So much of how we approach our eating and exercise, and how we see ourselves is a byproduct of external influences, such as societal beauty standards, other people’s opinions, diet … Read more
This is one of my biggest pet peeves – watching influencers, RDs, therapists, etc, from many of the anti-diet culture communities, like intuitive eating and body positivity, … Read more
What you think is causing your food struggles is very unlikely to be the actual problem.
I used to try to solve food struggles within the sphere of food. In other words, if I had a struggle … Read more
Limiting beliefs are what stand between you and who you want to be.
Your outcomes are a side effect of your behaviors, and your behaviors are a side effect of your beliefs.
These beliefs … Read more
All physical activity you do has a strength and cardiovascular component to it. Every single thing without exception.
The only question is to what degree.
This is hugely important … Read more
The inevitable frustrations that pop up on your health and fitness journey are a result of you being too outcome focused.
Any time you’re feeling really frustrated over your lack of … Read more
Diet culture thinking is keeping you stuck and frustrated.
When everything you eat and do for exercise is contingent upon what it will do to your body, you get stuck in a perpetual cycle … Read more
We’ve all been there – eating so well during the week only to have the weekend come and wipe out all the progress we made.
And by progress I mean weight loss, as this is the goal that … Read more
Try not to think of intuitive eating as the absence of tracking calories. Because simply not counting calories doesn’t automatically mean you’re eating intuitively.
Eating intuitively … Read more
There’s no such thing as empty calories.
That wine you drank. That cake you ate. That bowl of cereal you had.
You’ve been lead to believe these things are empty calories because they … Read more