✔ Women and men of all ages
✔ Weightlifters with strict weight limits
✔ Pregnant/ Breastfeeding
✔ Autoimmune diseases
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JUST FOR YOU
I like to call flexible dieting “flexible eating” because it’s not exactly a diet, but simply monitoring your portions. This is a way of eating that we can sustain for the rest of our lives. You are given a set of calories/macronutrients that you need to reach each day, and it is up to you how you want to hit those macros.
With flexible eating, there is no food shaming, no binging, no guilt, and of course no restrictions, just moderation. Without any restrictions, we are less likely to have a binge day, making flexible eating the better choice in dieting - physically, mentally, and emotionally.
When Riki first started flexible diet coaching I asked her if I she could give me some numbers to work with in hopes of getting back to myself. Only two weeks into tracking I could feel a huge difference in my energy levels during the day...
As I discovered weightlifting and eventually Crossfit, my desire to get the body weight down while still maintaining and even gaining strength grew to the point where I was willing to try just about anything. Thankfully, I was introduced to Riki...