My mission is to help people understand what is wrong with our society’s culture through nutrition and diet advice. So often we focus on what tastes good rather than what’s good for us.
My mission is to help people understand what is wrong with our society’s culture around food. So often we focus on what tastes good rather than what’s good for us. The problem is we aren’t told how to eat right, we’re told what will ultimately make us sick. In most cases that is. Thankfully I’m not the only person, coach, trainer, nutritionist or health enthusiast who understands this. Unfortunately, we represent all too few and the message needs to get out there. Don’t get me wrong, it’s nice to pig out once in awhile or indulge. However it’s necessary to understand when and how often you’re able to do within the scope of your goals. Sometimes you need to take time off of having cheat days. I can talk to you about where you’re at and what the next step is.
The biggest thing you can do right now is start the process of change. If you find yourself lost, confused, frustrated, etc, then you’re not alone. I have been all of those and research constantly changes too. I would say the best way to go about this is to start making the more obvious of choices like eating more vegetables and eating healthier protein sources, versus trying to know which oil might be in the food you’re about to order.
I can help you change your brain around food, which is the biggest key to changing the habits that you’ve created over the years. It’s easy to be addicted to sugar and sweets, along with anything that comforts you when you’re stressed. It’s time to figure out what connections your habits show in your daily food routine.