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Menopause & Exercise

Happy Monday, blog readers! Hope you’re all doing well on this warm April day! Alright, enough with the chitchat, let’s get down to business. This week I want to talk about menopause.  AHH! Menopause. I know, exciting, right? Well, The Train Station has had a TON of new clients recently who are menopausal and I

Case of the Munchies

It has been one busy month. I don’t know about you, but when things get a bit hectic, I find myself running from one place to the next with little time to plan and prepare meals/snacks. When I’m not running around from location to location, I spend lots of time (too much time!) sitting and

Weight Loss and Your Knees

How many miles do you think you’ll walk in your lifetime? My Google search turned up several sites that said the average moderately active person will walk 115,500 miles in their life. How well do you think your knees will hold up for all that walking? I came across an article involving a study about

Best Granola Ever!

Best Granola Ever! One of our sweeter than sweet clients, Kim Kresenberg, gave us the most delicious, crunchy granola for Christmas and was kind enough to share the recipe too. It was all I could do not to devour it in one sitting, that’s how yummy it was. You can have it for breakfast with

Simple Foods Swaps That Save 100 Calories

Did you know that just cutting 100 calories a day can help you loose 10 pounds a year?  The easiest way to cut your calories down is to swap foods that are “one for one”. Exchange your fatty favorites foods for lower calorie ones. Example: breads for lower calorie ones, chips for lower calorie chips.