Daily changes in scale weight are completely normal and to be expected, even if you're not trying to lose weight. I've seen my own weight bounce around 3-5 lbs within the same day, and it depends on a lot of things: how much sleep I've gotten, how stressed out I am, if I currently have … Continue reading Dealing with Scale Weight Fluctuations
Eating healthy foods doesn't have to be all sad and bland chicken breasts. You can mix and match a number of condiments and seasonings to pair well with your protein of choice, whether that's turkey, a lean cut of steak or pork, or even white fish. For example, I can make a delicious cod with … Continue reading Low Calorie Condiments
When I first started working out, the thought of taking pre-workout was really scary. I didn't understand what it was and I didn't think I was enough of a gym rat to need it. I was also proud that I could get through my workouts without extra help. I had also heard of the scary … Continue reading Pre-Workout: Not Just for Meatheads
I see a lot of fitness influencers - both on Instagram and on Pinterest - recommending that people take apple cider vinegar (ACV) pills or shots. I've been recommended by a previous coach to use ACV as a salad dressing of sorts to encourage fat loss - while it was pretty delicious, I have not … Continue reading Apple Cider Vinegar for Fat Loss?
"If It Fits Your Macros" (IIFYM) sounds like a gimmick at first. "Eat foods you love with no guilt!" "Restore a healthy relationship with food!" "No food is bad for you or off limits!" All of this sounds way too good to be true. For some reason, diet culture has tricked us into believing that … Continue reading Eating for Sustainable Weight Loss