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Neurotype Case Study: Abby

Meet Abby! Abby is a type 3 Neurotype. Type 3’s are serotonin dominant, meaning they have low levels of serotonin. Typically type 3’s are your worriers. They’re high cortisol producers and more anxious. They love to plan things out in advance. Type 3’s are built for more endurance activities like … Read More

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Weight Loss Variability

Did you know that diet and training are not the only variables to consider for weight loss? Here are 5: Sleep and stress are concepts that influence your progress and have a similar or even greater impact than diet alone. The macro nutrition is an individualizable concept according to several … Read More

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Neurotype Case Study: Jen

Meet Jen! She is a badass client of mine who came to me with the primary goal of improved body composition. I want to walk you through the process of what that looks like from a training, nutrition, and lifestyle standpoint. Jen is a type 1A. If you aren’t familiar … Read More

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Individualizing Variability

Individual Variance. It’s something I talk a lot about but it often goes overlooked. Reason being, no one wants to hear “it depends” as the answer to their questions. The truth is, it really does depend! When it comes to human metabolism, hormone health, gut health, macros, cardio, strength training, … Read More

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Excess PCOS

“PCOS” is actually several different conditions all under the same name umbrella. Despite the name, ovarian cysts are not required for diagnosis, and PCOS is being considered for a name change by the NIH for this reason. There’s believed to be multiple different types of PCOS: insulin-resistant, post-pill, inflammatory, adrenal … Read More

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PCOS And Insulin

According to leading women’s health expert, Lara Briden, “Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, or PCOS, is actually several different conditions all given the same name. There are 5 different types: insulin-resistant, post-pill, inflammatory, and adrenal androgen, and hidden cause.” Despite the name, ovarian cysts are not required for diagnosis, and PCOS is … Read More