“Tell me what your life will look like when you’ve lost 40lbs. That’s what you want, so go do it now!” – Sarah Jenks, founder of Live More, Weigh Less. I recently interviewed Sarah Jenks, founder and weight loss coach of Live More, Weigh Less,...
Fermented veggies are one of the healthiest foods you can eat because they’re loaded with probiotic-rich, ‘friendly’ bacteria that help to heal your digestion. Studies are coming out all the time linking friendly bacteria to weight loss, so eating more fermented veggies is a great way...
It turns out that hibernating bears offer another piece of the puzzle as to how to sustain permanent weight loss and that is—friendly bacteria. More and more studies are linking bacteria in your intestines to weight gain. If you have the wrong type of bacteria in your intestines, you will gain weight. Likewise, if you have the right type of bacteria in your intestines, you will lose weight.
Have you ever wondered why some people can eat anything they want and never gain an ounce and others just have to look at an ice cream to gain weight?
The answer may not
The weight loss journey can be extremely frustrating, exhausting, confusing… and at best a rollercoaster.
I know this journey very well. Back in 2001, I weighed more than 400 pounds.
After years of yo-yo
How do you eat a nutritious diet while keeping your grocery bill low?
This is a common question I get from a lot of our community.
It can seem like a catch-22 when you want to eat
Starving for any kind of food is going to make your body gain weight. This is true for several reasons…
First, when we’re deficient in any nutrient, our bodies stay hungry until we get
There’s a lot of controversy about intermittent fasting these days. Is intermittent fasting really good for weight loss?
Before we can understand if intermittent fasting is a good idea in losing weight, let us define intermittent
So if I were to say to you that your coach is making you fat, you would probably think I mean because you’re sitting on it too much and not burning enough calories, right? But actually the real reason being a couch potato may be contributing to your weight is because of a specific class of toxins known as PBDEs or polybrominated diphenyl ethers.
At what point in your day do you say, “I can’t take it… I just need to have some chocolate”? (Or fill in with your favorite naughty treat.)
Perhaps it’s after a long day at