challenges for busy families—and lunch shouldn’t add to that list. With a bit of planning, family brown-bag lunches, even just one day a week, can improve your health and save hard-earned money.

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How to Eat and Train for a Mesomorph Body Type

posted: Thursday, September 18, 2014   by: U Rock Girl!

If you’re struggling to meet your health and fitness goals, despite major efforts to clean up your diet and stick to your workouts, it could be that you’re eating and training for a body type other than your own. There are three dominant body types—mesomorphs, endomorphs and ectomorphs. In this first of a three-part series, learn how to eat and train most effectively if you have a mesomorph body type.

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Food Swaps That Can Improve the Western Diet Lover's Health

posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014   by: The Nutrition Twins

If you find yourself consuming a typical American diet, the Nutrition Twins have some great tips to help you slowly ease out. If you’re looking to shed a few pounds, these small steps add up and will help facilitate weight loss. And if you don’t consume a Westernized diet, consider this a checklist to make sure you’re on the right track when it comes to your diet.

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The Lowdown on the Low-glycemic Diet

posted: Monday, August 11, 2014   by: Gina Crome

What is the low-glycemic diet and is it right for you? Registered dietitian and ACE Certified Personal Trainer Gina Crome explains how the principles of this diet, when combined with an overall healthy lifestyle, can be a helpful tool for weight management.

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5 Secrets for Firing up Your Metabolism

posted: Thursday, August 07, 2014   by: The Nutrition Twins

There’s no question that some people seem to have been born with a faster metabolism than others, but that doesn’t mean you can’t help yours move a little faster. The Nutrition Twins® share their fives secrets for firing up your metabolism so you can burn more calories all day long.

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5 Steps To Being A Grocery Shopping Guru

posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014   by: Kelley Vargo

Grocery shopping can feel like a huge chore, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Check out these five steps that will help streamline your weekly visit to the grocery store and keep you on track with your health and fitness goals, effectively turning you into a “grocery shopping” guru.

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Snacks: Friends or Foes?

posted: Thursday, July 24, 2014   by: The Nutrition Twins

Having a small amount of food in between lunch and dinner is a perfect way to curb your hunger and sneak some extra nutrients into your day. But choosing the wrong snack can have the opposite effect. The Nutrition Twins explain the difference between a good and not-so-good snack and offer some great suggestions for your next between-meal break.

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Fun Ways to Add Avocado to Your Diet This Summer

posted: Monday, July 21, 2014   by: Gina Crome

Cool, creamy and packed full of nutrients, avocados are a delicious addition to our favorite summer dishes. Here are some delicious recipes that make great use of the avocado’s unique flavor and texture.

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How to Be More Mindful When You Eat

posted: Thursday, June 12, 2014   by: Elizabeth Kovar

Do you find yourself rushing through your day, anxious to check everything off your to-do list? For many, mealtime becomes one more obligation that needs to be done quickly. Unfortunately, this habit can make losing weight an even greater challenge. Elizabeth Kovar explains how negative thoughts and what she calls “speed disease” could be keeping your from achieving your health and wellness goals.

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When Coworkers Want to Be Your Co-eaters

posted: Thursday, May 22, 2014   by: Michael Mantell

If you’re trying to stick to your healthy eating plan and goals, the workplace can be full of landmines designed to trip you up—Halloween candy, birthday celebrations, dinner meetings. Even your well-meaning coworkers can derail or diminish your efforts. Dr. Michael Mantell offers five great tips for dealing with “diet saboteurs” and how to politely deflect their often less-than-positive influence.

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