Most of us have a hard time thinking of a “diet” as anything other than a restrictive eating plan designed for weight loss.
Growing up, we constantly heard about fad diet programs and we saw slender physiques celebrated on every magazine cover. After all, what did Carrie Bradshaw, Rachel Green, and Kelly Kapowski have in common besides great hair and never-ending problems with men? Their thin figures weren’t exactly designed to support strength gains in the gym.
Here’s the thing: If you grew up absorbing these messages, your understanding of how much you need to eat is extremely warped.
I’m here to help you push the hard restart button on your nutrition beliefs so you can do what’s actually right for your hormones, metabolism and unique body – and it usually starts with eating more!
And, you can do it alongside 30-40 other women, who are in the exact same shoes as you are. They have the same struggles. They have similar dieting experiences. They know exactly how you are feeling and want the same results you do.