Trends in nutrition come and go as swiftly as trends in fashion. A quick Google search or social media scroll will net consumers more “eat…READ MORE
Remembering to Eat: Skipping Meals is Not Ideal
Personal trainers and clients alike can get so caught up in their workday that remembering to eat their meals at optimal intervals may pose a…READ MORE
The Way We Eat: Nutritional Considerations
There are a number of aspects of food and the food industry as a whole that affect our health. This article will be the last…READ MORE
What’s the Deal with Diet Culture?
Discussions on race, rights, the election, the COVID-19 pandemic, and unemployment aren’t the only headlines sweeping social media feeds globally this year. Loud are the…READ MORE
The Reality and Daily Struggles of Successful Weight Loss
As the rates of overweight and obesity continue to rise in the United States, an increasing number of people are in need of effective, long-term…READ MORE
Intuitive Eating: The Anti-Diet
Perhaps the answer to difficult weight loss rests in not dieting at all. Novel concept? No, not really. But you wouldn’t know it today with…READ MORE
Intermittent Fasting – Is it the right approach?
Intermittent fasting is growing in popularity for its purported benefits including improved insulin sensitivity, weight loss, managing hunger cues, and increased fat burning (and this…READ MORE
NFPT Live: What is the Ketogenic Diet? – Ep 26
Is the ketogenic diet another high protein, low carb diet? Not exactly. Join us for this episode of NFPT Live to find out what you…READ MORE
What is a Ketogenic Diet?
Atkins Diet, South Beach, the Whole 30, Paleo and now Keto? What’s this all about? What does it mean and how can you educate your…READ MORE
Successful Dieting Could Be More in Your Head
The popular notion that success in dieting depends mostly on how hard one tries is widely regarded as sound thinking. But a new study shows that the perceived complexity of a diet plan’s rules might also key play a role in the success rate for participants.READ MORE