Straightforward strategies to help you thrive in Midlife and beyond.
Backed by science. Fuelled by a Registered Dietitian.
Midlife is a time of great transition for many women.
Fluctuating hormones and changing life circumstances can leave us feeling out of control, confused and exhausted.
So many things are happening to us at once, and it can be hard to figure out how to help yourself feel better. What “worked before” doesn’t seem to work anymore.
As our weights go up and our mid-sections widen — thanks, estrogen! — we become desperate to get back to ‘normal.’
But now is not the time to diet. Instead, we must be wise and focus our nutrition goals on staying healthy and strong. We need specific strategies tailored to our changing bodies.
Using solid evidenced-based information and simple proven strategies, Midlife Nutrition and Coaching can help you:
Boost your energy levels
Improve your mood and concentration
and digestive problems
Tame food cravings
Keep your heart and bones
healthy and strong
Learn to eat with pleasure
and satisfaction again
and Certified Executive Coach(CEC)
Having survived menopause myself (mostly!), I am passionate about helping women cut through all the BS out there and help them thrive during this monumental transition.
I offer individualized nutrition counseling to help you develop a plan best suited to your lifestyle and health goals.
Free, no-obligation connection call
60-minute initial consultation
30-minute follow-up sessions, as needed
We are all unique, and this is not a one size fits all approach.
Imagine feeling empowered and energized, ready to pursue your purpose and passions in life.
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