Erin Power

About the Author

Erin Power is the Coaching and Curriculum Director for Primal Health Coach Institute. She also helps her clients regain a loving and trusting relationship with their bodies—while restoring their metabolic health, so they can lose fat and gain energy—via her own private health coaching practice, eat.simple.

If you have a passion for health and wellness and a desire to help people like Erin does every day for her clients, consider becoming a certified health coach yourself. Learn the 3 simple steps to building a successful health coaching business in 6 months or less in this special info session hosted by PHCI co-founder Mark Sisson.

friends having dinner to demonstrate staying healthy while eating in social situations

Ask a Health Coach: Sabotage and Eating Healthy in Social Situations

Now that the world is opening back up (well... in some places), we’re eating out more, going to more parties, and returning to a “new” new normal that sometimes leaves us (or our partners) struggling to find balance. In this week’s Ask a Health Coach, Erin is here to answer your questions about all this, plus much more. Got something to ask? Post your question…

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Don’t Give Up, You’re Just on the Other Side of a Breakthrough

I love those posts about famous people who didn’t reach their stride until mid-life. Or ‘til after receiving hundreds of rejection letters. Or following some huge life-altering experience. Like George Lucas who got turned down by three major movie studios. Michael Jordan who got cut from his high school basketball team, twice. The dude who started FedEx who allegedly got a C on his college…

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Ask a Health Coach: Fasted Exercise, Chronic Cardio, and Microworkouts

Hey folks! In this week’s Ask a Health Coach, Erin is answering your questions about how to fuel on race day, why overdoing cardio is linked to burnout, and how to squeeze more (effective) exercise into an already busy day. Post your questions over in the Mark’s Daily Apple Facebook group or down below in the comments.   Dean asked: "I’m walking a 10K a…

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What We Can Learn from World’s Longest Living Populations

Why do some people live well into their nineties with zero health problems, while others get sidelined by diabetes, heart disease, and autoimmune conditions? Sure, your genes play a role, but it’s your lifestyle that pulls the biggest lever. If you’ve followed the Primal Blueprint for more than a minute, you know it’s possible to reprogram your genes, regardless of what health struggles your parents…

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Ask a Health Coach: Common Nutrition Myths Debunked

Hey folks! This week Erin is shedding light on the truth behind common nutrition myths – everything from the “8 glasses of water per day” rule to the benefits of longer fasts and the best forms of exercise. Got more questions? We love getting them, so post yours below in the comments section or over in the Mark’s Daily Apple Facebook group.   Jaime asked:…

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Body image issues and perfectionism

Is Perfectionism Ruining Your Health?

If you’re wondering if you’re a perfectionist, I’d say there’s a good chance you are. Or at least have perfectionist tendencies. I know I do. After all, who doesn’t want to be perfect? Who doesn’t want to be the one who gets the gold stars, the big wins, and the admiration? Perfectionism is one of those traits people typically see as a positive, but underneath…

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