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Thanks for the rad feature, @indulgemiami! Although you did age me a year (I'm newly 30! Why you tryna Dorian Gray me into being 31?! HEH.) I'm kvelling to be depicted as a dietitian adorned left and right by pizza (@munaciello_miami) and waffles (@rawrepublic), along with a few of my other Miami treasures 💎 . Being flanked by pizza and waffles, but also chic underwater fitness (@_elementaqua_), is a divine metaphor for #balance and the core values of #essencenutrition.
Have you been thinking of bringing on another provider in your growing practice? Making the transition from a solo provider 👉🏻 group nutrition practice can be an ✨exciting✨ yet daunting, journey. . Read our step-by-step walk-through of the legal and business considerations when launching a group practice. . . Some questions we cover: 1️⃣What's the difference between an LLC and a corporation 2️⃣How do I best protect my brand? 3️⃣Should I hire employees or contractors? 4️⃣What makes a successful team manager? . . And, benefit from advice 🙌🏻 of several experts: Group Practice owners @eatlikemonica and @nynutritiongroup weigh in with their advice on hiring, mentoring a successful team, and retaining talent. . . Read the full article, link in bio! 🎯 . . Feature 📷: team #essencenutrition @eatlikemonica . #dietitian#nutritionist#healthcoach#dietitiansofinstagram#goalsetting#healthyhabits#rd2be#rdtobe#businessplan#telehealth#healthychoices#registereddietitian#dieteticintern#businessgoals#intuitiveeatingcoach#entrepreneur#nutritioncoach#dieteticintern#privatepractice#RDapproved#dietitianapproved#holistichealth#nutritionentrepreneur#businesscoach#nutritioncounselor#holistichealthcoach#healthpreneur#smallbusinessowner#wellnessbusiness
Health is one of the most relevant elements for the development of a long, sustainable and qualitative life. In this sense, an appropriate nutrition will allow you to maintain good operating standards and, therefore, perform the activities that are in your daily routine. 🍲🍽🍵 Do you want to know how to eat healthy? Contact me through DM and I will help you! #EatLikeMichelle #EssenceNutrition #miamidietitian#dietsdontwork#eatgoodfood#healingwithfood#foodasmedicine#healthyeating#Miami#Florida#Nutrition#intuitiveeating#nodiets#balancedeating#nutritionplan
I usually have eggs for breakfast. Why? They’re always in the fridge, they last 3 weeks past expiry date😱, they’re are affordable and they are #essenceapproved Bursting with choline, protein, and flavor -- it's 2000 and late to fear their fat/cholesterol -- it's been disproven to have deleterious health effects. 🍳 SO; how to prep 'em? Hard boiled. 🥚 Takes 8 minutes. Scrambled into an omelette with some frozen veggies and sprinkled with cheese. 🍳 Or cracked/whisked with said veggies + cheese into a casserole dish and baked in the oven. 🍳 Fritta-ta- for now, see you in 20 minutes when my instant dinner is DONE; and your expensive, over-portioned UberEats hasn't even arrived yet. 🍳🦋 #EatLikeMichelle #EssenceNutrition #miamidietitian#dietsdontwork#eatgoodfood#healingwithfood#foodasmedicine#healthyeating#Miami#Florida#Nutrition#intuitiveeating#nodiets#balancedeating#nutritionplan
It is not necessary to enroll in a gym or in any class if you want to keep physically active. Through this guide you can do the following exercises at home or in the park How do it: Perform this workout as a circuit, completing the prescribed number of repetitions of each exercise without resting. 1.- Exercise 1: Bodyweight Squat: Stand as tall as you can with your feet spread slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Hold your arms straight out in front of your body at shoulder level, so that your arms parallel to the floor. Keep your torso as upright as you can for the entire movement, with your lower back slightly arched. Brace your abs, and lower your body as far as you can by pushing your hips back and bending your knees. Pause, then push yourself back to the starting position. That's one repetition. Do 15 to 20 repetitions. 2.- Exercise 2: Incline Push-up: Assume a push-up position, but place your hands placed on a raised surface—such as a box, bench, ottoman or one of the steps of your stairs—instead of the floor. Your body should form a straight line from your ankles to your head. Keeping your body rigid, lower your body until your upper arms dip below your elbows. Pause, and then push yourself back to the starting position as quickly as possible. If the incline push-up is too easy, do it the old-fashioned way, with your hands on the floor. Do 12 to 15 repetitions. Exercise 3: Hip Raise: Lie on your back on the floor with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Place your arms out to your sides at a 45-degree angle, your palms facing up. Now try to make your tummy as skinny as possible and hold it that way—this gives you a tight core—while breathing normally. That's the starting position. Keeping your core tight, squeeze your glutes and raise your hips so your body forms a straight line from your shoulders to your knees. Pause for five seconds—squeezing your glutes tightly the entire time—then lower body back to the starting position. Do 10 repetitions. #EatLikeMonica #EssenceNutrition #workout#HomeTraining#HealthyLife#Health