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No Judgment Needed…

People in different diet camps love to argue over which foods you should and should not eat— sometimes with what seems like religious fervor. If you’ve ever been the victim of such judgment you know it doesn’t feel good. At a health coaching conference last summer I could feel the piercing glare of a women… Continue Reading

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Freezer Bars (yum!)

I love the convenience of energy bars, but a lot of them are loaded with sugar and artificial chemical ingredients you can’t pronounce (well at least I can’t). Instead try these Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Freezer Bars. You keep them in the freezer, so they are the perfect make-ahead-of-time-go-to-snack. This is a basic recipe, so feel… Continue Reading

Got To Get You Into My Life…

There is a lot of information out there on healthy eating. What most experts can agree on is that eating vegetables, especially those dark leafy greens, will improve your vitality and overall health. Green vegetables are full of vitamins and minerals that good for our bones, muscles and brains and they are also a rich… Continue Reading

My Story...

I started my first diet when I was 13. The low fat diet I followed was super easy. All you had to do was keep your fat down to 20 grams a day. You could eat cookies and processed junk, as long as the food was low-fat. And guess what? It worked. I lost 10 pounds over the summer, but that is about all I did that summer. I was too hungry and tired to do anything else… I really couldn’t function, and guess what else happened? I gained all the weight back the next year.

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