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Fat Loss Timeline

The reality of weight loss timeline How soon should you expect your weight to start dropping?  Here’s a typical scenario: 2 weeks before someone’s wedding (or even yours!)/X-mas/Summer/fill-in-the-blank you decide to drop 5/10/15/fill-in-the-blank pounds. You go on a keto/atkins/cabbage-soup/fill-in-the-blank diet. How much can you lose? The bigger question is - will you keep it off?… Continue reading Fat Loss Timeline

Intuitive eating · Personalized Nutrition · Weight loss

How to beat cravings

Cravings hit - whether due to hormonal fluctuations (often as PMS in women), seasonal changes, shifts in microbiome (gut bacteria), some prescription medications or simply due to a concerted effort to eat less for weight loss - we all go through periods of time when we are hungry - All. The. Time. It often becomes… Continue reading How to beat cravings

Personalized Nutrition · Weight loss

Does intermittent fasting work for weight loss?

Does intermittent fasting work for weight loss?Intermittent Fasting (IF) is an eating approach in which you go without eating for 12-18 hours straight. Let's say you have your dinner at 6 pm and your next meal is breakfast at 8 am - you've just passed 14 hrs without eating. Many people claim that IF helps… Continue reading Does intermittent fasting work for weight loss?

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A Word on Processed Food

As a nutritionist, I know that weight gain is a multifactorial process, involving excess energy intake vs. expenditure, genetic and metabolic differences, emotional dependence on food and other physical and psychological conditions. However, when I’m asked to single out one particular reason – without a doubt it is overconsumption of processed foods 🍟🍕🍭🍬 Processed foods… Continue reading A Word on Processed Food

Busting the Diet Myth · Intuitive eating · Personalized Nutrition

To Gluten Or Not To Gluten?

These days nutrition trends rise and fall pretty much every couple of months. Paleo, ketogenic, grain free, carb cycling, intermittent fasting, gluten free – to name a few. It’s ironic, but some people don’t even know what gluten is and why they eat gluten-free. First – let’s go over what is gluten and why it… Continue reading To Gluten Or Not To Gluten?