Frequently Asked Question!

You can’t out exercise a bad diet. It’s as simple as that. I’m not saying exercise isn’t important, it definitely is. But what I am saying is that unless you have hours to spend at the gym — I know I don’t — you won’t see the number on the scale budge if you’re eating habits aren’t upto the same level.

Tip: Eat fewer calories…. Yeah lamest tip ever right!? Everyone knows that you need to eat less to lose weight. But if it were that simple, you wouldn’t be here now would you?

So here’s how to eat fewer calories. Pick low-calorie foods that are filling and delicious. Low-calorie, filling, and delicious are the trifecta of weight loss foods!

  • Low-calorie to maintain your calorie deficit.
  • Filling so you don’t constantly feel hungry (otherwise you’ll eventually binge or overeat).
  • Delicious because you should actually like the food you eat.

It depends. How many calories you need depends on your weight, gender, activity level, etc. Here’s another question to ask yourself instead: Will counting calories help me reach my long-term weight loss goals? Or, is this a sustainable strategy?

In my experience, the answer is no.

No one wants to count calories for the rest of their life. Plus, it can be downright unrealistic. It’s impossible to always know exactly how many calories are in the food you’re eating all of the time. Dinner parties and get togethers are one huge example.

While counting calories might work for some people, I’ve found that using the right tools and strategies (and having a great meal plan) is much more effective for long-term weight loss and weight maintenance.

The best exercise for weight loss is the exercise you like the best. That might sound cheesy, but it’s so true!

Yes, certain forms of exercise burn more calories than others but any exercise is better than none.

Tip: Find a form of exercise that you like and stick with it!

 The short answer is yes. The long answer is also yes.

We all know that we should be getting seven to nine hours of sleep at night And women actually need more sleep than men! But how important is sleep really? Well if you’re trying to lose weight, it’s super important.

Sleep loss has been linked to:

  • Obesity.
  • High blood pressure.
  • Type 2 diabetes.
  • Depression.
  • Heart attacks.
  • Strokes.

Tip: Have a set bedtime that allows you to get enough sleep and stick to it! You can even set an alarm on your phone to remind you when to go to bed. The National Sleep Foundation also recommends:

  • Practicing a relaxing bedtime ritual.
  • Avoiding naps.
  • Exercising daily (I agree!).
  • Creating a relaxing sleep environment
  • Sleep on a comfortable mattress and pillow.

Women with PCOS experience a combination of symptoms that can lead to other serious conditions such as obesity, depression, heart disease, diabetes, and infertility. In fact, PCOS is the #1 cause of infertility in women.

  • While pregnancy is often seen as a natural cure, diet, along with exercise to keep your weight under check is also recommended as an effective line of treatment. Nutritional and hormonal supplementation may also help immensely. 
  • There are a variety of treatments that are available to treat the problems of PCOS. It is customized to each woman based on the symptoms, health problems

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