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If you've got a pulse and like eating food, you've likely either been on a diet, or felt obligated to start one. Yet the fact remains that diets, in the traditional cut-and-count-calories format, rarely work long term. That's where Melissa Hartwig Urban comes in.
On this episode of Simplify, the co-creator of nutrition phenomenon The Whole30 talks with Caitlin about how to get free of diets forever, why your weight doesn't count, and how changing the way you eat can change everything. Plus, she offers up her tip on how to make brussels sprouts so good that you won't miss the kettle chips in your life one bit.
Melissa Hartwig Urban is a Sports Nutritionist who specializes in helping people change their relationship with food and create healthy habits that last. Her program, The Whole30, has spent considerable time on the NYT's bestseller list and helped thousands of people reset their health.
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