What’s the most important thing you can do to insure you’re eating healthy foods? I used to say it was cooking your own food. Today, though, I think differently—it’s not cooking. It’s meal prep. Most people think of meal prep as a Sunday afternoon cooking marathon, where you grill a million chicken breasts, chop […]
There’s one common denominator among all my most successful nutrition clients, and it has nothing to do with their actual nutrition plans. It doesn’t matter who’s on high protein low carbs, who’s on moderate protein moderate carbs, or who’s a vegetarian and who’s not. Instead, success is about what they do, and what they do […]
In Part 1 of this series, I talked about double reeds. And guitars. And why “everything in moderation” is a misleading way to approach weight loss. Part 2 is intended to be the practical counterpart to that discussion. If you’ve tried “everything in moderation” as a weight loss plan, you have likely been let […]
3 years. That’s how long it’s been since I first confessed, publicly, my issues with binge eating. And how long has it taken me to stop binge eating? Over 3 years.
These are things I get tired of explaining. Let’s all learn them so we can move on.
Things that Confound Me: 1. The abundance of yogurt products available right now. Literally the dairy aisle is ALL yogurt now — greek, plain, whipped, fruited, kids versions, tubed versions, granola versions. I even saw cream cheese “made with greek yogurt” today. 2. The fact that Bertha leads me to believe she […]