10 03, 2017

THE CASE FOR BEING A MORNING PERSON

By | March 10th, 2017|Education|

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but this is a friendly reminder that you’re going to lose an hour of sleep this weekend. And if history and science prove true, Daylight Savings Time beginning on Sunday, March 12th could mess with your energy, mood, and sleep cycles for a few days.

While it’s never fun to …

24 02, 2017

TOP FITNESS TRENDS FOR 2017

By | February 24th, 2017|Education|

Wondering how to freshen up your lackluster training routine? Whether it’s maximizing your workout with new trainers and exercises, saving money on your gym membership while keeping your home routine exciting, or simply getting workout motivation delivered to your doorstep in the form of activewear and fitness outfits.

Here are some of the fitness trends to …

4 01, 2017

THE BENEFITS OF FITNESS WEARABLES

By | January 4th, 2017|Education|

While the LEVL device does not fit into the wearable category, it provides the missing piece of the wellness puzzle. When combined with a fitness wearable, LEVL will:

* Provide biomarker data to confirm wearable data and conclusions.

* Complement and add to health coach interaction as an engagement tool by providing accountability and stickiness.

* Assist wellness …

28 11, 2016

FALL & WINTER FOOD PREP TIPS

By | November 28th, 2016|Education|

Whether you’re a meal prep novice, need new cooking tips for when you’re short on time, or are sick of making the same healthy foods over and over, use this guide for fresh ideas and time-saving cooking hacks for satiating, healthy meals.

If you’re just getting started, consider reading our How to Be a Master …

4 11, 2016

RECIPE | PUMPKIN + CURRY SOUP WITH COCONUT MILK

By | November 4th, 2016|Recipes|

The rainy season has begun in Seattle and nothing tastes better than soup on a cold, gray day. This easy recipe is very filling and warms you up from the inside out. Store individual servings in mason jars and you’ll have lunch on hand for a few days.

PUMPKIN + CURRY SOUP WITH COCONUT MILK

  • 1 – 15 ounce can of pumpkin Ppuree …
28 10, 2016

WHY BREATH?

By | October 28th, 2016|Education|

Many people ask me, “How is it possible to quantify fat metabolism by measuring exhaled breath? Are there fat molecules in your breath?” Well, fat metabolism can be quantified by measuring a chemical in your breath and that chemical isn’t fat.

When fat is metabolized, some of the fat is converted into ketone bodies. Ketone bodies are defined by …

5 10, 2016

THE WORST SUGAR BOMBS OF THE SEASON

By | October 5th, 2016|Education|

If you’re telling yourself that eating those orange and green-topped mini candy pumpkins counts as “eating your vegetables,” and noshing on warm apple cider doughnuts means you’re taking advantage of seasonal fruit, you may be kidding yourself, but chances are, you’re not laughing at the joke when you step on the scale.

With so many pumpkin-flavored goodies on supermarket shelves, Halloween candy everywhere you …

21 09, 2016

RECIPE | FALL ROASTED VEGGIES

By | September 21st, 2016|Recipes|

As we round the corner to fall, the leaves are changing and so are our palates. It’s a perfect time for warm soups and roasted vegetables. Liz Josefsberg shares her favorite tips for making roasted fall veggies quick and simple.

  • If time is tight, spend the extra money to buy your veggies already prepped. Most …