Weighing Yourself

Do you weigh yourself all the time or never weigh yourself? The scale can be a useful tool if used appropriately. The scale can be a useful tool for weight loss and for maintaining your weight. Research has shown that people that weigh themselves regularly […]

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Setting Realistic Goals

As I have mentioned before I am the nutritionist for a yoga and spin studio in Denver, Qi, and we have organized a New Year’s Weight Loss Challenge where gym members sign up, put in a $20 entry fee and then the winner by largest […]

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Diet Myths

 There are so many diets out there. Eat this and not this and you will be skinny forever! I thought it would be helpful to breakdown some common diet myths so we can get back to eating healthy and save ourselves the time and energy […]

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Pack Your Lunch!

I am a big proponent of packing your own lunches. You can better regulate how much you eat and how many calories you are ingesting. The salads a lot of restaurants can pack enough calories as a Big Mac. Also, packing your lunch is budget-friendly. […]

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Food Journals

Keeping a food journal can be a valuable tool to helping you meet your nutrition goals. We often eat bites here and there without remembering. Writing everything we eat and drink makes us more accountable and makes us think more about our nutrition choices. We […]

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Navigating the Grocery Store

Shopping for groceries – Can be daunting – finding the time, figuring out what to buy, navigating the store etc. If you do not have an idea of how grocery stores are laid out and have a shopping list you will waste time wondering around […]

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