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Getting healthy is a lifelong pursuit; it doesn't mean life as you know has to be over. One day you do well by eating healthy and getting a little exercise. Then the next day a cheeseburger falls into your mouth.The most important thing when this happens is- "what do you next?"
Turning healthy doesn't have to be painful. I'll guide you to take it one step at a time, at your pace. You'll learn nutritious tips, pick up new cooking tricks and you may even discover a happier you is lurking inside. It's not just about eating, or just about working out- we are going to work from a holistic point of view to help you reach your personal goals. Oh, and there is that part about your body being able to:
|fight disease and inflammation
||have clearer skin!
|reduce heart burn
||experience more energy
|reduced inflammation to combat injury
||reduced inflammation to combat injury
|identify potential food allergies
||increase your self esteem
... you know, all those little side effects. Basically HEAL itself!
No one diet works for everyone. I will guide you to find the food and lifestyle choices that best support you. I will also help you to make gradual, lifelong changes that enable you to reach your current and future health goals.
One on one and group health coaching, cooking classes, grocery store trips, pantry cleanout and holistic seminars available. In person, over the phone or via skype. Let's talk to find out what is right, and most convenient, for you.
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