Updated: Mar 18
DOESN'T MY INSURANCE COVER THAT
There is no shortage of nutrition information out there. Much of it being promoted as facts yet they are far from it. Feeling overwhelmed and unsure who and what to trust is completely normal.
It’s important if you’re going to invest your time, effort and money into improving your health that you work with someone who can not only provide you with evidence based (backed by science) nutrition information but also know how to help you apply it in your life.
Trust is essential to be successful working with a nutrition coach, you have to like and trust the person you partner with.
One of the first things I recommend is to call the number on the back of your insurance card and ask what nutrition counseling services they cover and ask for a list of providers. I do not take insurance, and I’d be happy to help you find a provider from that list that might be a good fit for you.
If you resonate with my content, you like a behavioral based approach.
Check to see if any of the Registered Dietitians your insurance covers use that approach.
If you haven’t been addressing your health, don’t worry.
Start where you are. It’s important to solve the actual problems you are having to make eating well the easy choice home or on the go.
The first results are your days flow a little easier, then you notice your mood and focus have improved. This keeps you excited about the positive results you’re getting until you start seeing physical changes.
I combine my passion for productivity, efficiency, behavior change and personal development with nutrition counseling. This means you’ll notice some strategic byproducts of feeling overall like you have your shit together more often so you can focus on having it all including the body you want. That’s the real goal, right?
Health doesn’t have to be another thing on your plate. It can be the thing that keeps you in order so you can handle what’s on your plate easier.
Order requires energy, when you work with your body and day everything becomes easier.
If you’re thinking about losing weight and want to use a behavioral based approach to develop lifelong healthy habits: I’d be glad to meet with you and decide if we’re a good fit or refer you to the best resources for you.