Healthy eating is the cornerstone of any well functioning body.
Our 6 Week Nutrition Program Includes:
- 60 Minute Initial Consultation – includes food log review, completion of the health intake form, goal setting, photos, measurements, etc.
- 60 Minute Follow Up – review personalized meal plan that will include grocery lists, recipes, and supplement suggestions (if applicable)
- 4 x 15 Minute Accountability Sessions – check in on progress, review food log and meal plans, etc.
- 30 Minute Final Follow Up – assess goals and set new ones going forward, discuss tips for nutritional success on your own
Michelle Lovette, Certified Nutrition Consultant (CNC)
My focus as your Nutritionist is to simplify those answers.As well to guide, encourage and coach you through the dos and don’ts of healthy living.
I don’t advocate dieting and I don’t adhere to, or promote, any specific philosophy of eating. I believe in basic scientific principles of what should and should not be put into our bodies. I also believe each person has unique chemistry, lifestyle, preferences, goals, budget, and other health requirements that all lend to what healthy eating is for that person.
Healthy eating can enhance our athletic performance, help us manage stress, assist in losing or gaining weight. It has influence on our day-to-day energy levels, our mental clarity, and even our complexion. Healthy eating can be the choice between living with a life threatening, preventative disease or not. Let’s take control of how food affects us and not let food control how we are affected.
Savannah Ingold, Fitness Nutrition Specialist
I believe what we eat can either be the biggest form of medicine, or it can become the biggest source of illness. My goal is to help people learn how to achieve health and vitality through healthy eating habits. I do not believe in diets, as diets are restrictive and temporary, but instead in creating small changes to the diet to create a more well-balanced, satisfying, and healthy lifestyle. It is my goal to help guide people to create a healthy diet that leaves them feeling satisfied and energized.
Courtney Ragland, Fitness Nutrition Specialist
I believe that one small change at a time can lead to a healthier lifestyle. Whether that is cutting back your alcohol or sugar consumption, adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet, or drinking more water, that, in combination with exercise, is the key to success. I personally, have had an unhealthy relationship with food, so changing one thing at a time is what made it become a lifestyle change and not a “diet” or “restriction”. I believe it is important to have a well balanced diet, which can lead to improved brain function, improved athletic performance, reduced risk for some chronic diseases, as well as feeling more energized throughout the day.