What’s in the box?

I spent most of my life eating food from a box. I cooked too many meals from a box. I purchased too many meals from a box. I ate too many meals from a box. I have ALWAYS loved food. I haven’t ALWAYS loved healthy food. Now the only thing I eat from a box […]

Food addictions: Binge vs. Purge

BINGE VS. SPLURGE Have you ever wondered if you have a problem with binge eating? I received this message from one of my friends, sober sisters, and clients that I have been working with for a few years. She said: “I was thinking about food today. We had a party last night and for a […]

Meal Hording with Mindy: Buttermilk Pork Chops

Step 1: In large dish or ziploc bag, add 1/2 c. buttermilk and 4 (4 oz.) tenderized boneless pork loin chops. Let sit for 15 minutes at room temperature.  Step 2: Remove pork. Pat dry with paper towels. Season with chili powder, Himalyan (or sea) salt & paprika. (You can also use Chipolte Chili Powder).  […]

Food can either fuel your body or weigh it down. DECIDE.

I’ve received a few questions regarding the P90X3 Nutrition Plan. As I’ve stated numerous times, the ONLY way to achieve your goals, acquire the results advertised and get that so desired “after” picture, a few things are required: CONSISTENTLY complete your workouts. Modify if needed, but don’t adjust the level of intensity or effort put into it. You can STILL get a great workout […]

Dieting advice you want to IGNORE!

Ever announce to co-workers, friends or relatives that you have decided to start working towards your weight loss goals or wanting to improve your health & IMMEDIATELY that seems to give the green light for tons of unsolicited diet advice, that leaves you even more confused? Here are 10 tips you don’t want to follow. BAD ADVICE: Choose fat-free or sugar-free foods […]

Reality Check – You CANNOT compete with bad eating habits!

As I’ve stated time and time again. I’ve ALWAYS had a HUGE appetite. I can out eat (and out drink) most men. As a kid, my grandpa used to call me a “Bottomless Pit”. I assumed that this was EVERYONE’S problem. When I became a coach, I assumed that my biggest challenge would be helping […]