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January 14, 2017

Over the next few weeks I’m going to be starting a series of blog posts highlighting the most important and effective steps to lose weight and keep it off. But first, I’m going to share with you a little bit about where my motivation comes from because with so much information about weight loss, nutrition and “lifestyle change” (whatever that means, am I right?)… why should you listen to me? Today I’m going to share a more personal side before we kick off the blog series.

Over the last 3 years I have worked with hundreds of individuals to help them lose weight by changing their lifestyle and habits. In addition to obtaining 2 degrees in nutrition including a Masters from NYU I have spent countless hours living in the research, reading study after study and absorbing as much of the science that I could behind what works to lose weight. The combination of knowledge and application to real clients has provided me with the skill sets to work with individuals of all type to help them change...

 

Being that I work mostly with clients that want to lose weight, the common reason for wanting to eat healthier and workout is to get to a lower weight. So we focus on one change at a time until they are living a life where eating healthy and exercising is just what they do. Along their journey they are shocked to discover so many factors that motivates them to eat healthy and workout, none of which has anything to do with a number on the scale. Even the healthiest among us has probably had a vacation or holiday or just a plain Tuesday that they’ve slipped up and gotten off their routine, myself included. About 80% of the time I am in a very healthy routine, working out 4-6 x week, drinking water all day every day, sleeping well, meal prepping and eating healthy, and limiting alcohol. But then there’s the 20% where I go out and order a burger (with the fries), have a few glasses of wine, go out with some friends, enjoy a big Italian feast upstate with my family... all of which I’m perf...

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