Are You Lean or Fat? A Case for Ditching Body Composition Scales.

I had a really interesting experience at the gym the other day. A client at the gym came in for a ‘bod-pod’ analysis. Essentially, a body composition measurement tool that would tell her the percentage of her body that is fat mass vs. lean mass. It’s considered one of the gold standards in body composition…

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How to Cook for Different Tastes at the Same Table.

[Welcome back to the blog my sister, Nicki! As always, Nicki is here to serve up (pun intended) some fab suggestions for all things food related. A frequent question I get from people is, “How do I get my partner/kids on board with my new healthier eating habits?”. Below, Nicki has 5 common dinner ideas…

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Berry and Walnut Pancakes (Grain & Dairy Free)

I’ve been testing many a pancake lately, all for your benefit of course 😉 It can be tough to get the right consistency for gluten free or grain-free pancakes, and thus many test runs were necessary. Fine by me! I finally have this recipe down and it’s time to share with you. These pancakes would…

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Why You Should Eat A Burger And Fries On A Tuesday Afternoon.

You know what’s pretty damn freeing? Choosing to eat a burger and fries on a Tuesday afternoon for lunch. Not a Friday or Saturday night, because it’s the weekend. No, but because it was lunchtime, and I wanted one, and Tuesday is just a day. Eating this burger and fries means nothing to me, which…

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Just Do You.

Paleo. Calorie counting. Metabolic resistance training. Cardio. High carb vs. no carb. Intermittent fasting. Habit building. Short workouts vs. long. Heavy weights. Tracey Anderson. Ugh! What method are you supposed to choose? There’s a million and one opinions on the “best” ways to achieve health in this industry. (Side note: Health is relative, and I’d…

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