5 Foods to Help you Lose Weight  For Your Wedding Naturally

Start losing weight naturally with these 5 foods.

The truth about pre-wedding detoxing – 4 biggest myths debunked

Hello! I’m back with the next post in my pre-wedding detox series, and today I’ll be debunking the biggest detox myths.

Thanks to much of what we hear in the media, detoxing has earned a reputation for being unhealthy and even unsafe. When you hear the word “detox,” do you immediately think of all-liquid diets, expensive supplements and short-term deprivation for short-term gains?

If you’ve followed my blog or worked with me, then you know I’m not about any of those things!

The truth is, a detox doesn’t have to involve any of the above.   read more…

The 12 best detox foods for brides

In Part 2 of my pre-wedding detox series, I’m sharing 12 of the top detox foods you can add to your diet to help you lose weight, reduce or eliminate bloating, boost your energy, and have glowing skin for your wedding day.

These foods have powerful detoxification properties and support your major detox organs and digestive system.

Eating these foods regularly will help you consistently support your body’s natural detoxification system. To make it easier for you, I’ve also given you some quick and easy ways for busy brides like yourself to get these foods into your diet.

Let’s get to detoxing!

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Pre-wedding detoxes: What you need to know

If you’re a bride-to-be, I bet you’ve at least thought about doing a pre-wedding detox before your big day.

And you may have looked into it and been totally confused or overwhelmed by all the options and conflicting information. Understandable (and you’re not alone)!

I get asked ALL the time about detoxes . . . should I do one, is it healthy, will it help me lose weight, should I do a juice-only cleanse, how many days should it last, will it get rid of my bloating, will it clear up my skin, do I need to take a bunch of supplements, will I be hungry all the time, etc. All good questions! read more…

Get wedding dress-ready with this healthy kitchen makeover

Whether your vision for how you want to be on your wedding day involves losing weight, having clear skin, or boosting your energy so you aren’t a zombie when you walk down the aisle, it all starts in the kitchen!

So today we’re gonna talk about how to set up a “healthy kitchen” that will set you up for success in achieving your wedding weight loss and wellness goals.

We’re going to give your pantry and fridge a complete makeover, getting rid of all the unhealthy foods and temptations and replacing them with healthier choices based on a whole foods/clean eating plan.

This is important because it will remove the unhealthy foods that sabotage your weight loss, and replace them with healthier foods so that you always have a healthier choice at your fingertips. read more…

The top 3 foods to avoid for the best wedding weight loss results

I could list hundreds of foods to avoid if you want to lose weight for your wedding. But that would be completely overwhelming (for you and for me). So instead, let’s look at which foods will give you the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to weight loss.

Every bride wants to look and feel her best, and these three foods are a great place to start. Eliminating them (or cutting way back) can help you lose weight, have clearer skin, be less bloated, and boost your energy.  All wins as you get ready to walk down the aisle!

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5 of the best at-home wedding workouts

In my last blog post, I shared a 6-point plan for getting healthy and in shape for your wedding over the next 90 days.  One of the six points was exercising consistently and efficiently.

Easier said than done, right?

If you’re like most people, you’ve probably had plenty of days where you felt like you just didn’t have time to exercise.  You’ve probably also had periods where you fall out of your workout routine.  Don’t think I’m immune to this just because I’m a health coach — it happens to me, too!

So in today’s post, I’m going to give you some easy tips to help you exercise more consistently.

And to help you make time to exercise, I’m going to share some awesome short and effective online workouts that you can do at home in under 20 minutes.  I’ve personally tested each of these workouts for you and highly recommend them. read more…

A 90-day plan to lose weight & get fit for your wedding

It’s early March as I’m writing this, and if you’re a June bride, that means you have about 90 days left to get ready for your big day!

I know you want to make the most of the time you have left, so in this post I’ll strip it down to the 6 essential areas to focus on over the next 90 days to look and feel your best on your wedding day.

This post is also packed with a ton of resources (mostly free) to help you get started.

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A Bride’s Guide to Metabolism: How it can affect your weight on your wedding day

I’m sure you’ve seen lots of articles and references to your metabolism, but have you ever wondered what exactly metabolism is, how it works, or how it relates to helping you get healthy and fit for your wedding day?

Well my friend, I have answers for you!  Today we’re gonna geek out on metabolism and you’ll learn how to support a healthy metabolism and use it to your advantage.

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A How-to Guide for Weekly Meal Planning

In my last blog post, I wrote about 17 simple habits that will help you get healthy and lean in 2017.  If you’re trying to lose weight and get healthy for your wedding, I would start with habit # 1 — planning your meals.

Eating a clean and healthy diet will have a greater impact on your weight, health, and energy than pretty much anything else you can do, and planning your meals is the best way I know to make sure you eat this way consistently.   read more…

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Consult your health care provider before starting any exercise, weight loss, or health program.  I am not a doctor or registered dietitian, and the materials on this website are for informational purposes only, based on my experience and training, and do not constitute medical advice. Reliance on any idea from this website is at your own risk. Everyone’s physiology is unique and not all recommendations will work for all.