Hello, Fellow Eater! I'm Tiffany Anne Smith, and I'm the world's worst nutritionist because I think that food is actually NOT the most important thing in a healthy lifestyle. (I'm also a clinical dietetics intern and in 2019 I'll become a Registered Dietitian, so #qualified.)
In The Art of Personal Science Challenge, I help women release information overwhelm, hyper-focus on what gets the most results, and become the go-to expert on their own health. (After all, you are the expert in your own life!)
We don't change a single thing in your diet, spend extra money on supplements, or go anywhere near a smelly gym - we build only the most high-impact lifestyle habits, in the most effective order, so they naturally strengthen over time. In just 100 days, you'll empower yourself with the confidence to trust your own experience & make your own decisions. In the end, you'll have all the skills & momentum you need to take on bigger health challenges - like diet.
In The Personal Science Gazette, I engage you in the trends & conversations about health & healthcare that are actionable & important (you can make your own decision about what to do with the "news" that's left).
In my blog, Step 6, we discuss food, feeding your family, skeptical science, and public policy, so something's bound to tickle your fancy.
So jump in! Join the conversation & don't hesitate to ask questions or call me out if you think I'm wrong because reading peer-reviewed scientific articles is kinda my jam. 😉
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The for-real for-real truth is that food is, like, the 6th most important thing in a healthy lifestyle. Skip the first few only if you've got the extra time & money to burn, because you might as well be setting the money you spend on all those veggies & fruit on fire. Don't do that.
What I know for sure after getting a bachelor's degree in clinical nutrition: Once you understand how & what food triggers insulin, and open your cells up to receive & store the nutrients, you can eat in a way that best works with your body, instead of fighting against it.
True wellbeing, the kind that lights you up & inspires others, is a result of hundreds (if not thousands) of small, sometimes almost imperceptible choices you make every day. I could serve up a list of ideas to help guide you in the right direction, but lists are boring.