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If anyone is questioning the science and logic behind cutting out processed and simple carbohydrates, and focusing on healthy proteins & fats, here is another study pointing to the benefits of eating paleo/whole30.

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It is true that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Of course it's also important to make sure you're fueling your body the right way, giving it the right nutrients to fire up your metabolism right away
Here is a perfect example of what a great breakfast should look like: Eggs sunny side up that have been cooked in coconut oil & an avocado with a pinch of salt and pepper.
Eggs are a great source of protein to help fuel your muscle & the avocado is an amazing source of healthy fats to keep you fuller longer. Nutrient dense and packed with more potassium than a banana!

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Make the change now and experience the most efficient exercise program around!

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(Recipe of the Week) Crispy fried eggs with atop fresh greens and crunchy carrot ribbons makes for a delicious meal that may become your new go-to breakfast. It comes together in seconds and is a perfect mix of textures and flavors! Enjoy this week!

Sunnyside Salad

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2 cups mixed greens
1 large carrot, peeled
1 heaping tablespoon ghee or coconut oil
2 large eggs
Sea salt
Freshly ground black pepper
Aged balsamic vinegar


Heat a small cast iron skillet on high. Get it super hot before you start cooking your eggs. In the meantime, pile some salad greens into a bowl.
Use a vegetable peeler to shred some carrots on top of the lettuce.
Once the skillet is screaming hot, add a big dollop of ghee or coconut oil.
Crack 2 eggs in a bowl and pour them into the hot skillet. The whites touching the skillet will blister and cook right away, but the raised whites near the yolk need a little extra help to cook through. Tilt the skillet away from you (so the ghee doesn’t splatter on you and your pretty clothes), and use an offset spoon to baste the whites with the hot ghee. Remember to use a towel or wear an oven mitt when you grab the handle of the skillet.
Once the whites on top are set, turn off the heat. When you peek underneath, the eggs should be crispy and golden brown.
Remove the eggs and place them on top of your salad. Season to taste with salt and pepper and your favorite aged balsamic vinegar.

(Note: This dish is approved for the 30-Day Metabolic Comeback™.)

Find all of the delicious recipes of the week on our Pinterest Boards or Whole-Food Recipes page on

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Get Excited! Talk to your coaches about the NATIONAL Metabolic Challenge!

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A great laugh for your Wednesday! 

"I am impressed with how smart The Exercise Coach approach is. Their thoughtful methodology and one-of-a-kind technology is unlike anything I have ever experienced. They have created an innovative solution for people who want strength and health made simple."
- Michael Eades, Best Selling Author, Protein Power

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Great lecture on proper nutrition, what has happened to our food over the course of time, and what happens to our bodies when we don't eat right!
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