Conquer your cravings:  Break the sinister cycle  that makes you overeat:

Conquer your cravings: Break the sinister cycle that makes you overeat:

By Julia Malacoff and Jennifer Nickle From ruining your progress to making you feel like a failure, food cravings aren’t your friend (no matter what they say). In this article, we break down the real reasons you can’t stop over-snacking, and explain how to combine...
3 crucial (and counterintuitive) strategies for getting loved ones to support your healthy lifestyle:

3 crucial (and counterintuitive) strategies for getting loved ones to support your healthy lifestyle:

By Alex Picot-Annand Effective ways to deal with negative peer pressure and sabotage. Changing your eating and exercise habits is hard enough. Getting loved ones to support your healthy lifestyle changes? Prepare to grit your teeth. The company you keep does affect...
The 30-day eating challenge that can blow your mind—and transform your body:

The 30-day eating challenge that can blow your mind—and transform your body:

By Krista Scott-Dixon, Ph.D. Diet challenges are usually all about what you can’t eat. But what if you could see huge results from a self-experiment that doesn’t make any foods off-limits? Instead of focusing on what you eat, our 30-day eating challenge emphasizes how...
What’s that study REALLY say? How to decode research, according to science nerds:

What’s that study REALLY say? How to decode research, according to science nerds:

By Brian St. Pierre, M.S., RD, CSCS and Helen Kollias, Ph.D. Academic studies aren’t going to top any “best summer reads” lists: They can be complicated, confusing, and well, pretty boring. But learning to read scientific research can help you answer important client...
5 significant reasons to lose weight. (Why isn’t the media covering these?):

5 significant reasons to lose weight. (Why isn’t the media covering these?):

By James Heathers, Ph.D. Forget heart attacks and skinny jeans. This is why weight loss is important. Avoiding heart disease and looking ‘fab’ aren’t always great reasons to lose weight. However, here are 5 immediate and significant ways your life can change when you...
Calories in vs. out? Or hormones? The debate is finally over. Here’s who won:

Calories in vs. out? Or hormones? The debate is finally over. Here’s who won:

By John Berardi, Ph.D. When it comes to body change, there’s no topic more polarizing than “calories in vs. calories out.” Some argue it’s the be-all and end-all of weight loss. Others say it’s oversimplified and misguided. In this article, we explore every angle of...
Overstressed and overeating:

Overstressed and overeating:

How to solve the two biggest health and fitness problems most women face. By Krista Scott-Dixon Feeling overworked and under-appreciated? Having trouble staying consistent with nutrition and fitness because of life’s demands? Wondering if you’ll ever be able to find...
‘What’s happening to my body!?’ 6 lifestyle strategies to feel your best during menopause:

‘What’s happening to my body!?’ 6 lifestyle strategies to feel your best during menopause:

By Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon, Dr. Helen Kollias, Jennifer Broxterman, MSc, RD, and Pamela Ruhland Hot flashes, mood swings, weight gain, brain fog: Menopause can make you wonder if your body is totally cuckoo. But what many women don’t realize is that they do have some...
How to eat healthy on a budget:  5 ways to prioritise nutrition while reducing cost:

How to eat healthy on a budget: 5 ways to prioritise nutrition while reducing cost:

By Alex Picot-Annand and Jennifer Nickle Organic produce, artisanal sourdough, strictly grass-fed meat: Yes, they’re ‘good’ for you… but they’re also too expensive for most people. The great news? There are foods that are both nutrient-rich and budget-friendly. In...
Nutrition for seniors: 7 lifestyle strategies to stay strong, healthy, and independent longer:

Nutrition for seniors: 7 lifestyle strategies to stay strong, healthy, and independent longer:

By Jennifer Broxterman, MSc, RD Forgetting things, feeling incapable, grappling with loneliness, and maybe not enjoying daily life? Aging is inevitable, but these symptoms don’t have to be. Whether you’re noticing them in yourself, or coaching someone who is, here’s...
How top-earning health and fitness coaches save time, get better results, and work + live on their own terms:

How top-earning health and fitness coaches save time, get better results, and work + live on their own terms:

By John Berardi, Ph.D. Everyone in health and fitness eventually hits the same wall: Time. Specifically, they run out of it. They start feeling like there aren’t enough hours to coach clients, manage their businesses, and keep an eye on growth. How do top coaches save...
3 simple, fast, free strategies for getting coaching clients without an advertising budget or big network:

3 simple, fast, free strategies for getting coaching clients without an advertising budget or big network:

By John Berardi, Ph.D. If you’re new to health, fitness, or nutrition coaching you’ve probably worried — at least a little — about how you’re going to get clients. Especially in this age of paid search, Facebook ads, and more. Well, worry no longer. These simple,...
Avoiding coach burnout:  8 strategies for building resilience and becoming burnout proof:

