Posts Tagged ‘guest’

Choosing a Health Coach Training

Health Coach Training

For many of us, the decision to become a health or wellness coach is a hugely important one. It’s often something we come to after struggling with our own health challenges, and usually stems from the desire to help others who are going through the same thing. It’s more than just a job—it’s an opportunity […]

Why Nutrition Knowledge is Not Enough

knowing what to eat

In today’s world, we have an overabundance of information at our fingertips when it comes to what we “should” be eating.  Yet obesity and lifestyle-related diseases are escalating rapidly in number. While some people do have conditions and diseases that can be alleviated with some simple dietary strategies, the majority of the population needs something […]

5 Ways to Boost Your Plant Based Diet

Plant Based Diet

Plant based diets continue to grow in popularity. Folks are finding good reasons to shift their eating lifestyle in drastic ways. Whether it’s in response to health news or environmental quality or concerns of the heart for animals, the marketplace has jumped in to provide more diverse choices than ever before. Whether you’ve been doing […]

The Future of Food: 5 Trends

The Future of Food

Every week in the news, we hear debilitating and depressing figures about the decline of our planet and food systems. The oceans are running out of fish, desertification is occurring at a rate 30-35 times faster than we’ve ever seen before, and air pollution has gotten so bad that even Paris has decided to ban […]

What’s So Great About Fermented Foods?

What’s So Great About Fermented Foods?

Perhaps, in an effort to learn more about health and nutrition, you’ve been reading more books and seeing more shows online (even TV commercials) praising the benefits of eating yogurt or making your own kefir. Perhaps you’ve never really thought twice about that “pickled cabbage stuff” that comes on your Reuben sandwich, or why your […]

5 Nutrition Trends To Watch in 2014

5 Nutrition Trends To Watch in 2014

While technological knowledge seems to grow by leaps and bounds, pervading the cultural mind in what feels like a matter of weeks, sadly, the same can’t be said for Nutritional knowledge. For those following along in the world of nutrition and holistic health, sometimes it feels as though any positive change in the general culture’s […]

The Pros and Cons of a Raw Food Diet

Raw Food Diet

When you begin researching the history of vegetarian diets, you begin to see how far back these approaches to eating go (think Pythagoras) and how long they have flourished. There is a rich tradition of simplifying the diet to keep the body clean, light, and toxin free, especially in spiritual traditions that emphasize an experiential […]

What is a Ketogenic Diet?

What is a Ketogenic Diet?

Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating we do NOT endorse or promote any particular diet or nutritional lifestyle. We do highly encourage that each person openly explores the wide variety of nutritional approaches and dietary strategies that are available to them. We see nutrition as an ever-changing journey. We believe that a healthy […]

Is Going Grain Free Better for Your Health?

here's the question at hand: Is Going Grain Free Better for Your Health?

Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating we do NOT endorse or promote any particular diet or nutritional lifestyle. We do highly encourage that each person openly explores the wide variety of nutritional approaches and dietary strategies that are available to them. We see nutrition as an ever-changing journey. We believe that a healthy […]

Is A High-Fat Diet Healthy and Safe?

Is A High-Fat Diet Healthy and Safe?

Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating we do NOT endorse or promote any particular diet or nutritional lifestyle. We do highly encourage that each person openly explores the wide variety of nutritional approaches and dietary strategies that are available to them. We see nutrition as an ever-changing journey. We believe that a healthy […]

What is Ancestral Eating?

What is Ancestral Eating?

Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating we do NOT endorse or promote any particular diet or nutritional lifestyle. We do highly encourage that each person openly explores the wide variety of nutritional approaches and dietary strategies that are available to them. We see nutrition as an ever changing journey. We believe that a […]

Top 5 Reasons to Go Vegetarian

reasons to go vegetarian

Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating we do NOT endorse or promote any particular diet or nutritional lifestyle. We do highly encourage that each person openly explores the wide variety of nutritional approaches and dietary strategies that are available to them. We see nutrition as an ever changing journey. We believe that a […]

5 Tips for Going Raw

5 Tips for Going Raw

Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating we do NOT endorse or promote any particular diet or nutritional lifestyle. We do highly encourage that each person openly explores the wide variety of nutritional approaches and dietary strategies that are available to them. We see nutrition as an ever changing journey. We believe that a […]

Understanding Celiac and Gluten Intolerance

Celiac and Gluten Intolerance

Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating we do NOT endorse or promote any particular diet or nutritional lifestyle. We do highly encourage that each person openly explores the wide variety of nutritional approaches and dietary strategies that are available to them. We see nutrition as an ever changing journey. We believe that a […]

The Truth About Women, Weight and Food

The Truth About Women, Weight and Food

The multibillion-dollar diet industry in our country focuses on what is measurable. That includes everything from inches and pounds to calories, to morality, which informs us how foods are good or bad (this week, month or year). This is why weight loss strategies in our current culture tend to be very direct: eat this, count […]