Contrary to the popularity of the “low-carb” and “no-carb” diet craze, simple and complex carbohydrates are critical to excellent short and long term health and play a significant role in attaining optimum fitness performance. The key is understanding how the body utilizes carbohydrates and how to incorporate them into your daily diet in a healthy way.
Cellulite is simply fat and even the fittest athletes can be affected. Unfortunately genetics will dictate the amount of fat cells you have and where you have them. We all have connective tissue that separates these fat cells into compartments and in women, this tissue is similar to a honeycomb shape giving fat the chance to bulge. This appearance is referred to as cellulite…most commonly known as "cottage cheese". The good news is that even if you were dealt unfavorable genetics you can decrease the appearance of cellulite by pumpin' some iron!
How many meals you eat per day or the amount of calories you ingest, can be deceiving and become confusing when working towards a lean and healthy physique. Eating more meals throughout the day will not make you fat if you are choosing healthy foods along with proper portion sizes. It's best to understand the concept of how the body uses food for energy and how it affects metabolism. Overeating and not eating enough can both negatively affect your metabolism and can lead to increased fat stores and weight gain.
It was Liza’s personal journey of getting fit after having two children that led her to switch careers and become an internationally recognized Certified Fitness, Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach to women across the country. She understands first-hand the struggles and challenges that women, especially moms, face in the quest of a healthier way of life. Her drive and discipline propelled her over “life’s” obstacles and she has accomplished more than she ever thought possible.