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What Does Rock Eat? (Part 6)

Making small changes to our diet over time is an easier and more sustainable approach to improving our health and wellbeing. It's human nature to resist big changes, and that resistance can lead to stress and ultimately failure. By making small changes, we can reduce that resistance and make progress that feels manageable and even enjoyable.

For me, making small changes has been key to building resilience and confidence in my nutrition habits. When I first started focusing on my nutrition, I tried to make big changes all at once. I completely overhauled my diet and tried to stick to a strict meal plan. But it was too difficult to sustain, especially when life got stressful. I found myself turning to old habits like emotional eating and bingeing on junk food.

When I switched to making small changes, everything became easier. I started by adding more fruits and vegetables to my meals, then focused on getting more lean protein. Over time, I learned to enjoy healthier foods and discovered new recipes that I loved. I also realized that it was okay to indulge in a treat every now and then, as long as I made it a conscious choice and didn't go overboard.

Taking this approach to nutrition has helped me not only improve my physical health, but also my mental and emotional wellbeing. I feel more in control of my choices and less stressed about my diet. It's a sustainable approach that takes into account the realities of life and helps me build habits that will last a lifetime.


The truth is, there is an overwhelming amount of information out there on nutrition and it can be tough to sort through it all. Plus, everyone's body is different, so what works for one person may not work for another. Working with a dedicated coach who has gone through extensive training and education on nutrition takes the guesswork out of the equation. They can help you tailor your nutrition plan to your unique needs and circumstances.

But beyond the practical benefits, having a coach can also provide a sense of emotional support and accountability. For me, having someone to talk to about my specific issues with food was incredibly helpful. They were able to provide guidance and feedback that I wouldn't have been able to get from reading a blog or article. And let's be honest, who has the time and energy to read through endless nutrition blogs and articles? By working with a coach, I was able to streamline the process and get the information I needed without spending hours doing research.

In the end, the investment in working with a nutrition coach was well worth it for me. It allowed me to make sustainable changes to my diet and improve my relationship with food. So if you're feeling overwhelmed by all the nutrition information out there, consider working with me to help you navigate the waters. It could be just what you need to reach your health and wellness goals.

Don't let the overwhelm of my one nutrition plan stress you out. As your nutrition coach, I'm here to help you decide what kind of support you need and to create a custom plan tailored specifically to your unique needs and preferences. We'll work together to identify your goals and any challenges you may be facing, and develop a plan that fits seamlessly into your lifestyle.

Whether you need help with meal planning and prep, guidance on making healthier food choices, or support and accountability to help you stick to your goals, I'm here to provide the guidance and resources you need to succeed. I'll also be available to answer your questions and offer feedback and support as you work towards your goals.

So if you're feeling overwhelmed by all the conflicting information out there, or you're not sure where to start on your journey towards better nutrition, schedule a consultation with me today. Together, we'll create a plan that works for you and sets you up for long-term success.

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