Started as a passion project in 2013, the Fit in a FAT World Nutrition Blog has since helped launch Dain’s reputation as an industry-leading Health Coach both in Toronto and across Canada. A former contributor to several media outlets including Bodybuilding.com and The Huffington Post, all of Dain’s publications can be found here.
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The Health Benefits of Eggs
The content of this article was originally published on The Huffington Post in March 2013.Spoiler alert! Eggs are not bad for your cholesterol, nor are they bad for your health. Feel free to take my word for it, or read … Read More
The Keys to Sustainable Weight Loss
This article was originally published at The Huffington Post Are you gaining weight despite “doing all the right things?” When it comes to fat loss, more exercise and less food is not always the answer. Although this approach makes … Read More
How the Sugar Industry Shifted Blame to Fat: The Real Take-Home Message
In case you missed the news last week, How the Sugar Industry Shifted Blame to Fat, historical documents from the 1960s have been found that prove the Sugar industry paid Harvard Scientists to blame heart disease on saturated fat. … Read More
No Purpose, No Progress: Why You Can’t Wait for Happiness
Stop hoping for happiness tomorrow. Happiness is being engaged in the process. – Aristotle Every so often I come across an article that I need to share, and yesterday a friend of mine forwarded such an article: A Better Kind … Read More
Eat Well, Save Money
This article was originally published at The Huffington Post “Eating healthy is too expensive!” As someone who has been involved with fitness since my undergraduate degree in Kinesiology, I’ve heard this statement countless time. Now as a Nutrition Coach, I … Read More
Organic Meat: Worth the Cost?
Article from Inside Fitness Magazine, APRIL 2016 [ INSIDEFITNESSMAG.COM ] 152-153 BY DAIN WALLIS @DainWallis In one hand, I have a 500-gram package of chicken breasts for $7.00. In my other hand, I have another 500-gram package of chicken breasts priced at … Read More