How to Dine Out like a Nutritional Pro

Jul 31, 2012 | Tags: simple strategies, | No Comments

When it comes to dining out, I’m fascinated with how our eating or enjoyment of eating can differ depending on where we are at or who we are with.

Do you ever notice how it feels more easeful dining with certain friends but not others? Maybe you have one foodie friend who loves chatting about the latest superfood, but not everybody is on board, or even cares, for that matter. Or maybe your family just doesn’t seem to understand your sudden love of plant foods and why you’re not ordering steak like everyone else. (more…)

I’m Tired of Food Hangovers

Ever wake up in the morning with a food baby in your belly? Ever feel sluggish or lethargic, having had too much organic peanut butter with rice crackers, too large or too late of a dinner, or one slice too many of homemade banana bread?

I certainly can remember what that feels like. And so can many of the lovely ladies I work with. It’s downright uncomfortable and can leave us looking for a quick solution to flatten our bloated bellies. (more…)

Guest Blog for The Institute for The Psychology of Eating

Jul 12, 2012 | Tags: eating psychology, overeating, | No Comments

I am honored to have been featured as a guest blogger at one of the most cutting edge schools in the field of nutritional psychology, The Institute for the Psychology of Eating.

Here’s the article, titled: Do you Binge Eat?

I hope you enjoy.



Before & After Pictures

Jul 1, 2012 | Tags: body image, | No Comments

First of all, no, I don’t have actual “before & after” pictures posted, but I do have a story I’d love to share with you about the dreaded “before” picture:

Recently the owner of a gym I used to teach at asked if I would help out with the kick-off day for a fitness program as the gym was understaffed that day. My job: taking “before” pictures of participants. (more…)

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