A Different Approach To Nutrition
I am offering a transformation of your lifestyle in all four realms of your existence: body, mind, emotions and spirit.
From our childhood, we are conditioned not to trust our institution and our body. Usually, as a child we are greatly influenced by our parents and later by our peers. We are often taught it is not polite to leave food on the plate or to say “no” if somebody is offering you a slice of pizza at a birthday party. We want to fit in, not to stand out with our habits. Later, when we enter our adulthood we start exploring different diets (so many to choose from!) to usually feel better about how we look. We throw ourselves from eating more of this and less of that and a few weeks later more of that and less of this. Diets keep changing, new ones are becoming trendy. Don’t you sometimes feel, you want to forget what you know about nutrition and start from scratch? It is possible! What we forget in the process of chasing diets is that each of us is absolutely unique and there is no diet fits all. We need to focus on the relationship with our own bodies, finding connection between what we eat and how we feel, developing a deeper understanding what works specifically for us.
I am here to merely guide you back to your body and realize the connection of food-body-mind, so you can have the health you want and deserve. I am offering a no-judgement, no-punishment approach because we all know guilt doesn’t do us any good but create extra stress and tension. We will review your nutrition and lifestyle and bring in the changes at the rate that works for you.
If it were only about food, diets would actually work
We are so closely connected! Let’s put an effort in improving our wellness and multiplying the feeling of compassion towards everyone and everything around us.
If we ask people what health is, the answers will vary greatly depending on the personal circumstances, age, financial status etc. But if we try to structure the answers into some kind of system we will quickly discover that health is not only about being physically fit. We also (and maybe mostly) want to feel good. So how do we achieve this and most importantly how can we maintain this looking and feeling amazing?
We all have family, job, friends, and that darn parent-teacher conference… So many responsibilities are already on our plate! It’s difficult to add any. I am with you. Let’s be on a mission to incorporate positive changes into our already busy lives. I know it’s possible. Whatever changes we make need to be sustainable. It is easy to get very excited, but which battles are worth commitment?
I personally dislike labels. If I avoid any animal products but eat a piece of chicken, do I, in that very moment, transition from vegan to carnivore forever? Vegan/vegetarian does not necessarily equals healthy. A person can eat fries, pasta and oreo cookies so technically be a vegetarian. Do these meals add up to health? I don’t think so. Let’s stay away from jumping to conclusions and judgement.