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How Many Calories to Eat While Breastfeeding – How to Keep Up Your Supply & Still Lose Fat!

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By Kate Horney How many calories to eat while breastfeeding to lose weight… I was 5 months postpartum when I began training for my very first bikini competition. I was SUPER worried that my training/diet would affect my breast milk supply, and I promised myself that if I noticed a decrease in breast milk production, that I would stop immediately and save the goal of getting on stage for ...[Read More]

{Fitness Tips} Are Your Hormones Making You Fat?

By Kate Horney Want results that last? LEARN how to balance the hormones that control your metabolism for optimal fat-loss. As busy moms, understanding the hormones behind fat-burning and fat-storing is key to living the fat-loss lifestyle. Calories in vs. calories out is NOT the whole picture of fat loss – especially postpartum. You know that the key to sustainable fat-loss comes in bo ...[Read More]

How to Flatten Your Stomach: Nutrition

How to Flatten Your Stomach: Nutrition

By Kate Horney There’s no ‘one size fits all’ method for flattening your stomach. But that doesn’t mean there’s no hope!  I work daily with moms who are amazed at how much progress they can make on beating belly fat and getting flat abs fast. How do they do it? Once you figure out your tummy trouble type, you can develop a plan to beat the belly fat and flatten your stomach o ...[Read More]

Blair’s 5 Favorite Ways to Lower Stress

By Blair Lindler   I am a control freak. I have a planner in my purse, a wall calendar in my room, a mini calendar on my cork board at work, a watch perpetually on my left wrist, and all my wake-up alarms for the week are preset on my phone. I have dates, highlights, reminders, appointments, due dates, events, and obligations scribbled down on their appropriate day with their appropriate symb ...[Read More]

6 Hormones You Need to Know

6 Hormones You Need to Know

By Kate Horney Most of us have come to understand that fat loss and a change in body composition requires physical activity and a modification of our diets.  “Move more, eat less” is a popular mantra among women trying to get in shape, but this approach is incomplete.  The missing piece of the puzzle is the hormonal changes required for sustained, healthy fat loss. Ultimately, to burn fa ...[Read More]