Meal prep is a science! Much thought and care need to be taken when preparing appropriate amounts of food to consume. Portion size and Serving size are often used interchangeably but are very different. Serving Size This is a standardized amount of food that is often used to quantify recommended amounts, or represent quantities that people typically consume on a Nutrition Facts label. Portion size The amount of a particular
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Anthony Vennare is a fitness buff, family man, marine, and business enthusiast. Following his tenure in the armed forces, Anthony and his brother Joe Vennare have started several business ventures over the years, including Fitt City and Fitt Insider. The Fitt Insider platform offers a newsletter, podcast, and industry research, and has recently expanded into a fund for the health and wellness space. Anthony Vennare joined the Just FlexIt™ podcast
Ebenezer Samuel, C.S.C.S, FlexIt’s Head of Training & Innovation and Fitness Director of Men’s Health, joins The Next Rep™ to share some important health and wellness tips that can be completed Wherever, Whenever®. These simple-to-follow exercises are designed to be low lift opportunities to consistently improve one’s health and well-being. Working hard is just that, hard work. This can be tiresome for your brain activity, and poor posture can be
The average individual’s body is composed of about 60% water. It is important to regulate personal water intake because this fluctuates greatly throughout any given day due to normal body processes such as urination, bowel movements, sweating, and illnesses. If you lose more water than you take in, your body can become dehydrated. Mild dehydration can impact your mood, short-term memory, and ability to process information. Regarding how much water