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Nov
24

5 Steps to make your House a place for a Healthy Family

Going against the Popular Opinion You are finally at the point where you want to get your health on track by making better food choices.  You are ready to throw out all the junk food while switching to lean protein and veggies.  One problem, your spouse and children are not […]


Nov
18

Fun Questions with RFM Staff: Julie Wilson

We thought it would be fun to put together some random questions to have our staff answer! What a great way to really get to know us! 1 What is one surprising thing about you? I love the smell of skunks! If we are driving and smell a skunk, I […]


Nov
14

The Andrews Christmas Cake Recipe

As many of you know, we have a phenomenal Holiday Challenge launching this monday, and it includes over 40 recipes! We wanted to take some of our family recipes that have been handed down for generations, and reimagine them in a healthy light. This recipe is just one example of […]


Nov
04

Fun Questions with RFM Staff: Matt Hylton

We have added TONS of new staff to our team and we thought it would be fun to put together some random questions to have our staff answer! What a great way to really get to know us! 1 What is one surprising thing about you? I play drums! 2 […]


Oct
20

I HAVE A SECRET!

Shhh… Don’t tell anybody! It’s not a fad diet, nor a miracle pill, powder, or potion.  It’s not a spa treatment or medical procedure. It’s not even in most people’s top 5 lists to become healthy and lose weight. What is it you ask?? What’s the secret I am talking […]


Sep
29

Cleanse The Temple: Your Body, Your Life

The other day I was reading the scripture in John 2:13-17 where Jesus fashioned a whip of cords and drove out the merchants and money changers who where in the outer court of the temple selling animals for sacrifices for the altar. Jesus became righteously angry because of the defilement […]


Sep
02

September: Goodbye Food Entitlement

Does the Journey Get Easier? Someone asked me yesterday if eating right is easy for me now. It has been almost four years, after all. My response was no, and I don’t know if it will ever be easy for me. It’s my normal now, and most of the time […]


Sep
01

Three Misconceptions About My Former Obesity

Assumptions Can Result in Misconceptions For many of my former obese years, people had formulated misconceptions or warped views about my obesity. I was thinking about how often people assumed things about my obesity, yet never actually took the time to ask me anything. I have chosen three misconceptions to […]


Jul
04

Independence Day Memories

Like many of you, I slept in a little on this 4th of July. As I sat down at my computer to check email and gander at Facebook, just a hint of melancholy came over me. I know why…it’s the 4th of July. Family Gatherings and Good Grub More than […]


Jun
11

Celebrating doesn’t mean eating

This weekend could have been a disaster for me as far as food goes.  I had three friends from out of town come visit me from Thursday until Monday.  What happens when people come and visit? We eat out a lot! It was like a mini vacation, but I was […]