No more fads. No more BS.
Stop Being Confused About Health is aimed at ending the confusion on health, by promoting simple solutions to achieve balance.
As a former extreme dieter, I now help people heal their relationship with food and think about food more intuitively. Our primal intuitive minds can teach us a lot about how to eat healthfully.
Debunking health myths, discussing science, and promoting healthy body image and balanced diet are among the types of articles I post on the blog
Work with me
Heal from disordered eating habits, find balance, and eat intuitively. My approach is designed to educate you about your body, your cravings, and find an optimal diet for you using your own intuition.
So how does one stop being confused about health?
There is a lot of misinformation out there on health, and a lot of good information that just contradicts each other. Vegan or paleo? Paleo or keto? Aerobic exercise or CrossFit? Fasting or regular meals?
These ideas could be debated forever. The fact is that different approaches work for different people and at different times.
The most important thing I’ve learned over the past nine years studying health is to not get too carried away with a single idea.
What this site is about.
The objective of Stop Being Confused About Health is to understand the truth about health and share its progress with you. Emphasized here is traditional wisdom, intuition, following your body, and a balanced approach to health drawing on Eastern philosophy and medicine. Many articles you’ll find here are heavy on science too, but not all, because that’s where people get confused. Browse the sections below to start reading more, and sign up for our newsletter for our free guide on intuitive eating.
- What is a Healthy and Attractive Body Shape for Women?
- Is Insulin Resistance Caused by Carb Consumption? FACT or FICTION?
- The Health Benefits of Intuitive Eating
- What is Intuitive Eating Part 2: What and How to Eat!
- Is Green Coffee Better than Black Coffee for Weight Loss or Blood Pressure? No, but for Cortisol, Maybe.