One thing I love bringing to my nutrition practice is passion. Rather than viewing healthy eating as a daunting task, I see it as an exciting pursuit that enhances all other areas of your life. When you make the simple decision to put better foods in your body, you sign up for a more fulfilling life. It's my job and responsibility to show others that just on the other side of what feels like their greatest obstacle is a whole lot of happiness.
The experience I've gained working closely with hundreds of individuals lead me to this important discovery; knowledge itself does not change behavior. There is a difference between knowing and doing. This is the knowledge-behavior gap (“I know what to do but I don’t do it”).
Changing what you eat is not an easy thing to do! In order to be successful, the process needs to involve much more than just understanding what foods to eat. Even though gaining a sound, science-based education involving food is critical, I believe the primary challenge we face in our current health epidemic is changing our habits. Changing the way we live! Once you gain the knowledge about nutrition, the struggle is found in staying consistent and avoiding recycled toxic thoughts that prevent you from getting the best results. I help you shift your behavior by providing education, daily support, encouragement, and ultimately closing the gap between knowing and doing so that you can get the results you've always dreamed of.