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Who says you can’t lose weight quickly and painlessly? Read on …

January is just about over. Are you still committed to your weight loss diet? I’ve had many weight conversations with clients who got off track during the holidays; they ate more, exercised less, and gained weight. Now they want to … Continue reading

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Fat is not a feeling

I will never forget what one of my favorite nutritionist mentors once told me. She said, “Fat is not a feeling.” I hadn’t thought about that before, and now I share it with my clients often. People are not fat. … Continue reading

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Drinking Water Can Speed Weight Loss

There’s one thing I never leave home without – my water bottle. This wasn’t always the case though. Some years ago, I never gave much thought to drinking water and the importance of staying well hydrated. Water tasted boring to … Continue reading

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Top 10 Ways to Tame Your Sweet Tooth

Consciously or not, the average American consumes 28 teaspoons of added sugars a day – that’s more than 90 pounds of sugar per year. The American Heart Association recommends women limit their added sugar to just 100 calories per day … Continue reading

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5 Simple Steps To Healthier Eating

Making changes to eat a more healthful diet usually doesn’t happen overnight; rather, it’s an evolution. Becoming a healthy eater involves a gradual shift toward making better food choices over time. Here are five simple ways to help you evolve … Continue reading

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