Are you a controlled eater?

Calorie restricting. Controlling your portions. Eating only “good foods” and avoiding “bad foods”. These are all forms of restrictive eating that often bring out the rebellious eater in us. If you’re eating for any reason other than physical hunger, controlling your eating isn’t the solution. Explore what you’re truly hungering for.

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What is Body Positive Fitness?

I know from my professional Mind Body Nutrition practice that many of us want to change our bodies because of the messages that we hear and see every single day. This is not OK and is producing an epidemic of body dissatisfaction. Some of these messages come from the fitness industry. We have the power to make a change and shift towards body positive fitness.

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Are you a Normal Eater?

There is so much stress and confusion around what to eat these days that it has created a new category of eating known as disordered eating. Disordered eating is different than an eating disorder. It lies between normal eating and an eating disorder and according to survey results conducted by Self Magazine and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 75% of women regularly engage in disordered eating and exercise patterns.

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Spring Cleaning For Your Body

We clean out our closets, wash our walls, freshen up our flower beds… But what about doing some spring cleaning for our bodies? Spring is a great time to detox. There’s no doubt our bodies have pretty amazing built-in detoxification systems. But the world we live in is throwing so many contaminants at us that our bodies simply can’t keep up and over time our detox system can become sluggish.

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Eating Psychology Coaching for Everyone Who Eats

Do you or someone you love struggle with health, self-esteem or body image? Dynamic Eating Psychology Coaching is valuable for anyone who eats (yes, I know that’s everyone) who wants a more harmonious relationship with food, body and self. Why? Because life is too dang short. It’s time for a new approach.

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Sugar Isn't Evil

Sugar itself is not evil. Having said that, we have to look deeper at sugar and its effects on our bodies. And, absolutely, too much of any kind of sugar, natural or not, is not good for our health. Learn my five tips to reduce your intake of poor quality sugars.

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3 Mind Body Nutrition Tips for Fertility

When it comes to fertility, diet matters. And being fully nourished goes beyond good quality food. How you and your partner nourish your whole selves is a critical ingredient of good nutrition and the ability to conceive.

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Curb Your Cravings with Campfire Meals

Fatigue. Cravings. Mood swings. These are three common complaints that can be avoided by building healthy balanced meals. One of the most important strategies to improve your nutritional and overall health is to learn how to create meals that stabilize your blood sugar.

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The Truth About Protein

Nutrition can be confusing. Protein grams. Doe the amount matter? Yes and no. Nutrition from two perspectives: Sports Nutrition and Mind Body Nutrition.

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You + Caffeine = ?

Do you need a break from caffeine? If your sensitive to the effects of caffeine, you may need to take a step back from that mid-day booster. Here’s what you can do…

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5 Steps to a Better Night's Sleep

Running around all day feeling stressed, not eating well, not sleeping well only to wake up the next day and start the same cycle again? Well, it’s time to break the shackles of poor sleep. You deserve better! Here are 5 easy steps to get out of this vicioius cycle.

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Living Like Your Hair is on Fire

Learn my 5-minute trick to set up your day for success. It’s simple, easy and, yes, you have the time to make your day feel like it’s not a never-ending emergency. You owe it to yourself!

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The New Midlife Crisis for Women

Lately, I’ve noticed a new epidemic happening for women.

They’re experiencing a laundry list of symptoms: fatigue, forgetfulness, brain-fog, mood swings, insomnia and so on. What can we do about it?

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