The Recipe for a Healthy Life website aims to educate and inspire my clients to take control of their health and to reach their goals. I am inspired to do this because I had to go through many of the same frustrations as my clients, being sensitive to many foods.
I spent many years studying and transitioning to new foods and habits to find my own success. And now I spend my time teaching what I learned, to others.
I introduce a variety of delicious, easy-to-prepare food that fits every person’s individual nutritional needs and daily schedule. I know that when they feel better, they will seek more change and improvement in all other areas of their lives.
I help people create their very own recipe for a healthy life!
My views have been formed out of the experience mentioned above. The information and recipes that I give my clients
are intended to be a guide and an inspiration. If something resonates with you or raises a concern, I encourage you to do your own research, seek laboratory testing and/or guidance from a trusted medical professional.
My intention is to expose clients to new ideas, or reframe general knowledge in a way that is memorable and easy to implement. There is always room to learn and grow in your diet. It’s not about being perfect, but tuning into YOU.
I consider a healthy diet as:
Making you look and feel great, has balance and resonates with you
Helping you to wake up every morning feeling rested, with steady energy throughout the day
Not producing the digestive discomfort
Reducing unhealthy cravings because it is consistently whole and nourishing
Flexible, changing according to your needs; wherever you are
Simple Recipes and Strategies for a Better You
Eating and living well begins with adopting simple, wholesome food as the foundation of your diet. I recommend a rotation that includes a variety of vegetables, fruits, whole grains and high-quality proteins in a weekly meal plan. This allows endless combinations, that fits into any routine or health concern. By incorporating more of the foods highlighted in my coaching sessions or in my cookbook, you will simultaneously crowd out the less healthy choices. I have witnessed time and again that when my clients add more nutrient-dense food to their diets, a new level of wellness emerges. That is part of why I call it a recipe for a healthy life!
Achieving success also requires cultivating habits that will support your intention to make positive change. This includes paying attention to how much you eat, when you eat, how you eat and how you feel after you eat. I provide recipes, strategies and practical advice that empower individuals to create their own recipe for a healthy life.