NUTRITION IS A MENTAL GAME
You want the right approach to nutrition to fuel your efforts. And just like everything else about sports, it starts with your thinking. My approach combines an understanding of science but also a therapeutic delicacy of exploring the relationship one may have with food, weight, performance or body image. Embrace the right perspectives and abandon formulas, and you will see the short term results that you want — long into the future.
ReBECCA McCONVILLE RD, LD, CSSD, CEDRD
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It's a standing joke that nowadays we love our animals more than we love ourselves. We treat them better than we would treat our fellow humans including ourselves. However, we all know that there is a lot of truth to this. Recently I watched our cat that we rescued...read more