in partnership with Ambitious Athletics & Territory Foods
Death to the diet.
Eat Keto, Paleo, Gluten free, Low Carb, Low Fat, Atkins Diet, South Beach Diet, Whole30, Vegetarian, Vegan, Pescatarian, Mixitarian, Air, Sea, Pants, macros……. food.
When it comes to health, nutrition and fitness, there’s a ton of information out there. That’s the problem. There’s so much information. It all seems to conflict. It’s not organized. And people don’t know where to start or what to do with it.
The good thing is, there is a ton of information out there.
The bad thing is, there is no form of application that supports or demonstrates what’s best for you. Which in a way is a good thing because when it comes to your diet, it gets personal.
Trying to change your habits and lifestyle with just “information” is like learning to do your own surgery or fly a plane simply by surfing blogs or reading the hottest clickbait. Not a great idea.
Sadly, month after month, year after year, people continue to try the latest, greatest diet (or supplement or whatever) to only give up or alter it to their liking a couple of weeks later in sheer frustration as they look in the mirror or step on the scale to find little to nothing has changed. Not to mention that the latest and greatest just isn’t that sustainable.
If this sounds like you, I’m here to tell you that it’s not your fault.
The problem is, the marketers who have sold us on quick fixes like 8-minute abs, abs in 8-weeks, and 4-minute high intensity tabata workouts.
As a exercise and nutrition coach, I’ve seen a lot; from spotty periods, hair loss, osteopenia, poor sex drive, poor sleep habits, severe under eating and so much more.
During this education lesson we’ll navigate through food, body composition, metabolic rate, hormones, diet phases, and the applications used to create food/diet sustainability.