No two health-driven plans are the same. Why? Because thy must be based on individual needs in order to be effective. As a Health Coach, I take a customized approach to meet my clients' needs considering several factors.
How is a health coach different than a dietitian or nutritionist?
A health coach works with clients in six month blocks to achieve individualized health and wellness. A health coach works one-on-one with you to understand a variety of factors about your life to create a customized plan.
A health coach emphasizes ongoing coaching plans to meet goals. Dietary nutrition is included as well as non-food forms of nourishment. We discuss spirituality, physical activity and other lifestyle factors that could have effects on overall health and wellness.
We explore many different dietary theories because no two people are alike. We tailor the program to meet the individual. We put together a step by step plan to reach the goals. We are forward thinkers who use holistic, traditional, ancient and modern nutrition practices.
Bottom line, we focus on nutrition, physical activity, relationships, and lifestyle. All of which can affect overall feelings of health and wellness. We work to reduce stress, increase energy and sleep, and achieve weight adjustments, if necessary, for the rest of your life.
We will encourage you to adapt healthy behavior and hold you accountable by supporting you in your new lifestyle.
The Fit Girls Eat Burgers Approach
The Fit Girls Eat Burgers Approach is rooted in the concept of bio-individuality and only takes two food groups into consideration.
Primary foods are the elements of life you encounter that can have a profound effect on your health. Primary foods are:
your job, occupation or profession
hobbies and interests, and
Secondary foods are simply what you eat. Secondary foods are the actual foods we eat to nourish the body. Secondary foods serve as an energy source to fuel our activity and might be prominent of your lifestyle.
I apply my knowledge and understanding of nutrition, fitness and interpersonal dynamics to provide insight on how to combine these two food groups to create a healthier, more balanced lifestyle.