Food Quality vs Calories and Macros- Which One Matters More

May 30, 2017

Food Quality vs Calories and Macros- Which One Matters More

May 30, 2017

By Scott Schutte Food Quality vs Calories and Macros Which one matters more? This past weekend I attended the Como Wellness Conference and the Physique Summit. Both were packed with useful information, but the overarching themes couldn’t have been more different. The Como Wellness Conference focused on local organic foods and gave little attention to […]

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Are Cheat Meals Really Cheating?

April 20, 2017

Are Cheat Meals Really Cheating?

April 20, 2017

By Melissa Reams It’s Friday, Finally! The time has come to have your “cheat meal.” You’ve been thinking about it all week, what should I have this week? Maybe you’ll use the family BBQ as your “cheat meal,” or perhaps you are in the mood for pizza. Tough decisions! Then, the moment comes and goes […]

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6 Tips for Mindfulness in The Workplace

March 22, 2017

6 Tips for Mindfulness in The Workplace

March 22, 2017

by Sydney Crombie Monotonous tasks and activities performed in the workplace cause brain fog and work burnout. Follow these simple steps to increase your productivity and focus, reduce work burnout and aid in problem solving. Identify the problem: whether it is stress, anxiety, boredom, or burnout, take a moment to figure out what is the […]

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The Average of 5

February 24, 2017

The Average of 5

February 24, 2017

By Nathan Kesterson, CSC Owner We’ve all heard it: “You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” Or, like grandma used to say, “birds of a feather flock together.” And the research appears to support it. A 20-year happiness study by Harvard psychologists, found that your happiness is significantly impacted […]

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Dr. Terry Wahls Profile

February 21, 2017

Dr. Terry Wahls Profile

February 21, 2017

By Lila Thullen When Dr. Terry Wahls was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2000, she began the conventional line of treatments. By 2007, she was confined to a zero-gravity chair, unable to run marathons, climb mountains, or even play with her children in the backyard like she used to. Once she recognized that the […]

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How to Make Your Busy Count

February 13, 2017

How to Make Your Busy Count

February 13, 2017

By Janine Stichter, PH.D We are all busy. We are constantly working, engaged in family activities, volunteering; only coming up periodically to get the bills paid and do laundry.   Everyone has a different combination of busy, hopefully sprinkled with some fun activities, but we would be hard pressed to find someone who wouldn’t say […]

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Foundations for Success: Mindset & Habits

February 9, 2017

Foundations for Success: Mindset & Habits

February 9, 2017

    By Nate Kesterson and Scott Schutte, CSC Owners When you talk about health and fitness, you hear a lot about about macros, cardio, strength training etc. While all of these things are important, the most important component is mindset. If you have the right mindset, preparing your meals beforehand becomes very easy. If […]

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COMO Wellness Conference

January 31, 2017

COMO Wellness Conference

January 31, 2017

By Lila Thullen Erin and I (Lila) came up with the idea of the CoMo Wellness Conference after recognizing a tremendous need in our community. Through our own experiences of using nutrition to heal along with talking with other members of the community, we realized that  many people are struggling and in search for the same answers we had […]

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Start By Adding

January 15, 2017

Start By Adding

January 15, 2017

By Nathan Kesterson We all have improvements we want to make to our bodies. Lose some body fat. Sculpt our abs. Define our arms. All of these are good goals. However, the problem comes when we create action plans that look something like this: “I’m going to stop eating chocolate.” “I’m going to give up […]

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What Starbucks Can Teach You About Nutrition

December 27, 2016

What Starbucks Can Teach You About Nutrition

December 27, 2016

By Nate Kesterson Starbucks can help you stick to your nutrition plan and get you to your goals. Sorry, it’s not with their loaded caramel frappucino. Instead, it is through their unique Starbucks employee training methods. While reading Charles Duhigg’s, The Power of Habit, I came across a wonderful story about the training methods used […]

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