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  • Energy

    How much coffee is too much coffee?

    - by Heather Nicholds, RHN

    Want to know how much caffeine is too much? Coffee. The dark side. It’s mysterious, it’s alluring, it’s the bad boy of non-alcoholic beverage choices. Espresso could be personified by a dangerous Italian lover in a spy movie, an Americano could be played by James Dean leaning against a Harley in a leather jacket. Part of us…

  • Lessons

    Not enough energy from following fad diets?

    - by Heather Nicholds, RHN

    The trouble with fad diets is they encourage you to restrict calories or carbs or protein or fat or … something! There’s always some kind of restriction. And that leads to feeling deprived. And that often leads to cravings and binges. Which leads to feeling bad about yourself… which is so wrong! There is a better way…

  • Lessons

    5 questions to ask yourself…

    - by Heather Nicholds, RHN

    Change of pace today. Rather than me telling you things, I’m going to ask you some questions. Because that’s when we really learn things. What clutter do you have in your life that doesn’t serve you? What are you doing to NOURISH (rather than just feed) yourself? Why do you deserve better than the negative cycle junk…

  • Lessons

    What’s your top priority?

    - by Heather Nicholds, RHN

    You came into this series with a goal, or several goals: those things you want for yourself to build the live you deserve. Common ones I hear are that you want to lose weight, gain weight, boost energy, get balanced vegan nutrition, be able to plan meals for a day, clear up your skin, get rid of…

  • Lessons

    Crowding Out Step 5: Morning activity + routines

    - by Heather Nicholds, RHN

    How are you feeling this morning? One of the best ways to shift energy, if you need it, is to get your body moving first thing in the morning. This video is one I filmed for my vegan runners’ nutrition workshop, it’s my post-run exercise flow that combines stretching with strengthening moves. This short version is only…

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