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In this episode of the WAG Podcast, WAG coach Brittany Werner joins Michael in a unique conversation about her life and experience living overseas, working in nutrition with children and bariatric clients, finding her home with WAG, and now working mostly with working moms.

As a mother of three, Brittany found her passion in working with other moms. She talks about the lessons she’s learned from these momma clients and her understanding that when you’re a caregiver you're giving everything to your kids. This has taught her that if you pull back a little and give a little more to yourself then you can give more to everyone.

Brittany has had an incredibly interesting journey, giving her a unique perspective on different nutrition situations.


  • 3:00 - Lessons brought back from the different cultures after traveling 
  • 6:00 - The hardest part about coming back to the states
  • 9:00 - How did you get into nutrition?
  • 10:40 - Finding WAG
  • 14:30 - Experience working with WAG as a client
  • 17:15 - How some views on nutrition changed after joining WAG
  • 19:55 - Passion and lessons working with working moms.
  • 26:00 - The best advice is simple
  • 27:15 - What is nutrition?
  • 28:15 - Other tips that are helpful for working moms
  • 34:05 - Difference between coaching athletes and bariatric clients
  • 39:00 - Should someone who has little to no healthy habits go straight move straight to tracking, weighing and measuring their food?
  • 41:45 - Last piece of advice for listeners


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