Food touches every aspect of our lives, and everyone needs to eat. Because of this, your relationship to food is important, but it doesn’t need to be hard. Rather than worrying about lists of foods you can and can’t eat, today's guest on Power Up Your Performance, Claudia Wilson, encourages her clients to be mindful of why they are eating.
Claudia is a health and lifestyle coach, registered dietitian nutritionist, a board certified specialist in sports nutrition, a Strength and Conditioning Specialist/Trainer and the author of ONE-TWO-Punch. She created ONE-TWO PUNCH after meeting with thousands of clients and creating a method that is easy, doable and sustainable.
A few of the things we talked about:
Kim: So let's get one of the big questions out of the way at the very beginning of the show: what is the best diet?
Claudia: Everybody always wants to know. There's so many out there, all the brand name diets. What's the...
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