Shana Rose – Your 365 Food Coach
My approach is to get an overall view of my client’s habits, behaviors and stressors and then determine the place an anti-inflammatory food plan has in their overall lifestyle. Sometimes, we can quickly use lifestyle hacks such as food choices, intermittent fasting, supplements or even lab tests to go deep to determine vitamin and mineral levels. Other times my client and I have to look at the big picture, and look beyond the details of your lifestyle and, instead, focus on self-love.
You’ll be learning to steer a careful course between all the possible interventions and the degree to which you adhere to them because if you are at all like me, if you somehow don’t do it right—if, for instance, you don’t use the right supplements or you don’t keep up with the absolutely ideal exercise program or you fail to have the perfect lab results—you can feel bad about yourself and that does not create self-healing.
The bottom line is that you are in a process of self-healing. You will be contributing to the decisions we make. We’ll work together as a team. And we’ll always take into account all aspects of your well-being.
Once we have achieved some degree of symptom relief, we will work together to understand the real effect food and lifestyle choices have on your body. As you become more aware of the physical factors that are affecting your body, you will be able to recognize the signals your body is giving you. As a result, you will develop your innate intuition.
As we work on an eating plan that nourishes you—and a life and attitude that nurtures you—you’ll be able to develop the health and well-being you’ve been missing. At that point you will have the energy and focus for some of the other important aspects of your life.