Guest Contributors

Here you can find out about all of the BeeWell for Life® content contributors, and filter through blog posts from the American Diabetes Association®, and WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, as well as Guest Bloggers. If you find an article that is particularly helpful, please post a comment to let us know, and share it with friends and family on Facebook or Twitter.

Contributor Bios
Meet Willow and Stephanie

Stephanie Clarke and Willow Jarosh are registered dietitians and the duo behind C&J Nutrition…

Meet Presley Salmon

Presley Salmon is the blogger behind She is a wife, mom, and fitness enthusiast…

Latest articles

Step Up Your Hydration Game

Staying hydrated helps every system in your body work at its best, from your brain to your digestive system to your metabolism. It can also help stave off energy-zapping woes like headaches and constipation for some people. In other words, staying hydrated is a good idea. While the typical “8 glasses a day” recommendation is a good place to start, we recommend that you use the color of your urine as a guide. If it’s clear or pale yellow, like lemonade, you’re hydrated. If it’s darker like apple juice, you need to drink up.   So many of our clients…

Tank Top Arms Workout

At this point, spring has definitely sprung. I wore a tank top for the first time the other day, and honestly I wasn’t very impressed with the muscles I was sporting. Time to work on that before sleeves are a distant memory and bathing suits take over my weekend outfit rotation. I don’t have a ton of equipment at home, but I do have a decent set of mid-weight dumbbells. That’s all I need to get back on track! If you’re in the same boat as me this spring, try out this quick “Tank Top Arms” circuit.   Grab a…

Bee Nutritious - Juice Cleanse Q&A

Bumble Bee's® registered dietitian, Willow Jarosh, comes to you with another Bee Nutritious segment, answering some really important questions regarding juice cleanses. Watch the video below . . .

Staying Fit as a Family

I’m sure everyone struggles at one time or another when it comes to finding time to workout. For families, this can be especially difficult. From managing everyone's schedules to making sure the littlest ones get to bed on time, it’s not always easy to ensure that each member of the family is active every single day.   I switched jobs recently, and the change totally threw off our family workout dynamic. Later work nights mean later workouts, but sometimes a run or weight session at 9 or 10 at night just isn’t an option.   We had to get creative,…

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