About Mind-Body Nutrition
Mind-Body Nutrition is an exciting and timely new field that advances the practice of nutrition by exploring the psycho physiology of how thoughts, feelings and beliefs impact nutrition, metabolism and health. It includes, but also goes beyond nutrition, by focusing on the connections between the brain, body and behavior. What we eat is only half the story of good nutrition. The other half is who we are as eaters. Mind-Body Nutrition reveals how stress physiology, the relaxation response, breathing, pleasure, awareness, meal timing and much more, profoundly influences digestion and calorie burning.
Dieting is Done!!
Dieting is synonymous with suffering and stress. 90% of people who diet will often, and within a year of losing that weight, will regain that weight and then some. Dieting to lose weight for most people is not sustainable. Failure to lose weight and keep it off creates an internal stress that there is something wrong with you. As your Eating Psychology Coach my approach to you is positive and empowering. Your eating or weight challenges are places where we can more fully explore some of your personal dimensions in life that impact food, weight, and health. Often our eating challenges are connected to work, money, relationships, family, intimacy, post and present stresses, plus so much more. By working in places most relevant to you, success is better achieved.
As your Eating Psychology Coach I shall support you with coaching strategies and nutrition principles that are nourishing, doable, sustainable and that yield results.
Your coaching with me will be as “customised” as your personal story. Our stories need to be heard so we can dive deeper into our relationship with food and unlock the answers we have held for so long about our own personal journey with eating and food.
When you are coached you are guided down paths via way of specific questions. These questions will evolve into your answers, and your answers will provide you with growth, discovery, education and loads of ‘A-ha’ moments.