The autumn recipe series continues with a healthier take on a seasonal classic with this apple crisp recipe. Lean in fat, this recipe is super friendly for those who count macros and log food in apps like MyFitnessPal. It’s also naturally high in fiber, has zero dairy and is easily made gluten-free.
To celebrate our favorite time of year we are launching the Trim fall recipe series, and this week we kick things off with a refreshing fall salad recipe. This autumn-themed salad is super easy to assemble, light and perfect for Floridians who crave a taste of the season without dying of a hot kitchen.
Microcirculation. Whew! What a mouthful. True story—this is a key word and goal for almost every single anti-aging and aesthetic treatment that exists. So what is it, and why does it matter?
Our goal is to really help you see the results you came in for. And with that, let’s comb through a few simple yet effective healthy vacation eating habits you can adopt and maintain all year round, whether at home or on holiday.
Since we are largely known for our body sculpting treatments, we wanted to take a moment to touch on the lesser known but equally incredible Cryoskin Facial, known as a CryoFacial. And since aging, inflammation and skin damage are things which affect us all, let’s look at the benefits of this treatment as well as a few signs that it may be time for you to treat yourself to a session.
On April 13, 2019 the Trim Studio Brunch & Yoga event was a huge success thanks to the beautiful and dedicated women (and one man!) who came and participated. Get the full event recap here!
CryoSlimming and CryoToning are powerful and proven technologies in their own right. But can lifestyle changes help maximize Cryoskin results? The short answer is YES, so let’s dive right in.
At Trim Studio, we’re all about science. Knowledge is power, baby! So let’s first break down what cellulite is and some of the most common reasons for its increasing appearance as we age.
Cryolipo—huh?? Way too many syllables, we know. So what is cryolipolysis? How the heck does it work, and is it really permanent?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body. The word collagen actually comes from the Greek word kolla, meaning glue. Indeed, collagen is a vital “glue-like” building block, its functions including the protection of organs and holding together all of our joints and muscles.