Category: Blog Post

Moroccan Lentil and Sweet Potato Stew

  Moroccan Lentil and Sweet Potato Stew   As the weather grows colder, all I want to do is curl up on the couch with a big bowl of stew. Not to mention that soups are so easy when it comes to meal prep for the week. I throw everything into one pot on Sunday,… Read more »

Vegan and Gluten-Free Enchiladas Verde

  Although cooking is not a strong suit of mine, I really enjoy entertaining and cooking for my friends and family on special occasions, whether it be recovering from a surgery, loss of a family member, new baby…everyone appreciates the opportunity where they don’t have to worry about dinner. Earlier this month a friend of… Read more »

Authenticity: The True Measure of Relevance

“Authenticity is a collection of choices that we make every day. It’s about the choice to show up and be real. The choice to be honest. The choice to let our true selves be seen.” -Brene Brown   I turned 38 last week, and it feels…different.  Nothing to do with feeling older; in fact, just… Read more »

Hydration: The underrated Performance Enhancer

    Hydration: The underappreciated performance enhancer   The summer heat is on and with it comes increased sweat with exercise. Sweating is necessary for the body to cool it’s core temperature, and without effective sweating we would essentially cook our cells.   People sweat in different ways. For some, the sweat pours off of… Read more »

Reclaiming Mobility and Confidence: Post-Rehab Personal Training with Amber

“As a ten-year stroke victim and four year Esophageal Cancer Survivor Amber has changed my life physically and mentally.  Amber helps my life 3 times a week with private training. I love watching my body transform inside and out.” – Michele Rifkin   After building my career as a personal trainer and working with a… Read more »

AddeoFit Welcomes Savannah Wisth to the Team!

Since Savannah Wisth began her internship at AddeoFit, I don’t think I’ve seen her in the same place once. Whether she is teaching Blast HIIT or assisting with our KidFit program, she is definitely our girl on the go! After sitting down to chat, it became clear that being active is second nature to Savannah,… Read more »

Easy Vegetable and Ham Frittata

  “Summer is officially here and with it the HEAT! Don’t let the fear of heating up the house with the oven stop you from creating a healthy, nutritious meal.   Allow me to reintroduce you to your long-lost friend, your slow cooker!  On hot, humid days let your slow cooker make your meal with… Read more »

Summer Strawberry and Avocado Smoothie

Smoothies are the perfect Summer food. They’re easy to make, portable when you’re on the go, healthy (most of the time) and they’re delicious! I love a healthy smoothie packed with nutrition, but sometimes, the popular recipes that we see circulating on social media are healthy, but hardly appetizing. While kale is no doubt a… Read more »

Ask the Nutritionist: What Should I Eat Before I Exercise?

  The short answer: It varies.   Most athletes and every day exercisers underestimate the importance of pre-exercise fueling. The benefits of a pre-exercise meal are multi-faceted. Pre-exercise fueling helps maintain blood glucose levels to avoid hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), which negatively impacts performance. The right food choices can also alleviate upper gastrointestinal (GI) discomfort… Read more »

Becoming the Best Version of Myself: Kristen’s Story

  “Surrender to what is.  Let go of what was. Have faith in what will be.” Sonia Ricotti   Words can be very powerful; some might even say life changing.  For me, the words above have become a sort of mantra that I first embodied during a time in my life that was filled with… Read more »