Avoiding coach burnout: 8 strategies for building resilience and becoming burnout proof:

By Krista Scott-Dixon You know those coaches who seem balanced, resilient, content, successful? They’re not superhuman. They just have strategies to help them surf the ups and downs of their meaningful but challenging work. Here are eight big ones, designed to help...
Eating Too Much? You Can Blame Your Brain:

Eating Too Much? You Can Blame Your Brain:

By Brian St. Pierre How brain signaling drives what you eat. (And what to do about it). It’s no secret that obesity rates have been rising in the U.S. (and other industrialized nations) for the past 30 years. It’s also no secret that Americans eat more than they used...
What to do when you don’t like vegetables.  3 steps for training your palate (and why it’s important):

What to do when you don’t like vegetables. 3 steps for training your palate (and why it’s important):

By James Heathers and Jennifer Nickle SHARE What can you do when you have serious health and fitness goals…but you just don’t like vegetables? First, know that you’re not crazy (and you’re not alone). Next, try our 3-step formula to go from spitting out to seeking out...
Manufactured deliciousness:  Why you can’t stop overeating (plus 3 strategies to get control):

Manufactured deliciousness: Why you can’t stop overeating (plus 3 strategies to get control):

By Jennifer Broxterman, MSc, RD You know the feeling: One salty crunch turns into 100, and suddenly you’re licking the cheese dust and wondering: What’s wrong with me?  Actually, it’s normal to feel like you can’t stop overeating certain things. Today’s hyperpalatable...
Can you gain weight from eating too little? No, but here’s why it’s so easy to think you can:

Can you gain weight from eating too little? No, but here’s why it’s so easy to think you can:

By Brian St. Pierre You’re tracking your eating and exercise meticulously but not seeing results. Has your metabolism slowed to a crawl? Are your hormones off? Is it really possible to GAIN weight from eating too LITTLE? Here’s what’s really going on — and how to...
Meal plans usually suck.  Here are 6 better ways to transform your diet:

Meal plans usually suck. Here are 6 better ways to transform your diet:

By Brian St. Pierre Lots of people looking to improve their eating think meal plans are the answer. The only problem? Meal plans usually suck… and they rarely last. So, instead of prescribing yet another doomed eating regimen, check out these 6 ways to transform any...
The benefits of overindulgence. (And the 4 key lessons that eating too much can teach you):

The benefits of overindulgence. (And the 4 key lessons that eating too much can teach you):

By Krista Scott-Dixon New clients often come to us feeling guilty and weak after a holiday season, a vacation, or a long weekend of overeating. Our response often surprises them. Because we know that there are some surprising benefits of overindulgence and key lessons...

Why the “pause-button mentality” is ruining your health and fitness:

By John Berardi, Ph.D. “I’ll resume healthy eating after my vacation… once the baby is born… after Dad gets out of the hospital… January 1… Monday.” While this kind of “pause-button mentality” seems reasonable, it could be ruining your health and fitness. Here’s why,...
Can personal trainers and health coaches give nutrition advice?

Can personal trainers and health coaches give nutrition advice?

By John Berardi, Ph.D. It’s a hot debate: Can personal trainers, health coaches, and other non-RD professionals give nutrition advice to their clients? You’ll be surprised (and relieved) to hear: Yes, to a degree. Here’s exactly what you’re allowed to say, and why...
25+ nutrition and lifestyle strategies to lower your risk of Alzheimer’s disease:

25+ nutrition and lifestyle strategies to lower your risk of Alzheimer’s disease:

By John Berardi, PhD. Worried about Alzheimer’s disease and neurodegeneration? There are many things we can’t control when it comes to cognitive decline. But certain nutrition and lifestyle choices may help to lower our risk. Here’s how to stack the deck in your...
7 proven + profitable models for adding nutrition coaching to a health and fitness business:

7 proven + profitable models for adding nutrition coaching to a health and fitness business:

By John Berardi, PhD. Learning more about nutrition is one thing; turning that knowledge into results (and a thriving practice) is another. That’s why, in this article, I share seven proven business models from top health and fitness experts. Use them to grow your...
How To Answer The Most Common Nutrition Questions Like a Boss:

How To Answer The Most Common Nutrition Questions Like a Boss:

By John Berardi and Brian St. Pierre Whether you’re a personal trainer, strength coach, nutritionist, or health coach, you’re going to get a ton of nutrition questions. Heck, even if you’re just really passionate about health and fitness, you’re probably getting...
The 3 absolute worst health and fitness goals you must avoid.

The 3 absolute worst health and fitness goals you must avoid.

Plus a clear recipe for turning ‘bad’ fitness goals into ‘good’ ones. By John Berardi, Ph.D. If you want to achieve your health and fitness goals, you need a powerful formula, something to organize your efforts. In this article we’ll help you get organized while...