Tag: weight loss

Thoughts About Getting “Back on Track”

PSA: getting “back on track” for the New Year doesn’t have to mean eliminating all carbs from your life.  I shared this on my stories last week and for the most part I got a lot of “HELL YEAH”s and “PREACH” and  *clapping hands emoji* replies, but I did get one response that somewhat questioned

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The More I Embrace Intuitive Eating, The Less I Care About Food

The more I embrace Intuitive Eating, the less I care about food. This title might sound shocking to some of you since I am a Registered Dietitian and have based my blog off of mostly food for almost four years now. Don’t worry – I still love food and will continue to post food/recipes, but

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Cauliflower Fried Rice 

If I’m being completely honest, Chinese food is one of those things that I tell most of my patients and clients to avoid eating on a regular basis. Why, you ask? Because most of the dishes are either a) fried, and/or b) loaded with sodium. Not exactly the best choice for someone who is trying to

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A Closer Look at Low-Carb Diets

First, I just want to get something off my chest. I LOVE carbs. I honestly can’t imagine my life without them. What do you mean no English muffin and banana at breakfast every day? No protein pancakes for dinner? No brown rice alongside my veggie stir fry or big bowl of whole wheat pasta with broccoli &

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How To: Make Early Morning Workouts Happen

You probably think I’m crazy for thinking I can convince you to set your alarm for 5 am to wake up and go to the gym. But just hear me out. I have started working out early in the morning at least 1 time a week, for one reason or the other. If I have

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Healthy Substitutions 101

According to Dr. Ann G. Kulze, founder and CEO of the Just Wellness LLC education firm, and my newest idol, “aside from smoking status, your body weight is the single most powerful predictor of your health”. Basically, if you don’t smoke, the best thing you can do for yourself is achieve or maintain a healthy

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