There comes a time in all our lives, when we finally have to face our moment of TRUTH and make a DECISION. If you’re tired of the weight-loss roller coaster and you’re ready to be empowered with tools to improve your health so you can finally GET the RESULTS you want, you’re in the right place. It is my belief that everyone needs a mentor/coach to achieve their personal goal! Therefore allow me to coach you successfully towards achieving your wellness & lifestyle transformation.
Making choices about your health can be a difficult process with the array of information about wellness and nutrition. Deciphering all of the information available can be challenging and overwhelming and some information is even unreliable.
As a certified wellness and lifestyle coach, I provide tools, guidance and motivation to help clients improve their health and well-being by shifting their behavior to healthier habits so they can satisfying their hunger for life. In working with me, you will develop a deeper understanding of your food and mood association along with triggers and cravings. You can also expect to have more energy and create balance within the first few weeks. Instead of prescribing one diet, we will explore different ways of eating in order to help you discover an approach that is tailored to your needs.
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Slimming Down After 50?
If you’re a woman in your 50’s, chances are you are experiencing a bit a weight gain in the midsection. Gosh! Don’t you hate it?!!! I know I do! During this stage the mirror is not very friendly. That’s usually because there’s a lot going on. From being overstressed to entering menopause or peri-menopause, or simply experiencing a mid-life crisis – the “getting older” syndrome – all of which can introduce a bit of craziness in your life. What you find is that your diet and exercise routine from your 30’s and 40’s stops working at age 50 or doesn’t work as well as it use to. But we can’t just ignore it because studies show that women who gain weight at age 50 have a 30 percent increased risk of breast cancer and other disease. The good news is . . . READ MORE