The Top 6 Things Holding You Back from Losing Weight

As a nutrition coach, one of the questions friends and family ask me most is, “Why can’t I lose weight?”. It’s a common question and not all surprising since the process of weight loss is complex and has a lot of variables.

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How to Stop Stress Eating (and Finally Lose Weight)

It’s not the most fun topic to talk about — stress-eating. We’ve all been there… What if you could break that cycle?

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The 10 Best Things to Share With Your Nutrition Coach

How can you get the most out of your time with your online nutrition coach? What should you be talking about with him/her? How do you ensure you squeeze out every ounce of knowledge during this time and create an effective experience? What is the secret!?

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CrossFit Open Tips From WAG Nutrition Coaches

The CrossFit Open is an exciting time whether you’re new to the game or have been at it for a while. At WAG Nutrition, we’ve coached hundreds of clients through one of the most popular CrossFit community events so naturally, we have some advice to give.

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How to Enjoy "The Process" with your Nutrition

Whether it is getting healthier, losing weight, making weight for a competition, getting stronger, optimizing performance, or improving gut health (just to name a few goals we see here at WAG), learning to love “The Process” is one of the things that will help you get there.

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Should I Bulk, Cut, Reverse or Maintain?

If you’ve ever wondered something like… “Should I bulk, cut or maintain my weight?” “What is bulking, anyway?”  “How can I reverse diet without gaining weight?” “How does weight maintenance work?” Or, “How do I cut weight and still feel my best?” ...this article is for you.

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How to Measure Progress Without the Scale

The scale is only one measure of progress. There are many alternative ways to measure progress that do not involve your weight. In fact, focusing on more than one method to measure your progress can be very helpful in assessing your progress accurately. After all, the more puzzle pieces you have, the easier it is to put the whole picture together, right?

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What is a Growth Mindset vs. Fixed Mindset in Nutrition?

The term “mindset” is used quite often in the nutrition coaching space. While it might sound a bit “woo woo” at first, there is a lot of research to suggest that mindset plays a huge role in your ability to make nutritional changes. Whether you believe you’re capable of change or stuck right where you are can make or break your ability to reach your goals.

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What Should I Eat to Support My Immune System?

The question, “What should I eat to support my immune system?” can be answered with one big word that describes a very small dietary element: micronutrients. Micronutrients play an important role in supporting your immune system. And hey, if a healthier immune system means not missing out on time in the gym or with family and friends and spending less time in the medicine aisle of the grocery store, it’s worth prioritizing, right?

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Healthy Thanksgiving Tips: 3 Nutrition Mistakes To Avoid

We know that you want to go into and come out of your Thanksgiving dinner feeling successful and proud of your decisions while still enjoying the foods and people you love. So, we’re sharing three common Thanksgiving nutrition mistakes we see so you can see them coming and head into your celebration with a plan.

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Nutrition Timing Based on Your Workout Schedule

What is nutrition timing and how can it help you achieve your performance or aesthetic goals? I get this question a LOT and as a nutrition coach, I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with it. Here’s why: Nutrition timing can be the thing that takes an experienced tracker and athlete from really good to great.

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How to Eat Healthy on a Budget

Figuring out how to eat healthy on a budget doesn’t have to include excel spreadsheets, long division or extreme coupon books (wait, are those still a thing?).

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