A diet break may seem counterintuitive - why would you need a diet break when you still have weight loss goals to achieve? Does taking a diet break reverse all of the progress you made?
When you set a goal to lose weight, the next question is often “how long will it take me to reach my weight-loss goal?”, right?
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.
What is your metabolism, why does it change so much from person to person and how does the amount you eat impact how many calories you burn each day?
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.
If you’ve already read Part One of this series, you know the answer to that question. Losing fat requires a client to work with their body, not against it.
Welcome to Part One of our two-part series highlighting the ways in which undereating may lead to slower fat loss for your clients. The first part focuses on how undereating slows progress so you can understand it as a coach.
When it comes to fat loss for women, it’s important to know how women’s bodies are unique. Discover fitness and lifestyle tips to help women lose fat.