Journal

August 14, 2018

Why Meal Plans Limit Progress

So many of my patients ask for very specific guidance on what to eat. I mean…VERY specific guidance. And I get it. Why waste any time or energy reinventing the wheel! But I don’t give meal plans, and there is ultimately one reason why: I am 100% committed to your long term success, and a

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April 17, 2018

Freedom…in Phases

Is a deep sense of freedom in your relationship with food even possible? I wholeheartedly think the answer is yes! But it takes at least two things: patience and time. It’s no big secret that when I start working with a new patient, we discuss dietary changes. And depending on how you were eating when

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April 3, 2018

What Learning Looks Like

Today I want to talk to you about learning. Learning about your body. Learning about your lifestyle… your relationships…your… well – Learning about yourself. There are some types of learning that can be tackled through reading and talking about stuff. We call this knowledge or book smarts. But we all know that being book smart

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March 20, 2018

Counting: Pros & Cons

As you may know, my practice at Montana Whole Health involves a lot of dietary counseling. Because of this, patients often ask about counting… calories, carbs, fat, steps, pounds… the list goes on. So this week, I’m sharing my thoughts on counting with you. The pros and the cons… Counting… the cons: Until recently I

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