Category: Weight Loss

Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

5 Ways To Heal Your Gut

“All disease begins in the gut.” -Hippocrates Digestive symptoms are shockingly common, and are sadly thought to be normal by many sufferers. These conditions might include bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux, pain and more. Needless to say, not fun. Many digestive symptoms come down to a common syndrome that feels just about as nice

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

How To Eat Out In Restaurants

For so many health-conscious people (or those on the road to making healthier choices), perhaps the biggest challenge across the board is learning how to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle while also enjoying a meal out. For some, this might just be an occasional lunch or dinner with friends or family, but for many,

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Lifestyle
Jessica Romeo

My Travel Survival Guide

Tips For Remaining Successful With Your Healthy Lifestyle While Still Having A Great Time  Does the idea of traveling freak you out a little bit?  You have been successful with eating right and getting in your exercise since New Years, but now you are about to get out of your normal routine.  I always have

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Healthy Living
PS1000

4 Foods To Give Up For Lent, and Even for Life

We are aware that Lent usually falls in the second week in February, and lasts roughly 40 days. That means our conscious is telling us to give up something we enjoy to fully participate. There are many common things people usually give up for lent, such as candy, television, social media, and alcohol. While the

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

3 Deep Rooted Weight Loss Myths Debunked

As a Holistic Nutritionist, I strongly dislike the mainstream meaning of the word “diet.” It implies subjecting our bodies and minds to a period of short-term deprivation in order to reach a (often unhealthy or unattainable) end weight goal, and people view it as simply something that must be endured if they wish to lose

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Weight Loss
PS1000

What Can Happen If You Take Exercising Too Far?

We all know the benefits of exercising and how it can be good for our bodies and our minds all around. But what we are not told, is the danger of pushing exercising too far and to listen to your body before it is too late. What are the signs you need to check for

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Nutrition
Rachel Fiske

GOOD FAT BAD FAT: CLEARING UP THE CONFUSION

There are plenty of nutrition and health-related topics out there shrouded in misinformation and confusion, but I would venture to say that the topic of fats easily tops the list. How did Americans come to believe that fat was such a dietary evil-doer and responsible for not just obesity, but a laundry list of medical

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

Sleep and Weight Loss: The Connection

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who have suffered from insomnia, you know that it can be truly debilitating. We often find ourselves irritable, depressed, over-emotional, excessively hungry, and craving carbs and sugar. Bottom line: sleep is essential. And ironically, SO many people (more women than men) struggle with getting adequate, quality sleep

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

5 Common Weight Loss Mistakes

There is nothing more discouraging than putting in the hard work it takes to lose weight, and not see results. Understandably, when we are devoting time, energy, and money to exercising and eating well, but are either not losing weight, or perhaps even gaining weight, this can launch us into feelings of failure, and wanting

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

Smart Fitness Goals for 2019

Some of you might be familiar with the term SMART goals, but for most, this is likely a new concept. Before breaking down the definition, let’s consider what so often happens post-January 1st fitness resolutions, and why it is so important to wisely and realistically set our goals. For many of us, our new years

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