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Sport Nutrition product review - Osmo Preload for Women

Osmo Nutrition, LLC Sausalito, CA About the Company from the website: Osmo: Feel great. Be great. Osmo exists to help you feel great, so you can be great. They have scientifically developed hydration and recovery products using natural ingredients to deliver proven performance benefits. They work hard to advance the understanding of how the human body works and what to consume to perform optimally. They strive to share what they learn with their customers to help them improve. Products: Osmo Preload Hydration for Men and Women Osmo Active Hydration for Men and Women Osmo Acute Recovery for Men and Women Osmo Whizz Wand Nutrition Facts Examples: Osmo Preload Hydration for Women Pineapple Margarita Serving size: 1 scoop (14g) Calories 35 Total Fat 0 g Sodium 1210 mg Potassium 80 mg Total Carb 7g Sugars 6g Protein 1g Ingredients: Sugar (Sucrose), Dextrose (D-Glucose), Trisodium Citrate, L-Leucine, L-Valine

Food prep hacks - buttermilk and hard-boiled eggs

We are all looking for ways to make cooking tasks easier or possible, especially when pressed for time or in need of a specific gadget or ingredient that is not readily available.  As part of our weekly newsletter (which is FREE - you can sign up on the main page of our website ), Joey has featured a few of her food prep hacks to help you out in the kitchen. Here are two of her latest hacks. If you have a food prep struggle or concern that you'd like her to figure out, just send us an email via our website.  Homemade Buttermilk By Joey Mock, RD, LD, CLT Most of us have come across recipes that we would really like to try but that call for an ingredient that is not a kitchen staple that we keep on hand. For me (and likely many others), buttermilk is one of those ingredients. I don’t typically keep it on hand (and don't really like purchasing a carton for a half-cup or cup serving) but love to use it in things like pancakes, muffins, and quick breads for that extra

To my friend Laura

The world lost an amazing person on Tuesday. My amazing friend Laura finished her journey on Earth and is now in a more comfortable place, looking over all her friends and family members, including her husband, brothers and sisters, mom and dad and two young kids. Laura lost her one-year battle with stage IV non-smoker lung cancer but you'd never know what she was battling as she always carried a beautiful smile, a positive attitude, helping heart and words of wisdom wherever she went. Although I wasn't in a lot of contact with Laura since moving from Jacksonville to Greenville in May 2014, Laura was the type of friend who was always there - no matter how little we talked or saw each other, she was always there when I needed her or wanted to catch up. I am sure others can agree that Laura was a loyal friend to everyone she cared about. When I moved to Jacksonville with Karel in 2008, I didn't know anyone in the area. Laura was my very first friend. We met (appr