I stood on the scale in the pale, sterile exam room and slowly lowered my head to read the dreaded display. My polite half-smile melted away as evil numbers made my heart pound and my cheeks hot. Why is it that when I get weighed at the doctor’s office it’s more painful? At home or […]
Your Diet Can Bite Me!
Your body is a unique snowflake and everyone is special –
OK, cut the crap. You got some crazy shit going on in your body and you need to learn it. The only way you’re going to learn it is by listening to it.
No one else’s diet is going to work for you. You know because you’ve tried it. Many times.
Are you in the best shape of your life right now?
Why not! For all the effort you've put into eating right and being active, why are you not the most fit, healthiest version of yourself right now?
Because other people's diets don't work for you. It's time to say "Bite me!" and start listening to your own body.
Start with the Bite Me Food Journal. This free tool will help you listen and learn. The journal will also help you stay focused on what is most important in your quest for health - your individual, unique, special snowflake of a body that no one else will ever know like you do.
I was seven when my Grammie placed the little, laminated library card in my hand. I felt like I had won a prize, I could hardly control the excitement in my little body as I walked down aisle after aisle of beautifully illustrated children’s books. Grammie didn’t know what she unleashed. I looked forward to […]
I’m sick of trying all these one-size-fits-all “combinations” that don’t fit me. I’m tired of failing at someone else’s diet and then feeling like I just didn’t have enough willpower to see it through. I’m finally ready to work smarter, not harder.
You are a scientist. You can use the scientific method to experiment with what you eat and learn about your body every day. It’s 10,000 BC and Jane, Jerry, and Joe have a cozy cave down by the river. One day, Jane eats some berries and gets sick all over the cave. Jerry thinks the berries […]
I understand the benefits of keeping a food journal, but I’ll admit I’ve always hated counting calories. If I want to eat a donut from the break room, I don’t want to think about how many calories are in it. Because it’s not on the side of the box. And I don’t have to know how […]