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Two Fish You Should NEVER Eat!!!

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Fish can be so so so healthy!

It's really high protein and low fat, with the fat being the good kind of omega-3 fatty acids!

But not all fish are created equal, with some being more toxic than others!

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QuickFit Tip Of The Day

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Be wary of foods that are advertised as “low fat” or “low sugar”. It’s almost always an advertising gimmick. If it’s low fat, it’s typically high in sugar. If it’s low in sugar, it’s probably high in fat. Just because it’s advertised as being healthy, doesn’t make it healthy. Always read nutrition labels carefully.

- Personal Trainer Mike Donavanik, CSCS, CPT

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Make Your Own Black Bean Hummus

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Are you finally ready to give up potato chips as your go to snack in exchange for something that won't expand your waistline?

It's about time!

Scott from Dynamics of Motion and celebrity chef Paola Petrella are presenting you with a delicious, low fat recipe for black bean hummus, which can be made in just seconds!

Check out the video above to learn the simple recipe and share it with your friends!

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Impress your kids with a healthy after school snack and try Apple Cheddar English Muffins! Place some apple slices onto a whole-grain English muffin. Sprinkle with low-fat cheddar cheese — broil or toast until melted.

- Kitchen conscious food lover, Caitlin Cooks

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Greek Yogurt Sales Grow By 2500%

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Despite America's economic slump, Greek yogurt sales have managed to increase by 2500%. Now that's pretty impressive!

A recent report found sales of the thicker and higher in protein alternative to regular yogurt rose from $60 million a year to $1.5 billion a year!

We wish we would have gotten aboard that gravy train!

So why Greek? Why now?

It's healthier! Experts agree Greek yogurt's low-fat and high-protein ingredients have convinced customers it's worth double the price of regular yogurt.

Looks like Greek yogurt is here to stay!

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Quick low fat dressing: 1 tsp olive oil, 3 tbsp balsamic vinegar, 1 tbsp Dijon mustard, 1 tbsp honey (or maple syrup) and salt and pepper. It doubles as a great steak marinade!

- The Hot Plate

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Avoid regular salad dressings. Use fat free, low fat or the spray bottle dressings.

- Celebrity nutritionist Lisa DeFazio

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