Micros, Macros, Caloric Intake… Is that English? Back to the Basics

Sometimes us nutritionists seem to be speaking a foreign language. We often get so caught up in our own world filled with the minute details of food and bodies that we forget to explain ourselves. We use the word macros, or caloric intake like everyone knows what we are talking about.  It isn’t until clients […]

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4 Ways to “Health-ify” Your Favorite Recipes

One of the best trick I use with clients to help them stick to their meal plans without feeling deprived is to find healthier substitutes to some of their ride or dies. Sure, they aren’t the same thing. But they’re definitely a great substitute for clients to enjoy while they work towards achieving their fitness […]

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Are your closest friends and family your worst weight loss support?

Have you ever had aspirations to improve your health and fitness and been 100% supported by everyone around you?  Probably not, but that sounds pretty amazing doesn’t it?  It’s very common for well-meaning friends and family to thwart good intentions at social gatherings, dinners, back yard barbecues, birthday parties etc. In my 10 years  as […]

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How qualified is your Nutritionist?

 We live in a world where there is truly an endless amount of knowledge. If we want to know the answer to something all we have to do is google it from a tiny little computer that fits in our pockets. For the most part, the plethora of information is a really great thing. However, […]

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What do You Have to Lose? Weight loss vs. Fat Loss

Have you ever asked yourself, why  you want to lose weight?  Are you concerned about your health – heart health, risk for diabetes, increased cancer risk, depression?  Are you interested in gaining energy or overall strength?  Would you like to look better in your clothes or wear a smaller size? These concerns are important and […]

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My Fitness Pal: What You Need to Know

There’s a time in our life when we come to a point where we want to make a change in our health, whether it’s to lose weight, address health concerns or just to have a flatter stomach. We can do this in many ways such as changing our exercise habits, our diets, or trying the latest and greatest fad.

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Holiday Open House This Week!

Okay folks, let’s face it, the holidays are equal parts great AND stressful. As we gear up for National Eat Your Face Off Day (also known as Thanksgiving) which is also the warm up for Eat Your Stress Feelings Month (also known as December) let us pros at Total Health and Fitness help keep that holiday […]

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Save the Date!

November 18th is our annual Total Health and Fitness Client Appreciation Open House! Come by for samples of our recipes, holiday survival tips and enter a drawing to win a free turkey!  We can’t wait to see you there!

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How 3 Thoughts Transformed My Daily Weightloss Journey

I have the greatest job in the world. I am on the front lines watching people improve their lives each and every day. It is especially gratifying as I know how it feels. Your whole world can open up to you when you finally decide to take control of your health for good. As a Nutritionist at Total health and Fitness, I have not only help create the success stories with our clients, I have been the success story with my own 100 lb weight loss!

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Which is Better? Fast or Slow Weight Loss?

Making the decision to start a weight loss journey is a big one, requiring a lifestyle changes that take time to become habitual. Knowing how to implement these habits can be the most difficult part. With the internet being so saturated with different opinions about weight loss, trying to sort through all of that information can be difficult. Left with so many options, is it better to jump right in with extreme changes or to take it slow. So, what’s the best method?

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