For those of you who have worked with me in the past, it's likely we've talked about a diet that is free from wheat and gluten. While my bias remains, one of the most challenging aspects for my clients is being able to go out for a nice meal with their friends or family and not have to worry about "paying" for it later. So, in order to make … [Read more...]
Eat For Energy
Do you know which foods are sapping your energy?
The first step in regaining your energy and overcoming fatigue is identifying exactly which foods make you tired. This is not as simple as eating so-called “healthy” foods and avoiding the “unhealthy” foods. That advice will only get you so far.
The foods that cause fatigue in you are different than the foods that cause fatigue in your friend.
You need to move beyond diets and nutrition plans. You need to identify exactly which foods give you energy and which foods make you tired. I'll show you how!
Take a look below to see some of our most recent posts on how you can Eat For Energy!
Have you heard about the latest diet craze? All you have to do is only eat __________ (choose one): protein and lettuce fruit and nuts lean meat and brown rice and you will ___________ (choose one): lose weight! awaken refreshed! look like Tom Brady or Gisele Bundchen! You can see where we're going with … [Read more...]
The wheat industry wants you to believe that gluten and other grain-based foods are necessary for health. But how healthy are they really? And do they need to be a part of your fatigue-fighting nutrition plan? I'm confident it will come as no surprise to you that in order to beat fatigue and start flourishing you're going to need adequate levels … [Read more...]
What exactly is gluten and why is there so much buzz around going gluten-free? Is it the latest fad diet or is there legitimate research backing up the claims to ditch the wheat? Let’s start with the basics. The word gluten is Latin and translates to “glue”. Just like glue, it binds together whatever product it is added to. In baking, when … [Read more...]
If you've been diagnosed with celiac disease, have a family history of chronic illness, and generally feel awful every time you eat bread, the answer is yes, you do need a gluten-free diet. But what about if you have a mild level of fatigue? Or, perhaps you have chronic fatigue syndrome. Do you really need a gluten-free diet in order to … [Read more...]