But I need you to stare down all those trendy diets and say "Yea, it's gonna be a no for me dawg." Why, you ask? Because diets ultimately lead to burnout, harm to your mind and body, and weight regain.
- No universal “ideal diet” exists
- Food should give us energy and shouldn’t take more than it gives
- Food is essential. We need it in order to live, grow, and survive.
- We need a balance of nutrients: including lean proteins, complex carbohydrates, and healthy fats
- An individualized approach to nutrition is key
- Diets don’t work. Research shows diets leave us more stressed less and less apt to maintain a healthy weight.
In the Name of Good Health
- making small changes that build over time, leading to big improvements in your overall health
- addressing the root cause(s) of why we’re unhealthy in the first place
- having support: finding encouragement in a community that uplifts you along the way
- getting back to the basics by eating real, whole food that’s delicious + nutritious + quick to pull together
- being human! We have ups and downs in this journey toward health. Learning how to navigate forward is everything in the name of good health.
The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates was spot-on when he advocated food as medicine. Life happens around food, and choosing the best “medicine” can feel complicated. It’s time to not be stumped by what to eat and shift from a one-dimensional idea of nutrition to a more elastic one. I would love to show you how to find normal with food, your body, and your health in the midst of balancing wellness with everyday life.
If you are ready for a health upgrade, then I invite you to schedule your first session today so we can begin the journey together. You will learn how to make lasting changes to all facets of your health (mental + physical + emotional) and walk away with personalized tools to live out your healthiest, happiest life.
So, my friend, Happy 2019! Here’s to fresh starts and a whole new year brimming with vibrant possibilities.
To your best life!