Lifestyle Nutrition & Wellness Programs: Holistic & Sports
Nutritional Coaching and Therapy
A nutrition coach to help guide in what to eat or not eat, to create a healthy balanced diet.
Liver Detoxifying Shakes
A balanced terrain and milieu starts with cleaning up the liver.
Balanced and Healthy Breakfast
A balance and nutrient packed breakfast sets the pace for you day.
It's All About Greens
Green vegetables should be included in at least 3 of your daily meals.
Eliminate Gluten from your diet
Gluten is part of major food sensitives that more and more people are intolerant of. Eliminate that from you diet as much as possible.
Be Colourful-Liven Your Salad
The more colours you include in your salad, the greater its nutritional value. Remember to eat colourful.
“Eating healthy nutritious food is the simple and right solution to get rid of excess body weight effortlessly and become slim and healthy forever.” ― Subodh Gupta
My philosophy about Nutrition:
“ Nutrition: It’s not about deprivation, instead it’s about setting up a framework and foundation for good health.”
Good health is the key ingredient to true beauty. A diet should transform
your body, not just change it in a superficial way. The body is not a static
entity from which fat can be peeled away like layers of an onion. The
transformation must come from within, because wholly healthy, balanced
body can maintain its ideal weight. Overweight itself indicates imbalance
in the system.
Correct nutrition is essential for optimal mental and physical health, for
everyday life and for specific training and sports activities. It should
consist of a variety of whole foods.
“Nutrition can be compared with a chain in which all essential items are separate links. We know what happens if one link of a chain is weak or is missing. The whole chain falls apart." Patrick Wright, Ph.D.
Lifestyle Nutrition & Nutritional Counselling
Dietary changes can often be the most powerful tool that we have to recover from
illness and prevent chronic disease. Today, a proper diet is critical to your health
and wellness. However, through the media, the books we read, and the people we
converse with, we are exposed to a multitude of diets and dietary advice. Inherently
this presents a challenge in knowing which foods, and how much of these foods,
would be the most appropriate for us.
Aside from macro-nutritional needs (protein, fat, sugar), your body also requires specific nutrients, vitamins, minerals and micronutrients - which play a vital role in metabolism. Knowledge of potential immune challenges (i.e. allergies, food sensitivities), food quality (organic vs. non-organic, GMO vs modified, etc.), and how certain foods and food groups can affect various ailments can be key to maintaining and sustaining good health
This program can help relieve symptoms resulting from food allergies and intolerances and treat nutrient deficiency, hormonal imbalance and food-associated inflammation and pain.
“Your Body is your most Priceless Possession..... so go take Care of it." Jack Lalane
If you want to improve your athletic performance by using whole foods and
the nutritional science specific to your sport, body type and goals, you’re in
the right place. Many athletes are aware that superior nutrition is a significant
part of their athletic goals, but they use various alternative products and
information sources to help their performance.
Sport Nutrition Programs are designed to help you learn, understand and
apply a more comprehensive approach to eating and training. They include
tools to help you get the most out of your training, your nutrition and your
schedule in order to maximize all aspects of your lifestyle with individualized
meal plans based on your food preferences, your schedule, your training goals and your individual needs.
As a nutritionist and wellness coach who also specializes in sports nutrition and performance, I can help you reach your goals efficiently and can provide ongoing support. Sports nutrition is not only about performance, but includes mood management, focus enhancement, utilization of nutrient absorption, managing anxiety and depression and establishing strong coping mechanisms for your sport. Whether you are a weekend sports enthusiast or an elite athlete, you deserve to know how to get the most out of your investment in yourself!
"Love yourself enough to live a healthy lifestyle."