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Big news at Aestus! We are now a Clean Eatz partner site! That means that we will have fresh, prepared meals ready for you to pick up every Monday at Aestus. Just go to https://www.cleaneatz.com every Thursday to place your order.  Set Aestus up as your pick up site. Pick up between the hours of 5am and 12:30pm or 5:30-6:30pm Every Monday.  Your food will be located in our Cooler at the front of Aestus. Clean, prepared meals--easy.  

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Do you know all the amazing flavors available for Driven Whey Grass Fed Protein?   Check these out!   Vanilla Dream Chocolate Milkshake Caramel Latte Banana Cream Pie Cinnamon Roll Strawberry Milkshake   Remember:   Each Serving Has:   23 Grams of Protein 4 Grams of Carbohydrate (Wow!) 2 grams of fat   Vanilla and Chocolate are always in Stock!!!

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Your body literally can’t create new muscle without protein. Research proves that taking protein before and after workouts is the best way to speed muscle tissue repair and gain more lean muscle. Whey is the go-to protein to take after your WOD because it’s absorbed faster than other forms of protein. And DRIVEN WHEY™ also includes a full array of vital BCAAs and other amino acids to fuel your muscle growth. Actually enjoy taking your protein with our complete range of delicious flavors Avoid uncomfortable, embarrassing digestive problems so you can feel good in and out of the gym Get more results from less...

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“Do I need to weigh and measure my food?”   Great Question and as usual, one that comes with more than one answer.  Let’s walk back a step or two.  Why might you need to measure the amount of food that you eat?  Simple.  So that you can gain an understanding of how much food you are putting into your body at a given time (Breakfast, lunch, dinner, etc…). This is a basic issue with many people.  4oz of chicken or fish or beef all may look different to the eye.  Further, other circumstances can play a role in putting...

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  One thing I keep seeing through the COVID-19 quarantine is the concern of losing ground gained through good nutritional discipline.  In our 365 Nutrition program, one of the major components of the program is helping our clients create and stay in a consistent routine.  With Stay-at-Home orders, home-schooling and other changes, it can be tough to hang on to the old routine, let alone create a new one.  Here are three constants that can help you maintain consistency with your nutrition during quarantine.   Create a Schedule Create a daily plan and stick with it.  Use whatever calendar function...

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