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Best Foods for Fat Loss Eating Challenge: Eating 10 Pounds of Food for Less Than 2,000 Calories

Best Foods for Fat Loss Eating Challenge: Eating 10 Pounds of Food for Less Than 2,000 Calories

When it comes to fat loss, calories and energy balance matter more than anything. If you’re eating fewer calories than your body needs, it will begin to pull stored energy from body fat and other tissues to create the energy and sustain its vital functions. […]

Nutrition for Kids: How to Teach Kids About Nutrition, Healthy Eating, and Body Weight Management

Nutrition for Kids: How to Teach Kids About Nutrition, Healthy Eating, and Body Weight Management

I know this goes without saying, but nutrition for kids starts with you, the parent. Leading by example with your eating habits and food choices, cooking and shopping, and overall healthy living is the best route to setting your kids up for a healthy life. […]

How to Choose a Nutrition Strategy and Four Tips for Tracking Nutrition and Flexible Dieting

How to Choose a Nutrition Strategy and Four Tips for Tracking Nutrition and Flexible Dieting

This is a guest post from Hunter Munch, a Little Rock-based fitness coach and a regular contributor to masonfit.com.   Progress is rarely linear and tends to leave even the most resilient frustrated and doubtful that they’ll achieve their fitness goals. In turn, this doubt casts […]

How to Make Healthy Food Choices at Fast Food Restaurants Without Spending a Ton of Money

How to Make Healthy Food Choices at Fast Food Restaurants Without Spending a Ton of Money

Where do you stand on fast food in terms of it being a healthy option or including it in an otherwise healthy diet? Most people assume that fast food and healthy living are like oil and water, unable to blend. The basis for this assumption […]

What’s the Deal with Heart Rate Monitors? Should You Use One and Which Kind Should You Buy?

What’s the Deal with Heart Rate Monitors? Should You Use One and Which Kind Should You Buy?

This is a guest post from Hunter Munch, a Little Rock-based fitness coach. Hunter works with Orange Theory Fitness Little Rock, which if you’re not familiar, tracks heart rate during every training session. As a data nerd, I thought it would be interesting to get […]

12 Books You Should Read If You’re into Health & Fitness

12 Books You Should Read If You’re into Health & Fitness

Reading changed my life. I loved to read as a kid but replaced books with games and other hobbies as I grew older. In my early 20s, however, I slowly became a voracious reader. I owe most of that to fitness, as my reading obsession […]

Stop Overpaying for Organic, Almond Butter, Fancy Ice Cream, Protein Powder, and Other Healthy Food

Stop Overpaying for Organic, Almond Butter, Fancy Ice Cream, Protein Powder, and Other Healthy Food

The food industry is a booming market thanks to our increased awareness of nutrition and its effects on our health and appearance. With one product placement from a social media influencer, your product(s) could be in the hands of millions of consumers in the blink […]

10-Minute High-Protein Breakfast Option: Egg White & Hash Brown Frittata and Omelet Hybrid (Frittomelet)

10-Minute High-Protein Breakfast Option: Egg White & Hash Brown Frittata and Omelet Hybrid (Frittomelet)

Like many great things before it, including Jon Snow, this dish was an accident. What started out as my usual scramble turned into a beautiful (in its own way) frittomelet. Whatever you want to call it, this meal is super easy to make, takes very little skill […]

4 Ways to Stay Unhealthy and Fat This Year

4 Ways to Stay Unhealthy and Fat This Year

I have to admit, I’m not going to teach you how to be fat in this article. You can find that version at masonfat.com. Just kidding. I’m not sure what you’ll find there. Nope, today I’m going to give four very real scenarios that I […]

4 Ways to Improve Self-Acceptance and Become the Best Version of Yourself

4 Ways to Improve Self-Acceptance and Become the Best Version of Yourself

Let’s get it out in the open – we all have things we don’t like about ourselves. Many of us have a long list of things we would love to improve, and that’s perfectly natural. According to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, a motivational psychology theory, we have a […]