You’re restricting food intake, killing it at the gym, even doubling up on spin classes and, still, the scale won’t budge. Why? Because the Eat Less + Move More weight loss model simply doesn’t work, and worse, it can lead to disordered eating, over exercising, guilt, shame, and feelings of defeat.
Only an estimated 8% of us make good on our New Year's Resolutions, leaving the majority of us holding the bag, feeling defeated and unworthy of change.
We’re not a fan of these statistics, so we reached out to iPEC certified Life Coach, Mica Diamond, to help us better understand the numbers, and provide us with insight and strategies to help tip the scales in our favor, and increase our chances for success.
Need some inspiration? Read Lisa Malin's, from ThisisGrounded, interview with James McLeod, also known as @thatvitiligo_guy on instagram. James shares his personal story on how he continues to beat the odds and excel in the face of hardship.
Things are moving fast: kids, school, work, schedules, social obligations, more work. You're busy running around taking care of everyone and everything. Then you look up and see an entire month has passed, but you're not really sure how it happened?
You might need to ditch the nightshades. Tomatoes and tomato sauce are as American as apple pie. But most people don’t realize that tomatoes belong to a group of vegetables called nightshades, and that these foods can trigger inflammation in people with arthritis.
If you follow me @thisisgrounded, you already know that juice cleansing is not part of my regular wellness routine. Until last week, I had never even done a juice cleanse.But then I met Darleen Gross, Culinary Director at Organic Pharmer, former personal chef to Gwyneth Paltrow and part of the founding team of M Cafe LA's award-winning macrobiotic restaurant, and decided to give juicing a try.