How I stopped tracking macros with my clients—and started seeing better results.

Here’s an unpopular opinion… Macro-style food logging and tracking (think: MyFitnessPal) is NOT the best way to coach your clients on nutrition. There, I said it. Now hear me out…

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Social connections: Could they be even more important than cholesterol?

Reviewed by Karin Nordin, PhD “More hugs.” Ever seen a health professional write that on a prescription note? Probably not. Though we’re often told to improve our health by eating

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4 ways to find your niche as a nutrition coach

Liz Durant was unstoppable. She packed 25 marathons into eight years before advancing to ultra-marathons—all while juggling a demanding career in accounting and finance, raising three kids, moving frequently, and

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Food addiction: Why it happens, and 3 ways to help (or get help).

“I can’t stop thinking about food.” Ever felt that way? It’s normal to think about food a fair bit, and occasionally overeat. But what about when thoughts of food crowd

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These 6 Charts Show Why Recovery Isn’t “Soft” Fitness Advice—It’s a Health Game-Changer

Rest and recovery are just as important as sweaty grueling workouts. There, we said it. But does anyone believe it? Gentle yoga sessions and extra time in bed can feel

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Take clients from “I’m overwhelmed” to “I’ve got this.”

People often don’t think straight when they’re stressed out. That includes clients. It’s as if an evil scientist has inserted a microchip into their brains—one that forces them to do

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What Norwegian death metal can teach you about stress management.

Imagine life with nothing to challenge you, change you, or encourage you to grow. Sounds like a total snooze, right? Well, that’s a life with no stress. In reality, we

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How to sleep better—when nothing helps you sleep better

Reviewed by Jennifer Martin, PhD It’s 3:17 am, and you’re awake. Your bedroom is a cool 65° F, and inky black thanks to your blackout blinds. You haven’t touched caffeine

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PCOS: Three evidence-based strategies that really work

Reviewed by Stephanie Paver, MS, RD What is PCOS CausesSymptomsPCOS DietTreatment Weight LossFor Coaches cne, hair in weird places, weight gain, wonky periods, and fertility struggles. Those are just some

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Cell phones have a terrible reputation. Here’s how to use yours for better health.

We’re not going to tell you all the reasons you need a digital detox. Because suggesting you part ways from your smartphone is like suggesting you stop driving your car.

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