As Seen [ANd heard!] in
A collection of the work I've contributed to - online articles, podcasts, as well as interviews with other health professionals.
You're faced with opportunities to overeat every day. So what do you do when the inevitable happens: you intentionally or unintentionally overeat your needs?
Are you ever just "done" with weight loss? Here's how to know when you've achieved your personal ideal body weight for you.
Intermittent fasting can be a great eating pattern for some people, but working your exercise routine around it can pose challenges. Consider some of these factors so you can continue to exercise in a way you enjoy while practicing a new eating pattern.
I chat with Lucia Hawley and Hannah Wydeven about my journey towards flexible dieting coaching and how I used it with my active, strength training clients. Listen to my episode on the "You Have a Body" Podcast.
Regan Jones is a Registered Dietitian, former coaching client and totally unmillennial. I was thrilled that she trusted me to put together a completely personalized plan for her to maximize her athletic performance by working around her menstrual cycle. We talk the science behind it all on the "This Unmillennial Life" Podcast.
Since I'm a long time time fan of Laura Schoenfeld and Kelsey Kinney and "The Ancestral RDs" Podcast, I was pretty much fan-girling when I shared my sustainable flexible dieting approach with their audience.
In Their Own Words
Occasionally my clients write about our work together and I LIVE for it. Whether it's on a blog or across social media, I am always thrilled to see their nutrition journey through a their personal lens.
Andrea is a brilliant and talented human being. She's eating more, recovering faster and getting stronger after paying some serious attention to her nutrition. Check her out on Instagram where she frequently talks about her nutrition + olympic weightlifting journey.
Regan wrote about her experience with flexible dieting prior to working with me in a three part series on her blog. You can read about the things she learned through tracking macros here, here, and here.