Category Archive: Clients

Nov 16

Come Detox With Us 2017

If you are thinking of a few health goals for the New Year, join us in a 21 Day Cleanse program kicking off January 9th! More details to come, but program will include: a weight loss cleanse that can only be hosted by a health professional, supplements/phytonutrients and herbs to support liver detox and fat metabolism. …

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Feb 18

Enjoy Food, the Right Amount & Satisfy Your Cravings

Yes, easier said than done. Put a homemade meal in front of most people, and suggest they will not have an extra bite, let alone an extra serving – I think we can agree, that would be wishful thinking. It is clear we live in an obesogenic world – food is readily available, cheap and tasty and …

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Feb 12

Client FAQ: When Traveling What Can I Prep/Eat?

I easily answer this question once a week. Regardless if I have a client traveling for the week for work, on the road daily for sales meetings, or just plain busy, people always want to know what to pack/snack and eat for their meals. Client Question: Kelly, I’m on the road this week, what would …

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Jan 06

Client’s Paleo Transition – Becky Schlageter

Please paint a picture of who you are: Becky is an Ohio native who moved to Chicago 6 years ago. She has always been passionate about health and wellness. She graduated from Ohio University with a degree in Exercise Physiology and Pre-Physical Therapy. After college she worked in the corporate world for several years, but …

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Sep 22

FAQ – Breastfeeding & (Paleo) Diet Change

If you are a new mother, breastfeeding and wanting to shed some weight, you may enjoy this common FAQ. If you have any experiences to add, please comment; we would love to hear from you. Client FAQ: “I’m looking to jump start losing the rest of my baby weight and was thinking of going paleo, …

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Aug 22

Corn Syrup in Soy Sauce?!

Getting comfortable upon our return to the US, post living in Australia for two years, I cannot help but find myself feeling “culture shock.” Maybe, “food shock” is a better term. No doubt, I love America and the lifestyle it offers, yet, since being accustomed to daily food markets, butchers with fresh, free range meat …

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Jul 20

Client FAQ – Rice

I had a question – I saw on your latest post that one of the foods you eat is white rice. I thought brown rice is better for you? The difference between brown and white rice is minimal but big enough to make a fuss over. On the outside looking in, brown rice’s nutrient profile looks …

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