Learn from my mistakes and ditch the diet. Gain food freedom by practicing intuitive eating!
Since I started my master’s program in nutrition I’ve been the go to food person for my friends and family. I absolutely love when people pick my brain about health and I geek out on anything nutrition related. I usually get asked questions about weight loss, how to increase energy, or my opinion on certain
I can’t believe it’s almost been two weeks since I ended my whole 30 journey. Even though I had a great experience, I knew exactly what non-whole 30 meal I was going to enjoy first. If you really know me, you know that I’m a lover of pancakes. Not French toast. Pancakes. Seriously though, how
Four weeks ago I made the decision to try the whole 30. You might think I’m a crazy person for cutting out added sugar and processed foods from my diet for 30 days. You might also think it’s impossible—especially with the world we live in. But it’s not. It is challenging but so worth it.
Gratitude is a beautiful thing. It can put life into perspective, act as an expression of love, and also raise your vibe. Before watching the documentary “The Secret,” I had no idea how the energy I was putting out into the world had become a direct reflection of my life. I considered myself grateful but
If you want more energy, less brain fog, or to feel better about your body and health overall, eating healthy is KEY. When I started eating healthy I not only felt better but I slowly gained confidence in myself, which helped me improve other areas of my life! Learning how to cook and eat healthy
Learning how to enjoy my food without guilt has been an ongoing process, especially this past year. I think most women can relate to the negative thoughts that come rushing in before, during, or after eating an unhealthy food, which is not a coincidence. Let me explain… Unhealthy foods are often called “bad” or considered
Learning how to read a food label can be a helpful tool, especially for college women. When you buy convenience food on the go, which can be high in sugar, fat, and sodium, you can use your food label knowledge to make healthier choices. The healthy choices you make today will add up over time