Consistency: the single most important aspect of health (or any goal achievement for that matter)

It's so easy to want to give up when things aren't going our way. Obstacles come up that we don't want to face. We are discouraged at working out because we can't always do everything we see others doing. We give up on our diet because we have a week of fast food fails. We … Continue reading Consistency: the single most important aspect of health (or any goal achievement for that matter)

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What goals should beginners focus on?

When you first start thinking about weight loss and exercise, surveying the internet and pop culture for where to start can be an overwhelming nightmare of false advertising, over bloated claims of results, and general misinformation. It's understandable that for many it doesn't take long before just plain giving up. After all, cupcakes look and … Continue reading What goals should beginners focus on?

Coffee – it’s all in what you put in it.

I often see clients sabotage their own weight loss efforts quickly and effectively by not being conscious of the way they are drinking their coffee. Coffee is fantastic - it's got zero calories, gives you a nice pick me up, has anti-oxidants, and helps suppress your appetite during intermittent fasting or when trying to skip … Continue reading Coffee – it’s all in what you put in it.

Portion and Cost Control Strategy: Pork Shoulder

Do you often set out at the beginning of the week having the best intentions to eat portion controlled, home-cooked dinners all week, only to come home exhausted one week and reach for the take-out or frozen food? The typical advice for this behavior is is to pre-portion chicken breasts for the week. But let's … Continue reading Portion and Cost Control Strategy: Pork Shoulder