Archive for Category: Blog

Starvation Mode – Is It a Thing?

I’ve been lurking… I’ve been lurking in FB communities to see what people are saying about fat loss. I’m looking for the most damaging trends or lines of focus that trap women in the diet industry for life....

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Fat Loss is NOT Magic

I’ve joined a few communities on FB so I can understand the fat loss consumer better. I couldn’t have been prepared for what I learned. The first group I joined was a group on weight loss tips. Over...

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Is Exercise Necessary?

EXERCISE! I know – not everybody loves it and I know not everybody wants to do it. Let’s talk about why it is that some of us have an aversion to exercise and some of the things that are...

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Social Conditioning & Why It Matters

This is my favourite topic. I love it because so much of what we do and how we see ourselves comes from it. Social conditioning. What the hell is that? Social conditioning is the set of instructions each of...

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Weight Loss & PCOS – an Interview

We already know it’s popular to demonize carbs. Society has been doing it since the ’70s when Dr Atkins published a book on the topic. The origin goes back even further than that, with reported low-carb practices in the...

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Food Demonization

My social feeds are full of people claiming that there are good and bad foods. You’ve heard them, too, I’m sure. Every New Years I see the meme that says: stop eating THESE FOODS right now! And it lists...

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The Making of a Musclebound Mama

I have to tell you – having a podcast is not something I ever considered and that will amuse you if you happen to be a follower on Twitter where I’ve been ranting about the fat loss industry for...

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Luck – There is No Such Thing

I did not want this workout. At all. It took me about an hour to convince myself to head downstairs to the gym to get this done. Like, my gym is IN my house and still took convincing...

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Meeting Yourself Where You Are

One of the components of my job I love most is helping women see their relationship with food and how it colours their choices every single day. It’s fair to say that in a country where 60% of the...

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