Process Flow

Before Your First Session

Before meeting with you, We will ask you to complete a brief to provide some background on your current lifestyle and eating habits, and to think a little about your goals and challenges. This helps focus our first session and ensure that we are working on what’s right for YOU. 

During Your Session

We will discuss what’s working in your current lifestyle, and what’s not. We’ll try to figure out where the roadblocks are and then map out where you want to go. We’ll review what has worked well for you in the past, and what isn’t working so well.

Then, together, we’ll come up with a specific plan to meet your goals – whether weight loss or gain, cooking healthy meals for your family, training for an athletic competition, solving a specific nutrition problem, or just generally trying to find a healthier balance in your life. 

What We won’t do: Create an intricate diet plan or a list of foods you can’t eat (unless your medical condition specifically warrants this). We will focus on creating new habits and identifying simple, sustainable changes you can make to meet your goals. 

What We will do: Provide you with the tools and information you need to build healthy habits for you and/or your family. 

After Your Session

Change doesn’t often happen overnight, and that’s normal!

Follow-up is a key part of our work together. For each session, We will follow up with you via phone/ call/email within 6days to check in, help troubleshoot as needed, brainstorm new ideas and answer any nutritional questions you may have.

What We don't believe in

1. Fad diets Or diets found in books, diets promoted by doctors on daytime television, detox diets, or diets in general.

2. Food- or body-shaming.

3. That there is any one perfect diet or perfect food.

4. Our body shape or size is indicative of our health. There is a much greater story inside us than outside.

5. Food as religion. It’s neither “clean” nor “unclean.”

6. Overly restrictive diets and lifestyles that focus on taking many of the things we enjoy.

7. Making people feel bad or ashamed about themselves results in better health.

“Positive and permanent dietary and lifestyle changes are only made by people who feel supported, appreciated, accepted and understood.”

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