Nutrition as a New Mom: Challenge Complete!

I started this challenge 100% for myself. I was finding myself out of integrity in the ways that I was approaching my nutrition. Often overindulging in social scenarios, committing to new things only to quit shortly after and giving in to temptations. Less about the way I looked and more about how I felt and how I was treating myself.

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How to Help Nutrition Clients Beat Cheat Day Mentality

“Cheat day” is a buzz phrase that has been floating around the diet and nutrition space for years and today, we’re chatting all about how to help your clients beat cheat day mentality so they can build trust with themselves and their relationship with the foods they choose to enjoy.

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Nutrition as a New Mom: Building a Mountain One Layer of Paint at a Time

Day 49/60 complete. I was listening to the Joe Rogan podcast this week and he mentioned a quote that really struck me. He was talking with Dr. Rhonda Patrick about health and fitness and how most people have a really hard time with discipline and compliance over time. He then said: “It’s like building a mountain one layer of paint at a time.”

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What Is a Nutrition Coach and What Do They Do?

Have you ever found yourself sitting in front of your computer Googling questions like “What is a nutrition coach?”, “Do I need a nutrition coach?” or “What is the difference between a nutrition coach and a nutritionist?”

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Nutrition as a New Mom: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

Day 42/60 down. In terms of consistency and compliance, I had my best week yet. YAY! Finally!

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How to Create Accountability: The Missing Piece You Need to Achieve Your Goals

Insta Idea: This could be a fine one for a pic if it works on the feed! Otherwise, pull from the bulleted list:) Maybe one image with circles for each thing vs. a swipe just to switch it up?!

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Alternatives to Macro Tracking: Creative Ways to Help Clients Build Consistency

As a nutrition coach, you will work with many different types of people. Some clients will be super engaged and communicative while others would prefer you take the lead. Some will follow your suggestions to a T well while others will need more encouragement. You may even come across clients who will want you to help them with alternatives to macro tracking.

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Nutrition as a New Mom: It’s Okay to Start Again. Just Keep Showing Up.

Integrity is one of my highest values - to me that means I honor my word and do the things I say I will do. Since Shai was born I was consistently out of integrity with myself when it came to my nutrition. Over and over again I would start something new and within a week have a “screw it” moment where I overate, convincing myself I could just start the next day. Super cliche, I know.

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Should I Program A Refeed Day for My Nutrition Clients?

Curious about refeed days? We’ve got you covered! With great power comes great responsibility. Once you’ve mastered the art of creating macro plans, troubleshooting common holdups, and providing your clients with a sense of self-responsibility and accountability it is time to enter the murky waters of the intermediate level nutrition coach.

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Nutrition as a New Mom: Isn’t the Human Body Amazing?!

One month into this challenge and I am really happy with how this is going so far. It is clear there have been a number of obstacles and bumps in the road but I am still showing up, trying new things, and learning a lot about myself.

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What is Flexible Dieting and is it Right for You?

Whether you’re a nutrition coach or have weight loss or performance goals, you’ve likely tried various diets and methods of eating. Maybe you’ve heard of flexible dieting but are still asking, “What is flexible dieting anyway?” If so, this one’s for you!

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Nutrition as a New Mom: Stomach Bugs and Setting up for Success

Just over a third of the way there! I am back from Florida and boy do I have a story for you.

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