- I always get so inspired by their willingness to share their struggles and their commitment to making positive changes;
- Their stories allow others who may be weighing in on their own health to hear what’s possible and understand that they’re not alone;
- The results are often far more than they bargain for;
- And finally, their experience helps them to see the big picture with their health and motivates them to continue.
This is true for one of my recent clients and I want to share her story with you.
Before working with Linda, I was in need of a complete remake of my nutritional habits. I was lethargic and felt like an uber-blob. I felt bloated in my face and my abdomen all the time.
I chose to work with Linda’s detox program at first to plunge into a better way of eating. What I didn’t know is that I would get so much more than just how to eat better. Her program allowed me to take a long, hard look at my emotions around eating and address these at the same time.
The three most significant improvements I experienced during Linda’s detox program were:
- Weight loss & healthier looking skin
- Much more energy
- Improved self-care both nutritionally and emotionally
I feel lighter from a physical standpoint and that transcends into an emotional one because of the content of this program. I was able to get rid of a lot of weight (water weight, poundage AND emotional garbage).
Linda’s program is not only a program of information and tasty ideas ~ which it is. But, it is also filled with empathy, compassion and understanding. You can feel it every time you read something from her. She has a wealth of knowledge and understanding that is both supportive and inspiring. Her kindness has helped me make some changes that my body and spirit have long been waiting for and I’m certain will be long lasting.
~Laura Clark, Hope Valley, Rhode Island
What I’m most thrilled about for Laura is that she continues to practice healthier eating habits and continues to lose weight ~ as a beneficial side effect. To me, weight loss is not the main objective I would like to see my clients achieve–better health is what I want for them; and if they do lose weight on their journey–which they often do as a result of their healthier habits, then I’m super thrilled for them.
For Laura, she told me that she is far more aware and mindful of what’s she’s eating. In addition, she’s simply making wiser choices across the board. For example, she’s now eating more regularly, rather than concentrating most of her food later in the day. While she would typically have a cup of coffee for breakfast, she now chooses a warm bowl of oatmeal. And when she eats out, she also makes healthier choices without sacrificing what she likes. The other night, for her birthday dinner out, rather than a stuffed lobster, she ordered a steamed lobster and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Improving your health doesn’t mean a future of deprivation. We all know this doesn’t work. The key is to develop your own personal relationship with food that satisfies your body, mind, and spirit. If you’d like support in this area, contact me today – I’d love to help!