About: Meridith Oram

Meridith Bickford Oram is a certified health coach, licensed massage therapist, and certified group exercise instructor. She is married with two boys, and lives in Chester County, PA. She earned a B.A. in Communications from Villanova University. Meridith blogs about fitness motivation, nutrition tips & tricks, Celiac Disease, and easy (but delicious!) gluten-free recipes at belowthefork.com. LET'S CONNECT: Instagram: @belowthefork Periscope: @belowthefork Twitter: @belowthefork Blog: belowthefork.com FB: https://www.facebook.com/BelowTheFork

Recent Posts by Meridith Oram

Sometimes people choose a fitness program, a mentorship program, or a business coach because they see it’s worked for other people. That girl lost 10 lbs so I will too! That’s not to say you won’t be successful, but here is my 5 step process for finding a coach who meets...
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Recent studies have shown that sharing your health goals on social media, especially Instagram, can help you create accountability and be more successful in achieving your goals. When you’re accountable to only yourself, you may be more likely to lose motivation. Here are some ways to utilize Instagram in your Health...
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I’m a clean eating gal on a budget, so 100% organic eating is (unfortunately) not an option for us. I do the best I can. Some foods I won’t compromise on and always buy organic (greens, chicken, and eggs), some foods I’ll go either way depending on deals (basically all fruits...
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For the background story on the fall of Ava Anderson Non-Toxic please see my original blog post. As a female entrepreneur in the health and wellness education industry, I looked up to someone like Ava Anderson. I truly love all my Ava Anderson products, and use them on a daily basis. Ava has so many...
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The BMI Scale is a joke. It has inaccurately mislabeled Americans for decades, and now science is finally catching up to what many of us fitness professional have said for so long: it is a greatly flawed assessment of health. Last week, LA Times reporter, Amina Kahn, wrote “a new study...
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