Food for Thought
Food nourishes us physically, mentally, even emotionally, and provides us with fuel to meet the demands of our day. Food is also social, cultural, and often at the heart of our traditions.
Whether eating for health, performance, weight loss/gain/management, or just to survive, there’s a lot to consider when it comes to feeding ourselves.
Move, Feel, & Perform Better
A Lot to Chew On
Knowing what to eat can be complicated and challenging: food options continue to evolve, and we’re increasingly bombarded with (mis)information, gimmicks, and confusing or conflicting points of view.
I will help make it all a little easier to digest.
Easy to Swallow
My overarching approach to nutrition is straightforward and centered around whole food nutrition, primarily plant-based, portion control, proper proportions, balance, variety, plenty of water, plus other lifestyle factors including stress management and fitness.
No magic pills, fad-diets, "super foods", supplement-pushing or cookie-cutter approaches – just the facts and real food.
You Are What You Eat
No ‘good’ and ‘bad’ foods, just foods optimal for health or for your unique goals and needs.
There’s room to munch without guilt, snack without regret, and savor all the foods we love, yet still experience optimal and lasting health.
Follow the ‘80/20’ rule of nutrition: 80% mindful eating, 20% cast caution to the wind (alter the ratio relative to your current objectives) – but consistently eat garbage and you’ll feel like garbage!
Balanced from the Inside Out
The Meal Plan
Methodical and incremental steps for sustainable lifestyle change. No overnight overhauls, yo-yoing, or dietary prescriptions. Identify current habits and patterns – decide which to maintain or change, and what new ones to introduce. Nutrition education, tasks and challenges, ongoing support, plus a few tricks up my sleeves…
Nutrition Consultation Rates
Ongoing nutrition guidance is included with personal & partner training sessions.
I can also be consulted separately for $100 per 1-hr consultation.