Have you ever walked around the grocery store just feeling lost because you don’t know what you’re supposed to be eating? Have you ever stared at a food label blankly but not really understood what it says? What about scrolling through Instagram or Facebook and getting totally overwhelmed by all the do’s and don’t’s? It’s so overwhelming!
There are 3 things that are key to our nutrition programs, and one of them is CONFIDENCE!
So what does “confident nutrition” mean and what do I hope you get out of any nutrition programs, seminars, consultations, or anything else?
We work on not questioning everything you put in your mouth. While on-going coaching clients have tons of support available, they don’t need to ask about every little thing. I love when clients do a check-in and let me know how they had a question but thought about it and came to their own answer. They are confident that they can make decisions that are right for them.
We work on being able to have treats and enjoy the heck out of them. So many of us are hesitant to have any of the special foods we love, either because we think it will throw off whatever progress we’re making, or because we feel out of control around them. We work on finding ways to have these foods and not feeling crazy around them. When you know you can have a cookie any time you want, it becomes a lot easier to not eat 14 of them just because they’re available.
We work on confidently being able to decide what changes to make. Do you need to make every nutrition change that is recommended to you in a day (thank you social media)? No! So how do you know which ones are legit and which ones aren’t? We work together to answer those questions so that when something lands in your lap, you’re not second guessing yourself. Nutrition clients learn how to think through new nutrition information to decide if this is something worth adding to their life or now.
And I most of all I hope our nutrition clients and anyone who participates in any nutrition program, challenge or event has more confidence in themselves. I constantly ask clients for their bright spots, things they’re proud of, things they’re doing well and things they love (or at least like) about themselves. And while I know that this drives them nuts sometimes, it reminds them how awesome they are, and that’s one of the coolest parts of helping people be happier and healthier.
If you’re ready to get confident in your nutrition, email email@example.com and book your free Bite-Sized Nutrition Chat to talk out your goals!