Archive for category: Behavior

Archive for category: Behavior

How to Conquer Trigger Foods

How to Conquer Trigger Foods

August 14, 2017

This is a post that I wrote together with my colleague Georgie Fear. Georgie is a registered dietitian and nutrition coach whose interests align closely with mine. Find her on Facebook and Instagram and check her out at her coaching website!  How many of you have foods that...

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Stricter is Not Better: Rigid Eating is an Ineffective Strategy for Long-Term Weight Loss Maintenance

Stricter is Not Better: Rigid Eating is an Ineffective Strategy for Long-Term Weight Loss Maintenance

January 11, 2017

In 2006, I stumbled across a popular fitness blog that was promoting a new kind of diet challenge. The blogger invited any and all of his readers to join in on adhering to the 20 nutrition rules he’d made for himself. The purpose, he wrote, was to crack down on his e...

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Make Your Nutrition Fit Your Life and Not the Other Way Around

Make Your Nutrition Fit Your Life and Not the Other Way Around

April 20, 2016

Last summer, I added a new item to my services to complement the release of my e-book, The Beginner’s Guide to Macros. My one-time macro calculation service was provided as an option for individuals who had purchased my product, read through and understand the ins and ...

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There’s Always Room for Growth: Fixed Mindset vs. Growth Mindset

March 27, 2016

Meet Sophie. Sophie is a 26 year-old female living it up in the city. She works hard and parties even harder. The problem is, her heavy drinking tendencies, combined with her voracious appetite for late-night nachos and donuts, have been catching up to her. While she graduat...

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Are Leaner People Happier?

Are Leaner People Happier?

March 9, 2016

There’s this circulating idea that being thin and lean brings happiness. With the recent explosion of social media over the past several years (Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat to name a few platforms), men and women alike appear to compete in an ongoing competiti...

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Then vs. Now: Learning Lessons from a Bikini Competitor

Then vs. Now: Learning Lessons from a Bikini Competitor

February 23, 2016

Today’s guest post comes from Stephanie Dorworth, a doctor of physical therapy, pilates instructor, and internationally published fitness model. Together with her husband Zachary, they provide health & fitness tips and coaching on their website www.BeautifultotheCo...

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No One Gives a Shit About Your Macros

No One Gives a Shit About Your Macros

December 11, 2015

We all have that one friend – the one who makes regular exercise and proper nutrition a priority in her life. She loves nothing more than to discuss the latest and greatest with what she’s doing in the gym and keep everyone updated on all the morsels of food she...

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