​​Today’s guest is Lauren Hubert MS, RD. Lauren is the Registered Dietitian and weight loss expert behind the brand The Sorority Nutritionist (TSN) where she helps women learn how to eat for sustainable fat loss. In a world where fad diets and contradicting information on the Internet is always making us believe we need to be restrictive and miserable to lose weight, TSN is disrupting the weight loss space by teaching women how to eat and approach weight loss with a simple, flexible and actually enjoyable approach. In this episode we talk about why you don’t need to go “low carb” to lose weight, why most people underestimate how much they actually eat, how to build healthy eating habits that last, how to prevent self-sabotage after messing up on your diet, how to effectively track your progress, non negotiables for weight loss and more.

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What to Listen For:

  • 00:00 Intro
  • 01:15 The “low carb” myth
  • 04:58 Tracking calories properly
  • 09:07 Developing healthy habits that last
  • 11:27 What to do when you don’t see results
  • 13:15 Does she refer people to therapy?
  • 16:09 How to prevent self sabotage when dieting 
  • 18:49 Remaining optimistic on the journey 
  • 23:54 Eggless breakfast ideas
  • 25:43 How to eat foods that you don’t like
  • 27:29 Being too obsessive with food
  • 29:59 Healing an unhealthy relationship with food 
  • 32:09 Reducing stress while dieting
  • 34:01 The problems with the nutrition education system
  • 38:57 Eating for weight loss AND longevity 
  • 45:16 Snack ideas
  • 47:57 Organic vs non-organic 
  • 49:09 Incorporating “unhealthy” foods
  • 51:20 Estimating how many calories you should be eating

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