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 Food Target

FOOD TARGET

The Food Target® is a simple, easy-to-use guide that focuses on a balance of carbohydrates, proteins and fats while incorporating an assessment of the quality of these macronutrients. 

Dynamic Warm-Up

Dynamic Warm-Up helps you transition from static to active. Foundation Exercises are a group of yoga poses to help improve posture, strength, flexibility, balance, and fitness.

EAT GUIDE

Stop focusing on the foods you can’t eat and double down on the foods you should and can eat. This EAT guide includes all the foods at the center of the Food Target®. Try to eat in the center of the target for a day, a week or even try our 21-day eat challenge.

We are dependent on certain bacteria to help digest our food, release energy, produce certain vitamins, regulate our immune system, and keep us healthy. Here is a chart to show you how to get these pre, pro and symbiotic from foods vs. a pill.

If you desire better health, it all begins by asking a better question. These are the top health metrics to know while working with your health professional. It is not just about knowing, it is about doing in order to improve your numbers if desired.

Here is a look at five different sample nutrition days. Red, Orange, Yellow, Light Green and Dark Green.

Ingredients are the number one indicator of quality. Start to upgrade your favorite processed foods with better options.

The point of On Target Living® is to guide you to REST | EAT | MOVE. Use these three guides to help you feel your best.

A list of brands and products we recommend for high quality foods.

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