Jul 1, 2021
Kate Lyman is here for the first of a two-part series to discuss Flexible Nutrition, or, how to find consistency over unrealistic perfectionism. How can you internalize your food plan and not feel restricted? How can you reach your goals but also eat the foods you want? Kate tells us there are no good foods or bad foods—simply foods that are more satiating, or fuller of processed calories, for example. So, can we have a better relationship with food, and therefore with ourselves? Kate will discuss flexible nutrition, plus tips to create consistency with habit creation.
Kate is a nutrition coach, founder of Kate Lyman Nutrition, wife, traveler and lover of the outdoors. Kate helps committed clients to make a transformational change using a flexible nutrition approach and creating sustainable healthy habits while using evidence-based methods. Kate has a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, a Master's degree in Public Health, and is a Certified Health Education Specialist. Kate can be found on her website at https://www.katelymannutrition.com/coaching. She can also be found on Instagram @klnutrition, Facebook @katelymannutrition, and Pinterest @katestrickly.
Kate offers a free "Macro Friendly Cookbook" which can be found here: https://www.katelymannutrition.com/resources
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