Fit Mom TV

Top Fit Mom Lifestyle Brand by Kiana Tom of Kiana's Flex Appeal

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Easy way to eat more fruit

Share & lose 5lbs. FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Keep a colorful bowl of fruit in the kitchen or office.  We’re loving the green pear with the deep purple

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Mason Jar Ice Cream

Share & lose 5lbs. FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailworkout your shoulders & arms while you make ice cream! Fun to make.  More fun to eat. Fit Moms: this is

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Christmas DIY Decor Using Driftwood, Sea Glass, Sea Shells, Sand & Other Beach Treasures

Share & lose 5lbs. FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailDIY Beach Kiana Christmas Tree Aloha! Here are the Items you need: Wood, Driftwood, sea glass, seashells, sand, rocks, pine cones,

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Sky High Trampoline Park! A Birthday Party FIT for a Princess

Share & lose 5lbs. FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailMy Mini Me Turns 8 Pink Sparkly Cupcake Cake! Trampoline Park! Rock Climbing! Bull Riding! Hawaiian Pizza & Fruit! My daughter’s

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Fit Kids TV Cooking Video: Apple Dessert

Kiana Jr. hosts Fit Kids TV Cooking and shows you how to make a fun Apple Dessert using organic apples, brown sugar, whole wheat bread and butter from grass fed cows.

Pretty Healthy Snack

Share & lose 5lbs. FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Mmm. Dip strawberries in Greek Yogurt and freeze.  So pretty and healthy too! Other fruit combinations that are delicious: Dark

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Power Pumpkin Bread

Share & lose 5lbs. FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailHealthy Pumpkin Bread Perfect for Fall or with a cup of coffee anytime No guilt. No added sugar.  Apple sauce instead

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Fit Mom Park Workout

Share & lose 5lbs. FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailGot Kids? Going to the Park? Don’t Sit. Get Fit in the Park! Hi Fit Moms! Here is a realistic workout

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When it comes to fitness, do a little alot.

Share & lose 5lbs. FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Fitness is cumulative, it all adds up.  15 minute walk in the morning, squats while the kids are at school

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