LET ME TEACH YOU HOW TO MAKE EATING DO-ABLE

Are you ready to liberate yourself from dieting?

 

I CAN HELP YOU CONNECT THE DOTS BETWEEN
KNOWING WHAT TO EAT & ACTUALLY DOING IT

Living in a body you love is not achieved by dieting. Changing your lifestyle isn’t just a decision.  Achieving lasting results is a process of change.  As a dietitian-nutritionist & mindful eating coach, I artistically merge together healthy eating, practicality and positive behavior change.  Having overcome my own disordered eating, pre-diabetes and struggle with weight, I will be an invaluable partner on your path to developing a healthy relationship with food, fitness, and your figure.*

This session will help us get to know you better so we can confidently recommend a long-term treatment plan.

 

  • Change the way you think about food by helping you change your personal food culture.
  • Change your definition of sensible eating by showing you easy tricks to balance meals without sacrificing your favorite foods.
  • Change the way you react to food by giving you the tools to identify and combat emotional eating related to stress, anxiety, happiness, boredom and more.
  • Change your food choices by giving you practical and stress-free solutions to healthy eating.
  • Change your outlook on fitness from something you dread doing to something you want to find the time to do.

 

This session will help us get to know you better so we can confidently recommend a long-term treatment plan.

Low Sodium Seasoning Salt that Actually Tastes Good

In a small bowl, combine 3T iodized salt of choice, 3T potassium chloride, 1.5T garlic powder, 1.5T onion powder, 1T chili powder, 1T finely ground pepper, 1T turmeric, 2t ground ginger, 1t paprika, 1t celery powder, 1t ground mustard, 1t ground cumin. Mix well. Pour...

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What Is Mindful Eating?

  Have you ever dipped into a bag of chips or cookies while watching TV and without even realizing it, finished the entire bag? Or possibly you’re one that likes to eat at his/her desk, giving more attention to your work than your food. One that I’m guilty of more...

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