These days, you can’t watch the news or go online without being bombarded by nutrition information. The constant barrage of images, over-the-top advertising and dramatic warnings of what you should and should not eat has probably confused you and at the very least overwhelmed you.
Or, on the other hand, you may know exactly what to eat, but why did you eat chocolate cake for breakfast this morning instead of that bowl of oatmeal you intended to?
That is what I am here for.
When I started working with clients, I spent most of my time educating them about what to eat and how to improve their diet. While my clients were achieving short-term success, I was frustrated by my ability to help them achieve more long-term, lasting changes. I set out to find a better, more sustainable way to help my clients.
As a result, I completed a Nutritious Life Certification and through the teachings of one of America’s top nutritionists, Keri Glassman, and her team nutritiouslife.com, I now take a more holistic or “whole person” approach when I work with my clients. I partner with my clients to focus on diet and lifestyle and come up with an individualized plan to help them complement each other. I help them learn to tune into their body’s signals for hunger, satisfaction and fullness. After all, often achieving long-term food related goals is not about what you ate it is about why you ate it!
When researching options for nutrition professionals, it is important to confirm that the person you choose is a Registered Dietitian and not simply a “Nutritionist”. Registered Dietitians have the following credentials, not held by unlicensed providers:
We offer programs and packages that can help a broad array of clients: from those dealing with chronic conditions such as diabetes, obesity or severe food allergies to those who simply want to lose substantial weight or adopt a healthier lifestyle.