6 Reasons Why You Need to Drink More Water

Are you actively thinking about how much water you are drinking throughout your daily routine? If not, it just might be time to start making that a habit! Aside from just being critical to our survival as humans (the body is composed of 55-78% water)  keeping us hydrated, water has several other beneficial effects. Lets … Continued

5 Reasons to Start Eating Paleo

5 Benefits of Eating Paleo Eating paleo contains the types of foods presumed to have been eaten by early humans, consisting chiefly of meat, fish, vegetables, and fruit, and exclude dairy or grain products and processed food. Paleo based eating incorporates mainly animal protein and vegetables. Here are five key health benefits of eating paleo: … Continued

Investing In Your Health

According to the study, The Medical Care Costs of Obesity: An Instrumental Approach, the United States spends an estimated $210 billion annually for obesity and chronic disease related costs. Chronic conditions are the lead cause of death and disabilities in the United States. The higher a person’s BMI, the more health care cost the individual … Continued

Saving Time With Meal Prep

Saving Time With Meal Prep   On average, Americans spend 11 hours a week grocery shopping, cooking, and cleaning up. Level Up saves you that time by eliminating grocery shopping, cooking, and cleaning, allowing you to focus on what really matters to you. Level Up Meals is a lot more time efficient than meal kit services … Continued

The Zone Diet

The zone diet is a high protein, low fat diet and is based on the idea of eating a balanced portion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats during each meal. The zone diet requires each meal to be measured and weighed out to maintain a proper balanced diet. The zone diet is high performance nutrition that helps improve … Continued


Self-Discipline The definition of self-discipline is the ability to control one’s feelings and overcome one’s weaknesses; the ability to pursue what one thinks is right despite temptations to abandon it. Self-discipline is like a muscle. The more you train it, the stronger it becomes. The more you practice and promote self-discipline, the easier it will … Continued

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