Diet Plans

Diet  Plans – Do the Genes Fit?

Are genetics working for or against you? It’s easy to find out.

All you need to do is look at your immediate family. Take a few minutes to answer these questions:

1. Are your parents and siblings at a healthy weight?
2. What about your grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins?
3. If not, who is not?
4. Have they gained, lost, and regained weight over time?
5. What struggles have you observed them having with their weight?
6. What similar patterns do you share?

Weight Loss - Discover your own belief and behavior patterns.Behavioral weight loss approach

A new approach to manage your weight while you are living your present time, the past is gone, the future is not here yet, do not let your life escape you, live the here and now, use your past as a leverage to live good life and get to a better future.

– If you want things to change for you, you have to change.
– It is time to Identify and change the patterns that derail your weight management. Forever.
– A journey of discovery, transformation and empowerment.

Discover your own belief and behavior patterns.

Successful weight loss starts with thoughts, feelings, actions and behaviors—not calories and workouts.

In fact, it’s the foundation of lasting weight loss.

Rewire your body’s brain/weight connection.

That feeling that your body is fighting your best efforts to manage your weight. It’s real.

Discover why and begin mastering the tools that help align your heart and your mind towards the weight and life you want.

Build your own one-of-a-kind weight loss program.

Isn’t it time to stop shoehorning yourself into a plan that worked—for someone completely different?

Everyone deserves to be at their healthiest, happiest weight, so make your plan your own!

Learn new ways to overcome derailers.

Every day has stresses that can derail weight loss.

Your plan has to adapt to your life—not vice-versa.

I will teach and offer you the tools for monitoring and ‘dialing in’ your program.

This is the toolbox you reach for when it feels like you’re getting off-track again.