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  1. Question for you! I love coffee...love. I used to drink a lot of it with sugar and cream. (2 sugar 2 cream or a "double double" as we say here in Canada). My boyfriend and I are health nuts but coffee was always my vice. I decided to give it up and am now drinking green tea in replacement (boo). I am missing coffee SO MUCH!!! What do you drink your coffee with, if anything? Or maybe you could tell me drinking 2 sugars and 2 creams is okay? haha! Let me know what you think :) Have a great day!

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    1. Oh gosh, I LOVE my coffee too! Truthfully, you'll have to see what works for your unique body but I can give you a few pointers: 1. No lattes (not even non-fat... the milk gives you an insulin spike which tells your body "store this" instead of use it) 2. You're better off with coffee with cream with a low-cal sweetener like xylitol or stevia. 3. Coffee with non-fat milk or almond milk works great too. 4. You're obviously best off with coffee black but I know that can be tough for a lot of people! The best advice I can give you is to go as easy on the "sugar" aspect (both milk and sugar) of your coffee drink as possible! Try making one of those switches and let me know how that's working for you! I completely agree, green tea just isn't the same ;)

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  2. Hi Danielle - I just found your blog after you liked my FB page. I see you're in CA - you run a lot of races that I do. And you're a dietetics student, as am I. Nice to meet you. I put your blog on my Google Reader - looking forward to reading more.

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  3. Looking for some running advice please ma'am :)
    I trained for & ran a half marathon back in March, time of 2:07:47 ( i think lol)
    anyway, i quit running completely after that to build up some muscle & try to build up my glutes. So, now it's "running season" again and i'm back at it. I've had 3 pretty good runs (treadmill only) from about 2-3 miles. Any advice you could give me would be great! thanks!

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    1. That's awesome, Sharon! Keep adding miles slowly to avoid injury - it sounds like you're on the right track. Interval training will help you build your endurance back and just staying consistent with your running. I'd run 3-4 days a week. I'm not a huge advocate for running every day (granted, some people can pull that off but I think its not very practical for the majority of people and increases likelihood of injury.) Treadmill runs are okay (try adding some incline to make it more realistic), but also make sure you're getting some runs in outdoors as well. Make sure you're recovering, stretching and foam rolling after your runs too! If you have any specific questions or find some questions down the road let me know! I'd love to help :)

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    2. Thank you so much! On my alternate days I'm lifting & doing cardio on the stair monster ;)
      And I make sure to take at least one rest day a week, but with a husband, 2 boys & 2 dogs, it's usually an active rest day lol
      I've tried the incline on the treadmill & it put some wear & tear on my knee :( so under dr's orders I backed down. I do plan on doing my weekend longer runs outside (last year 99% of my training was on the treadmill) the only exception was a couple 5k's I did & one run with a friend. I know that should help improve my time by getting some outdoor mileage :)
      Thanks again! I'll keep ya posted!

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