Great Food=Great Body
Grocery Store Tours
I've got a major sweet tooth.
My perfect meal? A big, warm brownie topped with any kind of chocolate ice cream, with hot fudge and nuts. Awesome. There's no way I'm giving that up forever.
And I'm not going to tell you to give up your favorite foods forever, either.
But understand: What you eat is critical to your getting shape.
There's a saying: You can't "out-exercise" a bad diet. It's true. You could work out 3 hours a day/5 days a week -- but if you're eating large portions or allowing yourself those double-chocolate chip cookies because you "earned it," you're going to be very frustrated when your body doesn't change.
So learn what it takes to make real, lasting change in just about an hour.
You need the Great Food=Great Body store tour if:
Your body doesn't look the way you want
You don't feel comfortable with the way your body moves or performs
You don't like the way your clothes fit
You know you should be eating healthy foods but you don't know where to start
You're tired of crash dieting to "get in shape" for a special event, rather than just eating well and being in shape
You skip breakfast, or have long periods in-between meals - then you're ravenous by the end of the day and you overeat
You think that eating healthy is super-expensive and you can't afford it
You think you don't have time to cook healthy meals from scratch (Yes, it does take longer than ordering take-out, but it can be done in 30 minutes)
I'll show you how to shop for foods your body will love, put together delicious meals, and still enjoy all your favorite foods (even the ones that, let's just say, aren't doing your body any favors).
The foods on this page are some of my favorites -- I swear, even the healthy ones! Once you start eating right for your body, healthier foods will become some of your favorites, too. Really. You can make eating healthy a habit.
Let's talk about taking the first step to transforming your body into what you've always dreamed of.
Look at all those
The world's most perfect food
*Please note: I am not a nutritionist. The recommendations I give regarding food and nutrition are based on generally accepted principles of nutrition available to the public, my own research on the science of nutrition, and experience with myself and my clients. Please ask your doctor to refer you to a nutritionist if you have medical or other issues that require the help of a nutrition professional.