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  • Back to School Life

    Back to School Life

    Posted By: ProMeals

    As parents, we want what's best for our kids. We want them to be happy and healthy, and that includes making sure they have a nutritious lunch to eat at school. Preparing a healthy lunch for your kids to take to school is important for their physical and mental development.

  • School is around the corner!

    School is around the corner!

    Posted By: ProMeals

    It's that time of year again! The school bell is about to ring and your child is getting ready to head back to the classroom. If you're like most parents, you want to make sure your kids are prepared for the upcoming academic year.

  • 7 Meal Prep Recipes for Busy Families

    7 Meal Prep Recipes for Busy Families

    Posted By: ProMeals

    It can be tough to get a nutritious meal on the table every night, especially if you're short on time. Meal prepping can help take the stress out of dinnertime, but it can seem like a daunting task.

  • Cowboy Chicken Burger

    Cowboy Chicken Burger

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Welcome to the world of the Cowboy Chicken Burger! This juicy, delicious burger is made with ground chicken, fresh diced jalapeño, shredded cheddar cheese and chopped bacon all mixed together and grilled to perfection.

  • Cholesterol

    Cholesterol

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Cholesterol is a waxy, fatty substance that's found in all the cells in your body. Your body needs some cholesterol to make hormones, vitamin D, and substances that help you digest foods.

  • Child Obesity

    Child Obesity

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Child obesity is on the rise, and it is a problem that needs to be addressed. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the prevalence of childhood obesity in the United States has more than tripled since the 1970s.

  • Top 5 Health Issues in the US

    Top 5 Health Issues in the US

    Posted By: ProMeals

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), chronic disease is one of the top health issues in the United States.


  • 3 Largest Threats to Public Health

    3 Largest Threats to Public Health

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Climate change is one of the largest threats to public health. It is a major contributor to increased air pollution, which can lead to respiratory problems, heart disease and other illnesses.

  • 10 Things you should do everyday to improve your life

    10 Things you should do everyday to improve your life

    Posted By: ProMeals

    It is important to try to improve your life everyday. By taking small steps each day, you can make progress towards your goals and improve your overall wellbeing.

  • The Importance of Drinking Water and Staying Hydrated

    The Importance of Drinking Water and Staying Hydrated

    Posted By: ProMeals

    It is no secret that water is essential to our survival. Every cell, tissue, and organ in our bodies need water to function properly.

  • Exercising Regularly and Staying Active

    Exercising Regularly and Staying Active

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Exercising helps to improve overall health and fitness, and can prevent or manage various health conditions. Staying active also helps to reduce stress and promote positive mental health.

  • Junk food and your health

    Junk food and your health

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Junk food is foods that lack nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, and are high in kilojoules(energy), salts, sugars, and fats. Junk food is so-called because they don't play a role in healthy eating, especially if eaten in excess.

  • The Importance of Measuring and Watching Your Weights

    The Importance of Measuring and Watching Your Weight

    Posted By: ProMeals

    When it comes to your health, one of the most important things you can do is to maintain a healthy weight. Carrying around extra weight can put you at risk for a number of health problems, including heart disease, diabetes, and even certain types of cancer.

  • Multivitamin Supplements

    Multivitamin Supplements

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Sleep is crucial for our overall health and well-being. It allows our bodies to rest and repair, helps us to maintain a healthy weight, boosts our immune system, reduces stress levels, and improves our mood and concentration.



  • Why it's important to get enough good sleep

    Why it's important to get enough good sleep

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Sleep is crucial for our overall health and well-being. It allows our bodies to rest and repair, helps us to maintain a healthy weight, boosts our immune system, reduces stress levels, and improves our mood and concentration.


  • Benefits of limiting alcohol and smoking

    Benefits of limiting alcohol and smoking

    Posted By: ProMeals

    It’s no secret that alcohol and smoking are bad for your health. But did you know that limiting your intake of these substances can have some pretty significant health benefits?

  • Why cutting off-screen time is good for your health

    Why cutting off-screen time is good for your health

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Smartphones, gaming systems, and screens are everywhere. They are in our homes, bedrooms, offices, vehicles, pockets, and purses. Have you ever considered how much time you or your family members spend on a screen?

  • How Do Beginners Meal Prep for a Week?

    How Do Beginners Meal Prep for a Week?

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Meal prepping can be a huge help in many areas of life. It can help you have more energy, reach your weight loss goals, and save money on groceries! If you're new to meal prepping or looking for some helpful tips, this guide is for you.

  • Best Foods for Your Abs

    Best Foods for Your Abs

    Posted By: ProMeals

    You cannot just exercise your way to a taut stomach, you also have to eat right. The 12 amazing foods below are the healthy, stealthy secret weapon your abs will love.




  • 7 Ways to Stop Craving

    7 Ways to Stop Craving

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Food cravings are tour worst enemy.These are intense or uncontrollable desires for specific foods, stronger than normal hunger.



  • No Bake, 5 ingredients protein bars

    No Bake, 5 ingredients protein bars

    Posted By: ProMeals

    These 5-ingredient Protein Bars are super easy, packed with good nutrition, and perfect for breakfast or snack on the run. Plus, they are a no-bake recipe! This one’s a keeper.

  • Muscle Growth 101

    Muscle Growth 101

    Posted By: ProMeals

    How muscles are made is one lesson that we wished we would have listened to more carefully back in high school. We've spent an incredible amount of time trying to make muscles grow by training and eating correctly. Let us break it down, in three important components of muscle growth: Diet, Workout and Time.

  • 5 Benefits of Meal Prep

    5 Benefits of Meal Prep

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Did you know that red-staining foods are excellent lymph-movers? In fact, many plants that were historically used as dyes...






  • Eating at night does not make you fat

    Eating at night does not make you fat

    Posted By: ProMeals

    In the 6-month study, the scientists compared people who ate their largest meal at breakfast to those who ate their largest meal at dinner (8 p.m. or later). The participants who satisfied their late-night munchies not only lost more fat, they also experienced more fullness throughout the entire 6 months and saw more favorable changes to their fat loss hormones.

  • Mighty Macros

    Mighty Macros

    Posted By: ProMeals

    Proteins, Fats and Carbohydrates are the basic components of our diets. Yet some of us are confused as to what each of these are and whether or not they are good for us. All three are classed at Macronutrients (or macros) as they are required in large quantities within our diets; but what exactly are these three Mighty Macros?

  • Don’t drink calories

    Don’t drink calories

    Posted By: ProMeals

    One of the most valuable weight loss tips I can give you is to NOT drink calories. Sodas and alcohol are drinks laden with empty calories that do nothing good for your body, they add carbs and studies have shown that diet soda makes you fat by increasing your craving for sugar. If you are Diabetic, diet colas drive up your blood sugar higher than regular sodas. Go figure!

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