What can you expect from eating a clean, plant based, nutrient dense organic diet? For starters…
Energy throughout the day
Clear radiant skin
Easily maintain a healthy weight without counting calories
Heal your gut & boost your immune system
Mental clarity & focus
Regular bowel movements
Reduce your medical bills & insurance
The health and wellness journey is different for everyone, but an integral part of getting getting healthy is always food and nutrition.
We have to learn the difference between real food and product.
We have to be intentional about what we consume and make our well-being a priority.
This lifestyle is not about extremes, it’s about balance and tuning into your body’s signals and needs.
The important thing to consider is this – you can’t outrun a bad diet.
The saying “you are what you eat” is spot on. What you’re eating today becomes the building blocks of of your body tomorrow. What does your future look like when you look at your plate right now? Is it drab, lifeless and heavy OR light, vibrant, and colorful?
Eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to break the bank, it doesn’t make you high maintenance, and it doesn’t mean that you are forever comdemmed to a life of boiled veggies and being hungry.
In fact, eating clean will open a whole new world of possibility. You’ll discover new colors, flavors and textures that will excite and literally change your senses. You’ll connect with a whole new community of people, and you’ll find a new sense of vitality and happiness in your day to day life that comes from within.
We’ll clear out old beliefs and stuck emotions that are draining your energy and holding you back from achieving your goals. These old energies subconsciously stop you from trying, make you quit, and cause self-sabotage. Beliefs like:
-I don’t want to be seen / I’m not enough
-Nothing works for me / I’ll never be able to lose the weight
-I can’t stop eating _____
-Healthy means boring
-There’s not enough time (for me)
Once you create space you have to intentionally fill it. Otherwise it is easy to slip back into what was familiar or take on new conditioning. Remember, the universe operates as a vacuum. You need to identity and embody your new identity and supporting beliefs. You need to get clear on our values, aims, and goals. You need to integrate all parts of yourself so you are congruent within. Embodiment locks in the change.
This is where we finally add in new habits like food and fitness. We will create a lifestyle that is in alignment with your new identity and values so there will be no resistance like before. Here accountability is key. As humans we need community.
-Learn how to nourish your body
-Move with purpose
-Learn how to manage your stress, increase joy and spark your imagination
-Create measurable and achievable goals
“Let thy food be thy medicine” – Hippocrates