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Nutritional Health Coaching

Accelerate your health with a customized nutrition and lifestyle plan!

  • Suffer from anxiety? Maybe you are low in B vitamins, magnesium, or DHA.

  • Suffer from depression? Maybe your diet is creating inflammation.

  • Suffer from Bipolar or Dissociative Identity Disorder? The ketogenic diet may help. 

  • Have excess bloating, bowel issues, or stomach pain?  Let’s look at your microbiome and the gut-brain connection. 

  • Doctor worried about your weight, blood sugar, or cholesterol? All of these metabolic health issues are also related to mental health! 

  • Of course not getting enough deep sleep or exercise both have a huge impact as well!

 

Our nutrition coach can help you identify the unique nutrients, eating pattern, and lifestyle habits that your body is craving to be able to function optimally. Rebuild your energy, joy, and brain power today!

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Easier Said than Done...

Making significant lifestyle changes can be difficult for most people, but especially for individuals struggling with their mental health. Planning and cooking healthy meals and finding motivation to exercise, for example, can be daunting tasks. Our health and wellness coach can help you create a simple plan and walk you through it step-by-step.

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A Personalized Approach

There is no one perfect eating plan that works for everyone. There is no sleep schedule that works for all humans. Same with exercise, career choices, social interaction, spiritual connection, stress-relief, etc.

 

Coaching is about leveraging your unique strengths and knowledge about your body and your life to craft a plan of action that helps you take general principles of success and apply them to your unique situation.

We have the training, expertise, and authenticity to craft an experience to helping you reach your goals.

What does the research tell us?

Eating an inflammatory diet increases risk for depression: A review of research studies that reported an association between the inflammatory potential of the diet and risk of depressive symptoms found a significant association between a pro-inflammatory diet and increased risk of depression compared to people eating an anti-inflammatory diet.  Source 

 

Note: anti-inflammatory diets are characterized by colorful fruits and vegetables, fish, poultry, grass-fed beef, olive and avocado oils, whole grains, probiotic foods, and spices (oregano, basil, rosemary, sage, ginger, turmeric, etc.). Pro-inflammatory diets are high in sugar, white flour, white rice, fried food, vegetable oils (soy, corn, canola), cured or smoked meats, and low in vegetables and fruits. 


Young adults experienced an improved mood when eating more vegetables and fruits: In this study involving 281 young adults, participants reported feeling more positive moods the day after eating 7-8 servings of vegetables and fruits.  Source

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