Eating Psychology Coaching
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When the nutrition talk arises, it seems that all opinions collide. Everyone is passionate about food. We should be, because it’s necessary, it’s healing, and it’s pleasurable. Conventional nutrition however, seems to have focused only on the compounds that make up the food, and ignored everything else.
“What we eat is only half the story, the other half is who you are as an eater.”
– Marc David, Founder of The Institute for the Psychology of Eating
As a certified eating psychology coach, Joannie focuses on the underlying truths and puts asides the quick fix advices. She works with the most common and overwhelming eating concerns of today – weight, body image, overeating, digestion, fatigue, mood.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Taking into account metabolism, emotions, psychology, and nutrition you will truly accelerate the road to real and lasting success
- A positive & uplifting approach to eating that is sustainable
- Life changing results
- Your relationship with food will change
- Live a more balanced lifestyle
- Empower your metabolism in a whole new way
- Letting go of unsustainable diets
PRICING & HOW IT WORKS
We commit to giving our 100% and getting you where you want to go. The recommended package is 8 sessions. You wouldn’t expect to see your muscles grow from 1 session at the gym only, well, the gut and brain work in a similar fashion. Give us 8 weeks, and we will change your relationship with food.
We appreciate not everyone will be in position to commit to 8 weeks. Book a free 15 minute consultation to help us guide you through a strategy that will work for you.
10 Weeks Transformation
WHAT IS MIND BODY NUTRITION?
Typical nutrition studies the vitamins, minerals, and other compounds that make up the food we eat, then tell us what foods we should consume in order to attain maximum health. The substances that we put into our body are just a part of the complex phenomenon known as our metabolism. When we add curiosity about the feelings, beliefs, habits, and attitudes that we bring to the table, we can understand much more about the way digestion works.