Renee White, Certified Health Coach

Renee White, Certified Health Coach

No one diet works for everyone. I will guide you to find the food and lifestyle choices that best support you.


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20 Ways to Eat Healthier Now Without Dieting | Elizabeth Rider

Great advice on taking care of yourself while eating healthy. No diet required. Learn 20 simple & effecive ways to eat healthier now to stay healthy forever from certified health coach Elizabeth Rider. No dieting required! 10/02/2019

LAST 90 DAYS Last 90 Days Challenge with Rachel Hollis and Dave Hollis. 21 days to create a habit. 90 days to change you life. 11/19/2016

Healthy Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup By Elizabeth Here is my healthy Thanksgiving recipe roundup - they're still traditional and still delicious, you'll feel a little less guilty about that second helping. 04/09/2016

Top 10 Healthy Spring Foods & How To Use Them • Spring is here! The days are getting longer, the air is getting fresher, and everyone seems to be in a good mood. This changing of the season marks a time for all things to come alive and experience renewal. In nature this means abundant growth in the form of grass, flowers, and delicious colorful p…

[04/09/16]   Delicious! 04/07/2016

20 Ways to Get Sugar Out of Your Life

Easy ways to cut sugar consumption. As the saying goes – everyone is talking about sugar, but what are they doing about it? It’s my fervent wish that they – and you – are working on quitting the stuff. Why? The short answer is that sugar is an extraordinarily destructive substance that most people eat far too much of. The longer answe… 12/15/2015

10 Things I Refuse To Do In 2016 (Because I Want To Have A Happy, Fulfilling Year)

This article from MindBodyGreen talks about things to not do for 2016. It has some really good tips. I hope you enjoy it. We’re in the thick of holiday party season — a time when sweets and treats are the center of attention. Naturally, we celebrate and indulge. But then the guilt trip begins and post-holiday body 12/09/2015

5 Ways to Lose Weight Without Even Trying Are you trying to lose weight? Check out these five lazy ways you can lose weight — no treadmill required!

[03/27/15]   Juicing used to mean a bodybuilder on 'roids. Now it more commonly refers to a woman with a Breville. Here's the problem: In order to make healthy vegetables like spinach and Swiss chard palatable, dieters blend in a lot of sugary fruit. "There are six teaspoons of sugar in the average green juice, which is almost as much sugar as there is in a can of soda," says Slayton. And those trendy juice fasts that dictate you consume nothing solid for days? "You miss out on protein and other essential nutrients and get too much sugar. Finally, you dump the fast and put the weight back on," says Janis Jibrin, a nutritionist in Washington, D.C., and the author of The Pescetarian Plan (Ballantine Books). 03/04/2015

We're Fat and Sick and The Broccoli Did It!

Great article by Dr. David Katz. The ink hadn’t yet dried on the report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee before the assaults began. I guess in this day and age, that’s not much of a big, fat surprise.Despite all the over-heated rhetoric I’ve seen about not trusting this report because the “government” can’t be trus… 01/20/2015

14 Things Heart Doctors Tell Their Friends

Here are some tips from heart doctors that I liked: Insider advice to maintaining a strong, healthy heart 12/16/2014

10 Ways to Get Out of a Funk in 15 Minutes Quick Ways to Get Out of a Bad Mood - The Muse: Flip your switch from “ugh” to “awesome.” 11/24/2014

Believe in the Feast! What you do before & after counts the most -

Practice these pre and post Thanksgiving self care tips from Elizabeth Rider's blog.

Thanksgiving is a time to gather with the people we love and reflect on the many things we have to be grateful for. It can also turn into a week of indulgence and gluttony.

If you’ve been healthfully mindful and vigilant about your diet lately, then you might be feeling a little anxiety creeping in right about now. After all, the food often takes center stage to family activities, and it’s not always healthy. But here’s the difference between genuine healthy living and restrictive diets:

It’s all about balance and moderation, not rules.

There is a way to enjoy yourself no-holds-barred at the feast, without the usual guilt or self-deprecation, and still stay on track with your healthy diet.

Simply being present and fully engaged with your company, and knowing that you were both prepared with healthy habits in advance and will follow through with more in the days to come will alleviate any negativity about the big day.

That being said, do your best to eat foods prepared with wholesome ingredients. If you’re not the primary hostess, communicate with the organizer of the meal and offer to help with the shopping and cooking. You can also bring along your own healthy dish, like roasted butternut squash, quinoa salad, or even a big fresh salad with some delicious balsamic vinaigrette. Most hosts and hostesses are grateful for the help.

Since we’re still a few days out, here’s a little something to help you prepare your body before the feast, and then recover gracefully afterwards.

Pre-and-Post Thanksgiving Wellness Plan

Monday, November 24th

Eat lots of leafy greens, a serving of raw fruit, and other raw and cooked veggies throughout the day to give your body a little detox. Do your best to avoid meats, sugar (save the cookies for Thursday), and dairy to help further clean your internal environment. And don’t forget to drink extra water too.

