086_How Emily Lost 70 lbs in 8 Months Without Eating Vegetables -[Client Spotlight]


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What if I told you you could lose weight while still drinking beer and eating chicken tenders and without having to eat your vegetables? You’d probably tell me I was full of it… and rightfully so. Except that today, I’m interviewing my amazing client, Emily, a busy attorney who has lost over 70 lbs in the past 8 months all while still enjoying her craft beer and occasional chicken tenders and all without harming a single vegetable in the process.

In this conversation, Emily shares how her lack of nutrition knowledge had been a majoring limiting factor for her throughout her life and the simple process of food tracking created an insatiable hunger in her (pun intended) to start learning everything she could about nutrition and fitness. But this journey has been anything but an easy one, with plenty of mental battles to fight, doubt to overcome, weight loss plateaus for us to analyze, and a huge lifestyle transformation to undergo.

If you’ve been thinking about losing weight, and/or have been reticent to get started because you’re afraid of all of the things you think you’ll need to eliminate, then you need to listen to this episode.

If you know that there’s a leaner, healthier, more confident, person yearning to break free, then I’m positive you’re going to love this interview.

And if you’re ready to take the next step in your health journey and want to work with me to develop the blueprint to help you get there, then let’s chat. Just set up your free nutrition strategy call at bslnutrition.com/levelup.

Lastly, if you love what you hear on this show, then do me a favor and subscribe, leave a positive rating and review and share this episode with a friend or loved one whom you think could benefit. In a noisy and confusing industry, it’s conversations like these that need to be heard.


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