• Why Me?

  • People’s relationship with the food has many facets and is built on their past emotions and experiences with food. I understand the struggles people have with food from a first-hand perspective. I worked for an inpatient eating disorder hospital for two years, and have seen the disastrous effects on the human body from people either under or over feeding their body.

    I have studied and worked with clients for the past six years, encouraged and shared what I have learned to help others reach their weight loss and fitness goals. People change their relationship with food by better understanding how different foods either nurture or destroy their body. I have found that as people educate themselves, they change their relationship with food, and ultimately change their lifestyle, health, outlook, and overall well-being.

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