Nutrition coaching goes beyond advice and education. You are not browsing the internet because you don’t know what healthy food is. Everyone knows that vegetables are healthier than cookies. Everyone knows exercise is a good idea. But guess what?
Knowledge does not change behavior.
The first step to eating healthier, increasing physical activity, and making better choices is not a new recipe book, a meal plan, or a gym membership. It is learning how to apply that information into your everyday life in a way that is sustainable.
Achieving health goals is hard and you need a coach to help you get there.
People, in general, view healthy eating and weight loss as a chore or a sacrifice. You don’t have to give up what you love to be healthy. You don’t have to feel deprived to meet your health goals. In fact, by doing those things you almost guarantee that you will not have long-term success.
There is no magic diet or workout routine that will solve your problems. The key to reaching your goals, maintaining your results, and feeling in control of your health is to establish new habits. Ones that are enjoyable, sustainable, and bring results.
Small, consistent changes lead to big results.