Whole 30
Weight Watchers
Jenny Craig
Wheat Belly Diet
South Beach
Intermitten fasting

There are so many diet options, and so often people ask me, “Which one is the best?”

Let me be real with you, sunshine.
There is no one-size-fits-all-diet. 
If you don’t believe me, go to any bookstore or search on Amazon for “weight loss”.

Here’s the thing.
By this stage in the weight loss game, you’ve likely tried more diets than there are flavors of Oreos. And most likely, you’ve had success, just not long-term enough to feel completely successful.

But instead of looking at another new diet fad and query, “I wonder if this one will work for me?” What about asking a smarter, better question: Of all of the diets I’ve tried in the past, what were the components that I experienced success?

Revelation: that’s “the one” diet that is best for you, sunshine.

Whenever I work with clients, I always ask them to identify the behaviors that worked in their weight loss history. Not only does this encourage them to feel successful and assure them that if they did it before, they can do it again, but questioning and reflection are key components to lasting transformation.

Whenever your mind receives a question, your brain goes to work to try and answer it.
This is legit brain-research.

This is why it is so important to process information and reflect, not just receive messages and acquire data. Your brain subconsciously works at figuring out the answer when it is asked a question.

So what about trying this on for size?
Start each day with one or two questions related to your fitness and health goals.

Here are a few questions to consider:
How can I fit in (2) 10-minute walks at work today?
What healthy snacks do I have handy (or can I make) to bring with me?

I’m a firm believer that asking the right questions can result in powerful life-long changes.

Need help creating questions?
Drop me a line, sunshine.
I’m happy to help you devise a few to begin your transformation.


“Be transformed by the renewing of your mind.”
Rom 12:2