Category: "Healthy Living" Articles

January 24, 2023
Are you an ectomorph, endomorph or mesomorph? These aren’t alien names but rather the most common body types that shape our structure – including muscle mass and body fat levels. In the 1940s, Dr....
January 18, 2023
Fitness and nutrition can seem confusing and complicated, in no small part thanks to the abundance of information and misinformation inundating our social media and news feed daily. With the impatience and short attention...
January 9, 2023
While our society generally understands that being overweight comes with certain health risks, many think that looking “fit” automatically means good health. Unfortunately, this is not the case.  People with a low BMI can...
January 1, 2023
Throughout my coaching career, I’ve identified five accountability styles that I use on my clients and myself. Understanding these styles, and which ones you might lean toward, can help you achieve your goals, whether...
January 1, 2023
“If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em!” This is exactly what Captain Experiences aims to do when it comes to the battle between technology and the outdoors. This Texas-based fishing and hunting trip booking...
January 1, 2023
Using your phone to improve your health sounds tempting, and many health apps promise to help users to create healthier habits — but which one is right for you?  Here are three apps that...
January 1, 2023
How far is too far to get the perfect body and mindset? Plastic surgery can change your appearance, sleeping pills can help with insomnia and Tylenol can ease chronic pain – but what if...
December 15, 2022
It’s almost that time again. However, I won’t participate in the annual “purge” — the one where you banish bad health habits and promise to live a squeaky clean, high-protein, vegan, macrobiotic lifestyle, nor...
December 3, 2022
How will you be different in a year? You get to choose.  One way to influence your future is to set a goal because, in any goal, there’s always a desire for a different...
December 1, 2022
New Year’s Eve marks the finish line of this year and the new beginnings we all so greatly desire. A new year is the starting line of new hopes and dreams — all things...
December 1, 2022
Nuun Sport Hydration Tablets | $7.49 Drop a single Nuun tablet into your on-the-go bottle of water and reap the benefits of optimized electrolytes with low sugar. Nuun tablets are certified vegan, gluten-free, kosher...
November 1, 2022
Just like us, influencers have busy schedules! Especially when you’re on the move all day and don’t have time to “graze” as you please, or if you travel frequently for work and don’t always...
November 1, 2022
Having started out as a private chef, Chef Carlos Crusco attended L’Ecole Ritz Escoffier in Paris, France and now runs a successful catering company in Austin. AFM got to speak with Crusco about how...
November 1, 2022
Food isn’t just a necessity; it’s an experience. A memorable experience that personal chefs like Michael Wards create with their cooking.  Aside from cooking great food, personal chefs wear many other hats — chef,...
November 1, 2022
Just as fitness can help an everyday person combat bad habits, so it can help the traditional restaurant chef. Whether it be alcoholism or bad diets, many chefs often turn to bad habits like...
October 9, 2022
Have you ever had a conversation with friends about a new product or topic and then, all of a sudden, you’re receiving ads on your smartphone for products that fit that category?  This technology...
October 6, 2022
Autumn is here, which means Halloween is likely on your mind. While thinking about which costume you’ll wear, you may consider hosting an event. You can see all of your loved ones and celebrate...
October 1, 2022
Two years ago, Regan Zuege signed up to run about seven marathons in seven days. The problem? The longest she had ever run at the time was four miles. Zuege is an Austinite, wife,...
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