Health, Weight, and Anxiety Q’s answered
Greetings friends! Below you’ll find some questions that have been arising regarding heath & eating psychology related concerns and remote sessions. Feel free to read them all or skip ahead to what interests you most. (more…)
Body Care for the Month
Friends, Fall marks the seasonal shift from hot and humid to hot and dry. To support the body: (more…)
Do you agree with my list? (What most people truthfully want)
Underneath the desire for toned and lean bodies and perfectly executed paleo, keto, vegan, or whole foods diets, there’s the actual truth of what people really want…
After many conversations in this work, I’ve distilled the essence down into a short list of themes that present again and again. (more…)
3 Core Concepts that will change your eating
As you know, I practice a holistic approach to health and wellness, which means that I look at how all areas of your life are connected. This simple concept alone helps my clients work through their health concerns in a multi-layered and compassionate way.
Though each of my clients are different, there are core concepts that I’ve trusted over the years to guide our work sanely and wisely.
I’d like to share those with you today in a clear, concise way: (more…)
What I’d like all women to have on their menu right now
One great, and very simple, piece of nutritional advice I’d once heard was this:
If you’re trying to decide what to eat, step outside for 15 minutes, then notice what sounds good.
This is good advice no matter what part of the country you live in and a helpful practice opening communication between the body and the natural environment.
(Instead of only relying on your head, MyFitnessPal, articles, or old habits) (more…)
What any solid nutritional plan should do (3 things)
I’ve got three simple criteria I believe any sound nutritional plan should do:
The first… (more…)
A diet upgrade worth making
There’s one nutritional practice that seems to be one of the most psychologically friendly for most people. (more…)
Improve your tastebud IQ
When I was 17 I loved indulging my taste for unique clothing. I loved wearing my long sweaters lined with dark purple faux fur and snakeskin pants (also fake) from the tiny clothing store I worked at at the time. Sometimes I’d sift through my mom’s closet to find some piece she had from the 70s and pair it with something in my own closet.
My taste for the unique is still with me today as I treasure my less duplicatable handmade jewelry from South America, a beautiful gold and citrine ring that was my great grandmother Laura Ruiz’s, and beautiful objects I’ve acquired during travel. (more…)
Here are The Course Details!
Empower Your Eating: 6 Weeks to a Hot & Healthy Body Image, is a 6-Week online home-study program that I will personally be guiding (for the 5th and final year), designed for women who are ready to learn the counter-intuitive skills for a healthy body image and healthy body weight (in a cost-efficient, time-efficient format) (more…)
My Personal Winter Meal Plan
I often do not discuss my personal eating habits, as I want to encourage both readers and clients to have a clean mental slate when it comes to their personal diet.
I do not expect people to eat the same way I do and visa versa. (more…)