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{Video} How to Do a Pantry Clean Out

by Marissa on January 20, 2016

pantry clean out

A clean and organized pantry is the first step in empowering healthy lifestyle changes. 

Imagine being prepared with a pantry stocked full of healthy food, snacks and ingredients at the ready. 

Click on the video to experience how a Marissa’s Well-being and Health Pantry Clean Out goes down.

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{Video} How to Make Detox Tea

January 11, 2016
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January is a popular time to cleanse and detox. I’m all about fresh starts and cleaning out your system, but I advocate doing it with real food rather than an all-juice cleanse. That said, this tasty detox tea can be enjoyed year-round and is so easy to make that you just may end up keeping […]

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Emotional Obesity with Laura Coe

November 24, 2014
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If you’ve ever felt emotionally heavy, chronically unfulfilled and detached from your purpose, then you’ll want to peek into this hangout with Laura Coe, Author of the forthcoming book, Emotional Obesity. In this raw interview, Laura and I get real about overcoming the limiting beliefs that kept us stuck in the past, including one I’d […]

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Apple Picking in New Jersey

October 2, 2014
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Living in New York City, for some, can be draining. More and more I’m feeling the need to get out of the city for extended periods of time: overnights, weekends, weeks, months (!!!) …  you get the picture. Where I once turned up my nose at an invitation to go to New Jersey, Long Island […]

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Tuesday Tip: How to Use Leftovers

July 2, 2013
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Next time you find yourself wondering how to use leftovers, do this: wrap them in a sheet of Nori. Nori is a sea vegetable found in the Asian foods section of your grocery store. It has tons of health benefits, including more Vitamin C than an orange. These wraps are perfect as an on-the-go lunch […]

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Tuesday Tip: How to Make Your Own Sports Drink

June 25, 2013
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Exercising outdoors in the summer heat can deplete your body of electrolytes, the chemicals in your body fluids responsible for muscle performance and the optimal function of the body’s many systems. Sweating out electrolytes in the summer heat means that you’ll need to replace them. While there are several sports drinks marketed as a way […]

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Top Tips for Surviving an Adventure Race + Spartan Race Recap

June 18, 2013
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At the beginning of 2013, I had a handful of fitness goals. None of which included an adventure or obstacle race. As a Fitfluential Ambassador, I was invited to participate in the Reebok Spartan Race in Tuxedo New York last weekend. At the time, I thought it seemed like a fun challenge. What I didn’t […]

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Tuesday Tip: How to Make Chia Pudding

June 11, 2013
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I’ve written about how to make chia pudding before, but it dawned on me that I’ve never actually shown you how to do it. So here it is. The secret with this is making sure the chia seeds don’t stick together in clumps. I’ve got it down to a science so see for yourself by […]

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Under Armour What’s Beautiful Re-defining The Female Athlete: Illness & Injury Edition #IWILL #Whatsbeautiful

June 4, 2013
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Last week my Under Armour clothes and shoes arrived, but I have yet to enjoy anything because I’ve been laid up with a bad cold since after Memorial Day weekend. Even when you eat for energy, illness happens. This week I’m getting real about the injury and illness that have set my goals back since […]

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