For those of you who know me understand that I'm not a big fan of resolutions just around the new year time. I'm a big believer in self regular "check-ups" more often than once a year. Though, the new year can be a good time to reflect about this past year, what it has brought you and ponder what aspects of your life you would like to grow and improve in the year ahead.
I'm reminded time and time again how the health and function of our bodies are our most prized possession. After all, if we don't have our health what else do we have?
Individuals seek my services in nutrition to find their individualized path. After our sessions, they walk away with an understanding more than just the basics of calories in/calories out, carbohydrates, proteins and fats - there's so much more to nutrition, in addition to the function and health of our bodies!
Having health concerns linger is not a fun feeling. Maybe you can relate…have you experienced any of these unwanted feelings and concerns?
If you have experienced one, or more of the above, you are not alone! These are some of the most common reasons individuals reach out to me. They want to learn WHAT and HOW to improve their health. I’m a big believer in not only the what and how, but the WHY as well. I've found that the why we need to make adjustments in our nutrition or lifestyle helps the what and how stick - the act of not falling off the wagon. It opens our minds to allow new concepts to become a regular part of our life – so we don’t revert back to old ways that won’t keep us moving forward and in the right health promoting direction.
Give your amazing and wonderful body the gift of health in 2018 by carving out time to learn what, how and why foods and lifestyle factors are helping or impeding you from reaching your individualized health and/or fitness goals.
Here's to a healthy you!
Hello, my name is Stacy Peterson, Functional Nutritionist and Holistic Health, Wellness and Strength & Conditioning Coach with a MS in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine practicing whole-foods nutrition and physical training to individuals around the globe.
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