Nutrition for the Weekend Warrior Podcast

I'm super excited and honored to have been interviewed for the Weekend Warriors podcast. Meg Donnelly, LMT is Herndon's rockstar licensed massage therapist for active adults. I feel very blessed that she moved into the office next door to me, as we both work with active adult clients. Meg has an energy that is contagious … Continue reading Nutrition for the Weekend Warrior Podcast

How to Enjoy Salt for Your Health

Sodium. Essential for life. But too much is a recipe for a health crisis. Sodium plays a key role in hydration during high-intensity exercise and hot, humid conditions. For the rest of the day when you aren't working out, and especially if you don't exercise much, it's time to dive into a world of flavor … Continue reading How to Enjoy Salt for Your Health

Eating to Fuel Your Workout

Whether a student, pro, or recreational athlete, are you struggling to figure out what to eat pre, during, or post exercise? What about on competition days? You know you need to fuel, but you don't want to get sick when the competition starts. You've heard carbs are bad, but what to do instead? As with … Continue reading Eating to Fuel Your Workout

Putting Off Health til the New Year?

This is the biggest pitfall of new year's resolutions: we stack the deck against ourselves with holiday binging, comforted by the idea that we have a date set for the healthy habits to start. Don't get me wrong, there is a lot of good about truly enjoying the feast. This is a very special time … Continue reading Putting Off Health til the New Year?

Who’s Teaching My Kids to Make Healthy Choices?

My 10-year old looks over my shoulder as I type the title of this blog and then answers the question, "You. Duh!" I attended a meeting at the National Academies of Science last week on the parent's role in preventing childhood obesity. As always, I thought as much about my family and myself as a parent … Continue reading Who’s Teaching My Kids to Make Healthy Choices?