Nutritional Coaching and Personalized Plans
Food is fuel. Food is nourishment. Food is medicine.
Harness this power for your health and wellbeing. Connecting to your body’s true needs and releasing addictions, habits and thought patterns that are no longer serving you.
I focus on YOU as an individual.
I will evaluate your current eating and exercise habits, fitness aspirations, stress, schedule, health goals and challenges, cravings, sleep, diet history and family health to customize a lifestyle-based nutritional program. This information will be assimilated with your unique preferences and any food sensitivities to create a comprehensive effective, simple plan to support your goals.
Whole-foods based. Portion-controlled. Balanced. Tailored. With the tools you need to put it into place in your busy lifestyle. To maintain long-term and flourish in your health.
This is nourishment. No diets. No “on and off” a program. No starting over on Monday. What you do. Who you are. One step at a time.
The game-changer: Guidance, support and accountability to help you assimilate new routines, change thought patterns and develop long-term habits.
My goal is to support and guide you on a new path. Harnessing awareness and connecting to how your food choices impact your body, energy, emotions, digestion, skin, fitness, joints and more — using this feedback to gain momentum and encourage subtle, small changes that add up over time.
I provide practical, personalized advice and resources to help you build lean muscle, lose weight, change the shape of your body, increase athletic performance or simply educate yourself on foods, ingredients and new tools.
In addition to your nutritional plan, you will receive a “Go-To Savior Meals and Snacks Ideas,” a shopping list, tracking document/food diary and a meal planning document.
Documents will be presented in print in a binder as well as emailed so that you can print additional copies and make any edits/modifications for your use.
Custom menu plans are also available that include breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks with several alternatives in each category and all accompanying recipes as well as a shopping list.
Whole Foods, Whole You
What Are Whole Foods?
Simply put, whole foods are foods that have not been processed or refined and are as close to their natural state as possible. They’re free from additives and artificial substances.
Whole Food Shopping Tips
- Buy food that’s as close to its original form as possible.
- Buy food with as little packaging as possible.
- If you do buy something in a package, choose food with the shortest list of ingredients and with the least amount of processing.
Benefits Of Whole Foods
+ delicious, full of flavor and satisfy body’s foundational cravings for nourishment
+ rich in phytochemicals – beneficial compounds produced by plants, including antioxidants, flavonoids, phytonutrients and more – that help prevent heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and even cancer.
+ nutrient-dense compared to processed counterparts – contain vitamins, minerals, fiber and good fats
+ the body instantly recognizes ingestion of these components and easily assimilates them in an efficient process, requiring less energy than digesting artificial, chemical components and imparting less stress on the body’s organs and processes
+ allow blood sugar stability, inspiring greater energy, patience, positive moods, focus and productivity, while reducing cravings, irritability, foggy thinking and insatiable hunger
+ support immune system health and keep the body and mind more balanced and in a state of wellbeing
+ know exactly what you are consuming when cooking with whole food items; and
+ many more….