Do you struggle with Ruined Day Mentality? You start the day of right, eating healthy, but eating that one cookie or piece of candy has you thinking the entire day is ruined, so why not just eat cake and doughnuts and chips for dinner?
How about food labels? Doughnuts are bad. Kale is good. Ice cream is bad. Grilled chicken breast is good. Do you avoid the bad foods and only focus on the good?
What about Cheat Days? Eat clean during the week and then cheat with the bad foods on the weekend. How do cheat days or cheat meals make you feel? How do you feel after eating bad foods? Maybe more bad food or foods than you planned on?
What about yo-yo dieting? Or trying the next best thing, time after time, but no results or no lasting results?
I’ve been there. I understand.
Updating your mindset can change your life.
Nutrition doesn’t have to be complicated. You don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen or cut out all the food you love. Living a healthy life is all about moderation, portion control, making smart choices and eating foods that fuel your body in the best way possible.
I believe in fueling your body with real, whole, nutrient dense foods. I believe in understanding yourself and how your body works. I believe in loving your body. I believe in consistency over perfection. I believe in owning your choices and making smart ones. I believe mindset and healthy eating go hand in hand. I believe in eating the doughnut if you want the doughnut.
My goal is to simplify healthy eating in order to help women to understand they have the power to create a sustainable healthy life for the long-term.
Coaching will focus heavily on behavior goals, mindset shifts, customized macro breakdown based on body type and activity level, and increased support.
I am currently accepting 1 on 1 coaching clients. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a free 1 hour consult.
Disclaimer: I am a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, AAFA Group Fitness Instructor and PN1 Sports and Exercise Nutrition Coach. I stand behind all workouts, recipes and nutrition information provided. The information given are guidelines to assist in weight loss and overall health and wellness. I am not a licensed dietician or physician. Please consult with your practitioner before beginning any nutrition or fitness program. The information provided is in no way meant to replace professional medial advice, diagnosis or treatment. Just because I was able to cut back on medication by changing up my eating habits does not mean the same will be true for you.