Tuesday, November 25th

Make time for some gentle yoga or stretching, along with a 10 or 20-minute meditation to center yourself and tune in with your body. Treat yourself to fresh juice, a hearty lunch of protein and veggies, and something nourishing that isn’t food. Bundle up and go for a long solo walk, or invite a loved one who you don’t see often to catch up while you walk. This will help satisfy your soul and rev-up your metabolism for the week.

Wednesday, November 26th

Enjoy light and colorful meals throughout the day that focus on a healthy protein and veggies, and allow yourself some relaxation time in the midst of any meal prep you must do. Take a warm bath in the evening and give yourself a foot massage with scented oils before bed to relax your nervous system, stimulate circulation, and give you restful sleep. Your friends and family have most likely arrived by now, focus on giving them your full attention and sip your favorite delicious herbal tea while you chat.

Thanksgiving Day

Enjoy yourself! I believe in the feast. Focus your energy on your gratitude and loved ones, not on feeling guilty or anxious about your food.

Remember this: The Thanksgiving meal itself won’t make you gain weight, it’s what you do in the days before and after that counts the most. And if you can, it helps to eat protein and veggies before you eat any sugar or starch.

Friday, November 28th

Start your morning off with some hot lemon water, gentle stretching, and deep breathing. Have something light and refreshing for breakfast, such as a smoothie, fresh pressed juice or chia pudding, and do something active during the day to rev up your metabolism. Leftovers for dinner alongside a big salad are great, just don’t go overboard.

Saturday, November 29th

This is a great day to clean out something in your home that’s been waiting in a messy heap for your attention. Cleansing your outer environment will help you cleanse internally too. Play your favorite music while you clean to make it fun, drink plenty of water, and aim to make it a mostly veggies kind of day.

Sunday, November 30th

To help conclude your week of self-love and mindful feasting do something special for yourself. Whether it’s getting a massage, going shopping, working on your favorite hobby, or watching a movie on the big screen, reward yourself with restful play. Enjoy cozy healthy comfort foods like herbal tea, homemade pumpkin cookies, toasted sunflower seeds, or apples with cinnamon and almond butter.

Now you can start your work week feeling both nourished and rejuvenated, and ready to take on Christmas in a few weeks.
- See more at: Thanksgiving is a time to gather with the people we love and reflect on the many things we have to be grateful for. It can also turn into a week of indulgence and gluttony. If you’ve been healthfully mindful and vigilant about your diet lately, then you might be feeling a little anxiety creeping in… 11/21/2014

25 Ways to Take Better Care of Yourself

There is no time like now to start taking better care of yourself. It can make the holidays brighter, make you feel better and give you a healthy new you just in time for the new year! Which of these 25 things will you do first? Check out these 25 ways to eliminate stress, boost happiness, and improve total health. 11/20/2014

How to Cultivate Gratitude this Holiday Season

What are you grateful for this month? Amp up your attitude of gratitude and experience greater health and happiness this holiday season and beyond. Curious to learn more? Discover the future of health and wellness below. Down

[11/20/14]   Here is my favorite smoothie recipe (today!) I had this one for breakfast. It was delicious!

Chocolate Berry Delight
2 scoops Arbonne chocolate protein powder
1 scoop of Arbonne greens balance powder
1/2 cup frozen mixed berries
1/2 cup coconut milk, about 5 - 6 pieces of ice
some water to fill

Adjust amounts for your blending container, I use the Ninja single serving glasses.

[11/19/14]   You can eat one pound of Oreos for 2,200 calories,
You can eat all this: 1 lb. 2% cottage cheese, 2 lbs. cantaloupe, 1 lb. apples, 1 lb. tofu, 1 lb. kale, 2 lbs. celery, 1 lb. lettuce, 1 lb. carrots, 1 lb. papaya, 1 lb. onions, 2 lbs. cucumbers for 2225 calories total!

[08/16/14]   Great breakfast this morning at the Southside Plaza, blue corn enchiladas with two eggs christmas and their lovely fresh fruit plate shared with my hubby.

[07/28/14]   You don't always have to buy organic. Eat the Clean 15 according to EWG's Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce, Environmental Working Group:
1. Asparagus
2. Avocados
3. Cabbage
4. Cantaloupe
5. Sweet corn
6. Eggplant
7. Grapefruit
8. Kiwi
9. Mangos
10. Mushrooms
11. Onions
12. Papaya
13. Pineapples
14. Sweet peas (frozen)
15. Sweet potatoes




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Tico's Herb Corner Tico's Herb Corner
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Santa Fe, 87507

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Erbe Naturals Erbe Naturals
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We are a specialty herb store offering practitioner care to the public. Vitamins, minerals, bulk herbs, tinctures, homeopathics, essential oils, energetically tested products, practitioner lines. Specialized care for the entire family.

Sprouts Farmers Market Sprouts Farmers Market
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Santa Fe, 87505

FitMania LLC Meal Preperation Service is owned by Palden and Maribel Digkhang. Located at 720 St Michaels Dr Suite F next to Anytime Fitness and Smiths Contact 505-227-5400 or FB IG @ fitmaniameals to For Spanish contact Mari (505) 795-9738