Your Fittest Future Self


Redefine your definition of “healthy” and discover your personal equilibrium.

With the plethora of diet and exercise regimens available — each with their own unique pros and cons — it is almost impossible to navigate the health world without feeling overwhelmed or paralyzed by indecision. Then, once you pick a path, staying on course is a whole new challenge, as you’re buffeted with contradictory advice at every turn.

Instead of seeking out one perfect regimen to follow, nutritionist and health writer Kathleen Trotter shows you how to embrace the fact that no one diet, exercise, or mindfulness solution works for everyone. Rather than trying to force yourself to fit a hopeless one-size-fits-all template, learn ways to cut out the information overload so you can find and stick to diet, exercise, mindfulness, and motivational strategies that work for you. Take control over your own health and find your individual equilibrium.

Your Fittest Future Self offers a framework for making appropriate, individualized health choices that will lead to a healthier, more fulfilled, and fitter future you.

About the Author

Kathleen Trotter

Posted by KathrynB on December 8, 2015
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Kathleen Trotter

Kathleen Trotter writes for the Globe and Mail and Huffington Post, blogs for Flaman Fitness, and makes regular TV appearances. Kathleen holds an M.Sc. from the University of Toronto and a nutrition diploma from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. She lives in Toronto.