Re-Thinking How We Evaluate & Judge Foods

September 1, 2017 // Nutrition

In this series, I outline the flawed question associated with food-based decisions and outline strategies for evaluating and judging foods...

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“I Need To Get Motivated”

July 9, 2017 // Wellness

“Motivated” is a title we use to recognize consistent, good behaviors. Motivation is assumed. Motivation is short-lived. Motivation is not...

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Working With Pain, Injury and Disability

May 20, 2017 // Wellness

The jacked guy benching loads of weight. The Yoga instructor bending every which way with ease and grace. The dramatic...

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The Elimination Diet 2.0

September 21, 2016 // Nutrition

Fix your gut. Lose inches from your stomach. Feel better. Permanently. The Elimination Diet 2.0 is an eating strategy designed to...

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Why Pictures Are Valuable For Measuring Progress

August 14, 2016 // Fitness

Aesthetics are usually a top priority Pictures give deeper insight than a number Pictures highlight everything Pictures are unbiased Pictures...

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8 Easy Food Upgrades To “Healthy”

June 8, 2016 // Nutrition

“Healthy” is a subjective measure. In terms of food, eating healthy can be challenging, thanks to deceptive marketing by major...

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Respect Your Set-Point: A Follow-Up To The NYTimes “Biggest Loser” Article

May 14, 2016 // Wellness

People haven’t stopped talking about recent The New York Times article that exposed the weight struggles and metabolic regressions...

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5 Ways To Reduce Bloating & GI Issues

May 8, 2016 // Nutrition

There’s nothing worse than enjoying a nice meal only to deal with the aftermath of bloating, gas, and other...

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The 3 Foundational Habits Of An Ideal Eating Routine

May 1, 2016 // Nutrition

Can we agree that there is no one perfect diet? Of all the diets that exist, there are a common...

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