My current practice is a reflection of my 25+ years in the functional weight loss and wellness trenches working to get to the root cause(s) of my clients’ health challenges. I am best known for helping women shed their menopausal middles and break free from belly fat and the constellation of symptoms they experience such as:
- bothersome belly bloat
- stubborn hormonal weight gain
- digestive disturbances (gas, bloating, constipation, etc.)
- hot flashes
- low energy
- foggy head syndrome
- low self-confidence due to the above symptoms
Key Points I’ve learned:
A mindset change is as important as a dietary change for achieving and, more importantly, maintaining any wellness goal.
To truly heal any wellness issue, you must first discover and eliminate the root cause so that true healing can begin.
In the human body, everything is connected. For example, just as your knee bone is connected to your thigh bone, your weight gain is connected to your sleep, stress, and hormonal issues.
Gut health is the primary causative factor in most wellness issues from hormonal imbalances to stubborn weight issues and practically everything in between.
It is not so much the number of calories you are eating but the quality of those calories and your hormonal response to them that matters most. Remember this one – it’s big!!!
Food matters, a lot!! There is a direct connection between what and how you eat and how you feel.
It’s not always unhealthy foods that are causing your symptoms, but healthy foods like asparagus and salmon can make you feel terrible if your body is sensitive to them. We can work together to figure out your individual food sensitivities.
Cut to the chase and test, not guess. Trial and error is no match for true science and customized protocols.
You do not have to be perfect to get results. Consistent small changes add up over time to push you over the finish line to your weight shedding or wellness goals.
Just get started! In the words of one of my most enlightened clients – “If I knew I could feel so good, I wouldn’t have wasted so much time feeling bad.”