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Jaime lives in sunny South Florida and is a proud mom to her two girls who join her on almost every training run. The Core Balance Diet was developed by Marcelle Pick , who is co-founder of Women to Women—one of the first clinics in the United States devoted to providing healthcare for women by women. Great for Weight Watchers - 1 point Submitted by: An athlete all of her life, Jaime started dancing at the age of three and was competitive in track and field, swimming and gymnastics throughout her entire child and teenage years. She is also very active in the DC fitness community as a part of multisport and running groups. Weight Watchers Points Plus:

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Weight Watchers Points Plus: Great for Weight Watchers - 1 point Submitted by: Weight Watchers- 1 pt each Submitted by: Only one weight watcher point! Chicken, Chinese, Weight Watchers, spicy Submitted by: This Weight Watchers recipe is a family favorite!

Easiest cake you'll ever make! Easy and very thick! This is an easy recipe but it does take time to cook since Cube Steak is a tougher cut of meat. If you like orange creamsicle bars, you will love this low calorie recipe Submitted by: Delicious turkey meatloaf or mini meatloaves in muffin pans! A slimmed-down version of a favorite childhood cookie, made in single-serve form! Just one serving of this creamy soup contains 1 serving of vegetables, 1 serving of milk, 4 grams of fiber, 17 grams of protein, and more than a day's supply of Vitamin C.

One serving equals just 2 Weight Watcher's points. Rachel believes that nutrition fuels our bodies both physically and mentally. That ultimate performance both in the office and on the field is based on what we choose to put in out mouth.

As a life-long athlete, Rachel has been involved in many athletic disciplines; from competitive gymnastics and all-around track and field, to triathlons and running. She has completed a Brooke has a passion for helping people understand how they can optimize their health and sports performance with nutrition. In addition to working as a Dietitian, Brooke has conducted nutrition research on hyperglycemia, cardiovascular disease and nutrition as prevention against oxidative stress and chronic disease.

She has completed several Recently, she discovered a passion for trail running and competed in her first 25K and marathon distance trail races.

When the snow flies, Brooke exchanges her Pearl Izumi trail shoes for cross country skis and snow shoes. She constantly challenges him to get off the pavement and hit the trails, and, to ride a horse! His interests are in coaching professional triathletes using quantitative training and nutrition protocols. Chrissie received her Bachelor's degree in Cardiopulmonary Science from Northeastern University and is currently working on her Master's degree in Nutrition at Simmons College. After beginning her athletic career as a runner, she further challeged herself by competing in triathlons.

Chrissie has since finished many triathlons including the Ironman distance. Through competing in these events, Chrissie realized just how important nutrition is for competitive athletes, as well as day to day nutrition for recreational athletes. Always a runner, she volunteered for the New York Road Runners Foundation as a running coach serving public schools throughout the 5 boroughs providing after school running programs. Noticing the nutrition, or lack thereof, with her students, she designed a nutrition program and began writing nutrition articles for the Foundation.

Intrigued by the field, she enrolled as a dietetics student at NYU and soon partnered NYU students and the Foundation, delivering a unique and interactive workshop regarding nutrition for ages After graduation and relocating to the Boston area, Rollins was introduced to a local triathlon training group, QT2 Systems, looking for dietitians to help support their athletes via the sister company, The Core Diet.

As a long time runner and endurance athlete, the fit was natural. Anne additionally worked clinically with the critically ill and dialysis patients before finding herself as the campus dietitian for Perkins School for the Blind where she provided individual counseling and menu design for students age She is currently working with her local football league to develop an off-season plan for the players. Anne runs a wellness center outside Boston that embraces balanced fitness and recovery for people of all ages and abilities.

She is a proud mom of two invigorating children who joined her in their very successful, first triathlon this year.

She has competed at the half Ironman distance for four seasons and is excited to race her first full Ironman this year. Anne is still an active Screen Actors Guild member. Stevie Lyn Smith is a Registered Dietitian who received her Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Buffalo State College while completing her dietetic internship as a part of their coordinated program. She began competing in endurance sports after a playing soccer and lacrosse competitively from elementary school through college.

After her collegiate career as a lacrosse goalie ended she began running and completed her first road race, a marathon just a year and a half later. Since then, she has completed 5 ironman distance races, 17 marathons, a 50 mile ultra marathon, 12 half ironman distance races plus many other types of races, including long distance swimming events. In her 6th year as a triathlete she has qualified and competed in Ironman Her passion for nutrition began in her collegiate lacrosse career as she began to appreciate how what we eat can help to fuel us not just in workouts but also to be our best selves in our daily lives.

This passion has grown throughout her time as an endurance athlete where optimal nutrition and recovery has become key to maintaining her active lifestyle. She strongly believes in empowering young girls through promoting active and healthy lifestyles at a young age.

She is also very active in the DC fitness community as a part of multisport and running groups. A technical sales and marketing specialist for 10 years, Leslie "retired" from Cisco Systems to stay home with her two daughters, 6 and 8. After 5 years of research, self-study and implementing her holistic nutrition practices on her growing family and friends, Leslie decided to turn her passion into her business and became a certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, starting her own business in , Finish Line Nutrition LLC.

Leslie's mission was to meet the unique needs of families, athletes and all those in between with effective and efficient nutritional roadmaps that would enable her clients to live healthier, happier and more productive lives. As an All American Lacrosse player, World Cup Lacrosse Coach and Olympic Torchbearer, Leslie "rediscovered" triathlon after a 23 year hiatus as a means to cross train her way out of running overuse injuries.

In , after two years back in the sport, Leslie was sponsored by www.

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