Traveling Health Coach in Marrakech

Camels, snake charmers, monkeys in dresses, local cuisine, extraordinary architecture and hot weather can pretty much sum up my extremely quick and efficient traveling health coach edition of Marrakech. I was there for less than 48 hours and had a week’s worth of experience. I’m not one to sit around at a pool all day when […]

Traveling Health Coach in São Paulo

Coffe, cod and caipirinhas (in that order). Did I forget futbol? Of course, as the World Cup rages on I’m still wishing I can go back. But for now, I’ll just share my tips as a traveling health coach to Brazil. São Paulo is a sprawling city with over 19 million people living there and […]

How To Navigate Grocery Store Shopping

Are you overwhelmed by grocery store shopping? If so, don’t be. It is one of the most important steps in taking control of your health through lifestyle changes. Instead of relying on restaurants and fast food slingers to nourish your body, take the control back into your own hands and be sure you are supplying […]

Make One Healthy Change in Your Diet for 2014

Most of us can identify with one of these four nutritional archetypes. And just one of these habits may be the reason we haven’t hit our goals in the past. Make 2014 the year to make just one dietary change to make you a healthier, happier and fitter you! Weekend Splurger: Can Friday not come […]

5 Exercises for Morning Commuters

The average American spends about 50 minutes commuting to and from work everyday. However, if you live in one of the bigger cities like New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. or San Francisco, chances are you are spending over an hour everyday on your butt, and this doesn’t include the hours your spend at your […]

Health Coach or Nutritionist? Which Path Is Right for You?

Over the years, I’ve had many people reach out to me for advice regarding which path to choose when studying nutrition. Most people are looking to make a life changing career move, away from corporate and towards something more meaningful to them. Perhaps they’ve had a parent with an illness or have been dealing with […]