In my latest interview with DeliveryRank, we talked all about where things started, where they’re going, and the mission behind Fueled + Balanced Nutrition. My passion for sports nutrition and helping active individuals stems from my own personal journey. The innocent desire to eat healthier as a runner “quickly spiraled into unintentionally under fueling my […]


September 26, 2023

Fueled + Balanced Nutrition Interview Sneak Peak

By now, social media has integrated itself into our daily lives. Systems like screen time limits and self imposed timers may help us decrease our screen time and exposure to social media. However, at the end of the day, if you’re surrounding yourself with a toxic online environment, no matter how little time you spend […]


September 11, 2023

Social Media Edits for Better Body Image

Have you ever ignored a missing or irregular period thinking it was a normal part of training for a sport as a female athlete? Have you ever considered a missing period when training as a badge of honor that you are training hard? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are not […]

Eating Disorders, Sports Nutrition, Uncategorized

September 4, 2023

Losing Your Period as an Athlete

When you hear the word “fitness” or “fit” what comes to mind? For many, toned bodies, six-pack abs, and “clean” diets are some of the first images that we think of. Thanks to diet culture and toxic fitness culture, the meaning of “fitness” has become so convoluted over time. Fitness and being “fit” is often […]


June 20, 2023

What Does it Mean to Be “Fit”?

What is the “Eating Disorder Voice”? The “eating disorder (ED) voice” is what we call the voice in someone’s head that drives their eating disorder. It is the voice that is responsible for negative thoughts like “you are not good enough”, “you need to lose weight”, and “you shouldn’t eat that”. It is the voice […]

Eating Disorders, Non-Diet Nutrition, Uncategorized

April 3, 2023

Identifying and Challenging the ED Voice

The idea of body or weight changes may feel scary during recovery or in healing your relationship with food. If you are feeling this way, you are not alone and it is fully understandable. Sometimes weight gain may be necessary in recovery if you are underweight or are experiencing symptoms that you are below your […]

Eating Disorders, Non-Diet Nutrition, Uncategorized, Women's Health

February 27, 2023

Navigating Weight Change Fears in Recovery

Are sports drinks an essential piece to a sports nutrition plan? We all know that hydration is important, especially if you are an active individual, but why and how? We need water in our bodies to help control our body temperature, eliminate metabolic waste, deliver nutrients, cushion our joints and organs, and much, much more. […]


February 20, 2023

Should You Be Using Sports Drinks?

Do you have light, short, or missing menstrual periods? Although an “easier” or missing period may sound nice, abnormal periods are just that…not normal. As we always say, our bodies are extremely smart. When something isn’t quite right, our bodies will let us know one way or another. For women, our periods can be a […]

Eating Disorders, Non-Diet Nutrition, Sports Nutrition, Uncategorized, Women's Health

February 6, 2023

Why Your Periods Are Abnormal

Do you feel like you are doing everything right but are still not making any gains from your workouts? Maybe you are training consistently, are pushing yourself in the gym, are prioritizing rest days, and feel like your diet is pretty healthy. However, you are not feeling any improvements in your strength or energy, and […]

Non-Diet Nutrition, Sports Nutrition, Uncategorized

January 30, 2023

Why You’re Not Seeing Gains from Your Workouts

If something isn’t quite right with our diet or eating habits, our bodies will eventually let us know. The way and how much you eat directly impacts how your body functions. Food is essential for fueling every process in your body from blinking to keeping your heart beating. Thus, it makes sense that a diet […]

Eating Disorders, Non-Diet Nutrition, Sports Nutrition, Uncategorized, Women's Health

January 16, 2023

Signs Your Eating Habits Need to Change