Entries by everybodysfit


Dr. Megan Johnson McCullough owns a fitness studio in Oceanside CA called Every BODY's Fit. She has a Doctorate in Health and Human Performance, M.A. in Physical Education & Health Science, and she's an NASM Master Trainer & Instructor. She's also a professional natural bodybuilder, fitness model, Wellness Coach, and AFAA Group Exercise Instructor. She has 6 books on Amazon too,.

Holistic Health – Using non-traditional approaches for the human body

The term “holistic” has increasingly gained attention in the health field. This is an approach to living that encompasses many dimensions of wellness. In doing so, the whole person is considered, so treatments and healing approaches take into account each… 0 Shares |

Calories: No need for a receipt, they always count

We have to eat to live. Food is a necessity and with its consumption comes constant decision making. Consider how many times per day you think about food. All these choices have a label on them (even on restaurant menus… 0 Shares |

Body Odor – Don’t let that smell be me

Ever been to the gym and the stench of sweat fills the air or even worse, you get self-conscious because you can smell yourself? Body odor and perspiration are part of life. This can happen while exercising, when feeling too… 0 Shares |

Chia seeds – Teeny tiny but loaded with health benefits

Cha-cha-cha-chia…. you remember the Chia Pet?? Now, health food stores are making claims that these tiny seeds are packed with nutrients and can help curb hunger. Chia is a type of seed that come from the Mexican desert plant called… 0 Shares |

Cornstarch – Thickening the waistline too

Cornstarch has a bad reputation but is still so popularly used and consumed. It is an ingredient that thickens soups, sauces, and desserts. Cornstarch is versatile and the answer to many cooking recipes. Other uses include softening baked goods, holding… 0 Shares |

Cleaning Products – Not clean for our health

Our lungs are subject to many toxins and chemicals as part of our daily living, but especially when we go into cleaning mode. We scrub and wipe and spray those products on surfaces over and over, more and more, until… 0 Shares |

Broccoli & Cauliflower – Vegetables our body can use

Eating our vegetables is a common early lesson we learn about nutrition. Some of us didn’t get dessert until we ate all the vegetables on our plate. Broccoli and cauliflower are two types of veggies often consumed together and are… 0 Shares |

Onions – Potent smelling veggie

It’s the vegetable that can make you cry. Onions are part of the Allium genus of flowering plants which includes garlic, leeks, and chives. A medium onion only has 44 calories, so they’re super low for your daily budget, but are nutritionally… 0 Shares |

Pasta – The nutrition of noodles

Pasta is one of those foods that gets a bad reputation but remains a popular staple of the American diet. The truth lies in type, what you have with the pasta, and the quantity you are consuming. The traditional restaurant’s… 0 Shares |

Brown Rice vs White Rice – Who wins the grain award?

Rice is a popular grain that is a staple of many people’s diets, especially those in Asia. White rice is the more widely consumed type; however, many have turned to brown rice as the healthier option. There are certainly differences… 0 Shares |