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Posted by on Apr 25, 2017 in Nutrition, Weight Loss, Whole Woman Wednesday | 0 comments

Release Weight Naturally And Sustainably Using These 3 Tips

Release Weight Naturally And Sustainably Using These 3 Tips

  In this week’s episode of Whole Woman Wednesday, you’ll learn my three best tips to naturally and sustainably lose weight. These are the same principles I followed to lose 50 lbs that I gained during my second pregnancy and that I teach my patients and nutrition program participants around the world. (If you’re interested in reading more about my weight loss journey, click here.) You’ll notice that I don’t talk about exercise in this video, and while important for a well-rounded healthy lifestyle, exercise actually contributes very little to losing weight. Weight loss is about 80% what you eat, and only 20% exercise.  If you want more guidance and support to achieve your weight release goals, balance your hormones, and feel better in your body, click here to learn about my 28-day online nutrition program, Wonder Woman. This program is wonderful for postpartum mamas, or any woman who is seeking to balance her hormones, clean up her diet, and release weight.   Good news!    I have a brand new...

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Posted by on May 17, 2016 in Nutrition, Postpartum, Useful Tips, Weight Loss | 0 comments

5 Weight Loss Mistakes Every Woman Makes

5 Weight Loss Mistakes Every Woman Makes

  Weight loss is not about deprivation or discipline; it’s about giving your body proper nutrients so that you are finally able to ditch bad-for-you cravings, make healthy food choices and release weight.  As an acupuncturist that specializes in women’s health and nutrition, I’ve coached hundreds of women from all over the world through my online weight loss programs since 2010. And, speaking from experience, I have easily released 40 lbs that I gained with my second pregnancy using the same techniques I teach. I’ve watched women get life-changing results from making a few important but crucial tweaks in their diet, and you can, too. Here are the five most common weight loss mistakes I’ve seen women make:    Counting calories — All calories are not created equal. Different foods elicit different insulin responses, i.e. fat storage response in the body. Think about how 300 calories of cake would make you feel versus 300 calories of veggies. Rather than counting calories, it’s far more important to eat a combination of a good carbohydrate, protein and healthy fat...

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