Post date: Sep 18, 2013

Our very own occupational and hand therapist Sheila King shows us (once again) that age is no excuse when it comes to staying fit. For the second time since turning 50, Sheila competed in perhaps the most grueling physical challenge in sport. This time it was the Ironman Louisville on August 25th 2013.

Below Sheila shares her story and what she learned from this amazing accomplishment!


Post date: Sep 6, 2013

Join us Friday September 13th for a fun celebration of all things Mettler. Mix 94.5 will be broadcasting live from the Mettler Center for their Back to School Tour. Join us for food/drink catered by DISH, take a tour and receive a complementary health screening with a personal trainer, enter to win a free membership, and try a variety of fitness classes including Hot Yoga for free! We look forward to seeing you and your friends at Mettlerfest on September 13th! ...

Post date: Aug 19, 2013

Friday, September 13th, 4–7p

Save the date and bring a friend to join the fun on Friday, September 13th from 4-7pm. Members and the community are invited for food and drink, tours, classes and a special membership offer.
Get a Taste
Stop in for drinks and fabulous finger foods by DISH.
Take a Tour
Tour the facility and receive a FREE health screening.
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Post date: Dec 30, 2011

13. EVOO Can Do No Wrong
Just because a dish is made with extra virgin olive oil doesn't make it healthy. Olive oil is still fattening (it contains 2,000 calories per cup). Canola oil has a similar nutritional profile and some products that tout it, like Weaver's gold popcorn which hit shelves last April, still hide hydrogenated oil (trans fats) in the ingredient list. "While olive oil is definitely a good alternative to butter, margarine or shortening, it...

Post date: Dec 29, 2011

10. Artisan
Shoppers are more interested than ever in knowing where their food comes from and 83% say food traditions are important. When a food is made with care, it means the ingredients are high-quality, which makes it healthy, right? Not necessarily.

Take Domino's new line of artisan thin crust pizzas with toppings like spinach and feta, sausage and peppers, and salami and roasted veggies. Each box bears an inscription that reads, "Though we may not...
Post date: Dec 28, 2011

7. Pasta Made with Veggies
Kraft is the latest food giant to promote hiding veggies in packaged foods. Walmart and Target started stocking Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner Veggie Pasta in June and the Barilla Piccolini Veggie line hit shelves...
Post date: Dec 27, 2011

4. Flavored Greek Yogurt

With all the hype around its...

Post date: Dec 26, 2011

Food marketing is a very powerful thing.

The right buzzword on a label or a convincing ad campaign can be enough to cause a run on acai berries, almond milk or whatever else they are selling. "Because it's natural! And fresh! And gluten-free! And delicious! And packed with fiber! And made with honey!" You get the idea. The scary thing is that these claims sometimes work better than we think.

In a recent study, participants who were asked to compare...
Post date: Dec 12, 2011
With Christmas less than two weeks away, the inevitable holiday parties and celebrations are upon us. Some might think that a holiday party is not the place to focus on health; they think it is okay to "let loose" at this time of year. And while there is some truth to that, the focus of the holidays should not be the high calorie desserts or greasy finger foods; it should be the people you love, the conversations and the dancing. It is possible to throw a healthy holiday party...
Post date: Nov 28, 2011

With all the effort that goes into holiday cooking, you probably have enough for leftovers.

If you still have some turkey leftin your fridge, check out some of our delicious, healthy recipes - they will stretch your dollars after all the holiday spending. With only about 144 calories and less than 2 grams of saturated fat per 3-ounce serving, roasted turkey (or chicken) is a great healthy option. Try these easy, healthy recipes featuring cooked turkey or chicken - they...