“Look into whether health coaches need insurance” is one of those lines that many of us put at the bottom of a to-do list—and that’s
Top sleep doctor: Trainers, health coaches, and dietitians can make seriously great sleep coaches.
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The internet is full of energy hacks. Try fasting! Put butter in your coffee! Take this supplement! What if you’ve tried all that—and your doctor
The truth about adrenal fatigue.
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Truly horrible fitness advice: “If I can do it, you can do it.”
“If I can do it, you can do it.” You’ve heard that fitness advice. Maybe you’ve even said the words yourself. (Sheepishly raises hand.) And
So you made a mistake with a client—now what?
The moment Dr. Karin Nordin exited the Zoom call, she knew she’d made a crucial mistake. It was her first coaching session with a brand-new
How I stopped tracking macros with my clients—and started seeing better results.
Here’s an unpopular opinion… Macro-style food logging and tracking (think: MyFitnessPal) is NOT the best way to coach your clients on nutrition. There, I said
Social connections: Could they be even more important than cholesterol?
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4 ways to find your niche as a nutrition coach
Liz Durant was unstoppable. She packed 25 marathons into eight years before advancing to ultra-marathons—all while juggling a demanding career in accounting and finance, raising
Food addiction: Why it happens, and 3 ways to help (or get help).
“I can’t stop thinking about food.” Ever felt that way? It’s normal to think about food a fair bit, and occasionally overeat. But what about