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What is a Health Coach?

A health coach is professionally trained and certified to help clients with weight control issues,
skin conditions, allergies, inflammation, chronic illness and more.
A primary objective is to eliminate
the causes of the existing problems and develop strategies to prevent future symptoms or diseases.

Do you have autoimmune issues?

Suffer from chronic inflammation, joint pain, acid reflux, arthritis?

Does stress at your job cause you to overeat?

Does lack of sleep or low energy keep you from exercising?

Does eating a certain food make you feel bloated? 

Have trouble concentrating and feel like you have brain fog?

Or do you just want to prevent these things from happening?

These are just a few of the common symptoms of autoimmune diseases! Do any of these sound familiar?

I practice a holistic approach to health and wellness, which means I look at how all areas of your life are connected. We work toward equipping you with the self-awareness to make the best decisions for yourself in any given circumstance. 


How is a health coach different from a nutritionist or dietician? 

As a health coach, I approach each person holistically, addressing more than just nutrition.
I look at diet, exercise, environment and more to help you make choices that can prevent diseases before they develop.
When you get to the root of a symptom, you can begin to make changes to heal yourself. 
 

Do you work with children and families?

     Yes! Helping children understand their food choices is key to their health as an adult.
Dietary habits are set in children between ages 4 and 8.
Establishing habits early helps to prevent some major disease later in life.
Making health a family priority helps ensure the success of everyone.
 

Why is a health coach a good investment?
Learning to take control of your health is so empowering.
By doing so, you are setting yourself up for a healthier life.
You will be amazed by your energy levels and how much better you feel and sleep.
You will learn to make SMART goals- specific to you, measurable, attainable, relevant to your life, and timely.
Added bonus: less time and money spent at the doctor! 
 

Are you just going to tell me all the things I cannot eat anymore?

     No, I'll never tell you that you can't eat something ever again!
We will focus more on what you CAN eat, rather than what is forbidden.
It's about making choices because of the way you start to feel.