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Brittany is a coach and our Director of Coaching here at WAG Nutrition. She is a registered Dietician and has been with our team since 2016. Get to know a little more about her:
When it comes to nutrition and habit change, mindset plays a major role in your success. These six books can help you with your mindset, planning, and understanding of the way you relate to your food behaviors.
I know what you’re thinking—what do you mean you should let your clients make mistakes? Clients learn from mistakes—mistakes help them grow, reflect, learn, and correct. The next time around they’ll have better tools in their toolbox to thrive and make choices they’re proud of.
Dialing in your sleep is a major proponent for busting through plateaus, which is why we refer members to this article often. So much so that we’ve added more tips and practical devices for improving sleep to the list!
When it comes to being a successful nutrition, fitness, or wellness coach, the thing that sets you apart is you. Your knowledge, ability to connect and build trust with clients, the results you help your clients achieve, and the nutrition coaching software you use.
We provide an in-depth look at how to count macros for weight loss. We’ll tackle why counting macros is an effective way to lose weight, suggestions for getting started if you’re new to counting macros, how to calculate macros for weight loss, how to lose weight without negatively impacting your performance or recovery, and how to think about macro tracking (or not macro tracking) long-term.
We have created the WAG Holiday Nutrition Guide—to help you have a fantastic season, while still staying healthy.
In this article, we’ll cover the basics of how to read a nutrition label and break down the sections of a nutrition label that are most important when it comes to counting macros and making informed food decisions.
If you have a difficult time through the holidays due to anxiety around socializing and food choices then take some time to consider what is bringing up these feelings. Are you holding onto an idea of perfection that you need to work through? Is it time to start introducing more flexibility into your nutrition plan? Does the feeling of being “out of control” around food or with your schedule add tons of stress to your plate?
At first glance, low-carb diets and keto diets may seem similar in that they both limit carb intake. However, these diet types differ in a few key ways. Knowing the differences between a low-carb diet and a keto diet will help you choose the proper diet based on your goals, lifestyle, and preferences.
In search of high-protein Costco foods? Look no further! Today, we’re (literally) unpacking our go-to high protein picks from one of our favorite box stores.