Improving your health and changing your health behaviours requires a lot
of work and focus.
Research suggests that up to 90 percent of
chronic disease is caused by diet and lifestyle factors.
Food and Nutrition coaching along with
other allied health professionals that are well trained in these areas can play
a significant role—alongside licensed clinicians—in reducing the burden of
Reversing chronic health issues, weight loss,
energy, training and performance, whatever your motivation for wanting change the
smallest changes over a period of time can be the most lasting ones.
new habits may be self directed. Sometimes new habits can be formed by joining
a community or group of people starting a new program and supporting one
a coach that you can work with could be the answer. A coach that focuses on you
and your achievable goals and helps you unblock any issues you may be having and
add value to your health journey.
How can you become more efficient
with these changes?
By building new habits.
Create daily goals, make small changes.
The small goals that lead to a successful reversal of unwise
habits can have a big and lasting effect on your health.
Changing our behaviour may be the single-most important
way you can prevent and reverse chronic disease.
A coach can support
you, hold you accountable and at times challenge you – something that can be
difficult to do on your own.
Food and Nutrition coaching
is designed to support people in changing their behaviour.
Building habits not
only helps us cut down on the time it takes to perform behaviours, but it makes
those behaviours stick.
follow the typical “expert” model that’s so common in healthcare.
Instead, as a coach
I will partner with you to understand your current condition, flesh out your
goals, create doable objectives, and hold you accountable.
Small goals will
help you achieve seemingly small behavioural changes that add up to big
benefits for your health.