The food on our plate is just the beginning. Learning to truly nourish yourself involves so much more. There is a lot of nutrition dogma out there. It always seems that there is something new we should be eating or a lifestyle trend we must follow. But health is not something you force, it is something you find.
Interpreting the signals of your body is like learning a new language. It takes time, effort, and patience. It is exhilarating and frustrating at the same time. You are able to comprehend far before you feel comfortable to participate. And ultimately you understand way more than you think you do.
For me, the project of finding what nourishes you is a lot like traveling. You know how it is so much cooler to see a city through the eyes of someone who lives there? They guide you to places that you might not have found on your own. They are proud to show off this magical side of their city, and make you feel like it is the best place on earth. But your visit has also brought them new insight and a fresh set of eyes on their everyday. This is how I see my work with clients, exploring new territory, each sharing her own expertise.
There’s no one way of eating that is right for everyone and discovering what makes you feel awesome is no small feat. When you do it is powerful, and it cannot be unlearned. With all of the information out there sometimes we don’t know where or how to start. I want you to love food the way I love food. To see how it can work for you. So let me show you around a bit. And while we are out exploring I will introduce you to the real expert on your body, your balance, and your health: you.