Research Exposes Nutrition Training for Doctors As Frighteningly Inadequate

How much does your doctor know about nutrition? This is a question you have to ask if you’re living The Goddess Lifestyle. A recent compelling and comprehensive study exposes the truth: nutrition training for doctors is “inadequate.” Extremely so. The study, conducted by the Nutrition in Medicine Project at the University of North Carolina at…

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Ditch Counting Calories to Lose Weight & Satisfy the Mind-Body in 5 Delicious Days

  In my last post, I dished about the “taboo” nutrition trick Goddesses use instead of counting calories to lose weight and feel satisfied. I also promised I’d share with you 2 simple steps you’ll integrate into your daily routine over 5 short days that show you how powerful The Goddess Lifestyle is. Well, I’m making…

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Goddesses Don’t Count Calories to Lose Weight & Feel Satisfied, They Use This “Taboo” Trick

If you’re reading this, chances are you want to know how to lose fat, but you’ve found calorie-counting frustrating, ineffective, and downright unsatisfying. In short: a mega-bummer. I get it. Boy do I get it. Why? Because I’ve lived it. I’m talking about: years of personal experience following bad advice from seeming health “experts” (so many…

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How to Make Goddess Lifestyle Sugar Free Low Carb Hot Cocoa (it’s easy!)

Low Carb Sugar Free Hot Chocolate Recipe

Baby, it’s cold outside! Treat your Valentine, or warm up during the cold winter months with The Goddess Lifestyle Sugar Free Low Carb Hot Cocoa! Inspired by Erika Herman’s bestselling book, Eat Like a Fatass, Look Like a Goddess (buy it via the link!). This recipe is chocolate-y, creamy, satisfying, and rich in nourishing and waist-whittling saturated…

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Black Friday: Why I’m Donating Half My Book Sales to Raise Hope for Congo

    Help me support a cause that has touched my heart, and changed the way I purchase tech gadgets ~ This Black Friday, I will donate 50% of the day’s profits from the sale of my book, Eat Like a Fatass, Look Like a Goddess: The Untold Story of Healthy Foods, to the nonprofit Raise Hope…

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Healthy Cooking Oils: Your Simple Guide

My mom recently emailed to ask me: What do you think about grapeseed oil for cooking? She might have created me, and she might be curious (the foundation of health), but my mom only recently read my book. Not surprisingly, she’s full of questions. My days are filled with my usual work–and replying to her emails.…

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ERIKA’S PHOTO ALBUM: How a Nutrition Fiend Celebrates Halloween

  In my newsletter last week, I told warned you I would unleash my Halloween costume to the world next week. Well, next week is here, and I’m still coming down off the masquerade-exhilaration–I love dressing up! I celebrated at a party thrown by an old friend, and even convinced another dear friend to take the figurative red pill…

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What Kinds of Foods Do Goddesses Eat? Your Guide

In last week’s post, I promised I would share with you an easy-peezy guide to understanding how to identify foods that are the bedrock of The Goddess Lifestyle–an anti-inflammatory diet that’s chock full of nutrient-dense foods (read: awesome for weight loss and maintenance, vitality, disease prevention, hormone balancing, and fertility). This week, I’m servin’ up…

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Inflammation: The Root of Disease (and How Goddesses Prevent It)

To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art. —François de La Rochefoucauld In The Goddess Lifestyle, Goddesses eat a delicious anti-inflammatory diet. Why? Because inflammation is the root of disease. We Goddesses understand disease prevention lies in our hands, and on our plates, especially when we consider that modern disease epidemics are…

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“Healthy”: What Does It Mean Anyway?

Unquestioned answers are more dangerous than unanswered questions. –Krishnamurti                           “I try to eat healthy.” Every time I hear that phrase (and that’s often) my nose detects the scent of a large smelly (albeit innocent) elephant looming somewhere in the room: such an…

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