As a Nutritionist I believe in the importance of having a healthy well-balanced lifestyle. Achieving the healthiest and happiest version of yourself doesn’t mean you have to deprive yourself of the foods you enjoy, but it’s learning how to enjoy those foods in moderation within a healthier habit of eating. Not everyone is programmed the same way, most people are unsure of how to nourish their bodies properly. Women, men, age, health history, genetics, and activity level are just a few factors that contribute to someone’s nutritional needs.
For many, dieting is successful when they follow a plan given to them and are committed to it. They see great results and they are very happy with themselves. But what happens after dieting? Many people struggle with balancing their diet and eating correctly when they are attempting to maintain their weight loss and health. Thus, they regain weight and before they know it they are hopping right back on a diet once again. People tend to revert back to their old habits after they’ve completed a diet, therefore they constantly regain weight.
This is a vicious cycle that seems to never end for most. It can lead to a bad relationship with food, and with someone’s self-love and self-esteem. But what if I told you that there was a way to maintain your weight and even achieve better health overall?
Nutritional Coaching is a very essential piece in many people’s lifestyles that they incorporate with a trusted Nutritionist.
I work with a diverse group of clients who benefit from Nutritional Coaching. Whether you are wanting to shed a few pounds or are looking to maintain your weight you can benefit from learning more about yourself, your nutritional needs, and how to eat a balanced diet where you can enjoy yourself and “fun foods” as well as learn the importance of healthy nutrient dense foods in the daily diet. My passion is to help others live happier healthier lives.