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You are ready now to implement diet and lifestyle changes, aren't you?

What do you think would help you implement some diet and lifestyle changes? What would make it simple? Or help you feel successful? What do you need help with to take action? I ask because I really would like to help those who have a desire but aren’t sure how to make this transition, yet.

In my experience, the only thing stopping you from taking charge of your health and healing YOURSELF is:

1. Knowing exactly what to do and in what order

2. How to handle the tricky mindset stuff that comes up and tends to stop people in the middle of making progress

3. Make sure you keep your action steps as simple as possible so that it’s actually doable and sustainable for you and your life

Basically you don’t have to figure out how to do this, I hae already figured it out for you.

I’m here to guide you.

My clients leave my practice knowing what they want, have a plan for getting there, and feel confidence and in control of your progress.

Are you ready to see if my nutrition coaching and personalized guidance on breaking free of painful eating is right for you? You’re invited to a Painful Eating Breakthrough Session.

During this 60-minute, private session we will discuss the following:

· Clarify your health history, how you got here and what you want to resolve

· Identify what was missing in your attempts to resolve your painful eating issues and what you can do about it now

· Outline a plan of action: If I feel I we can work well together, I will map out a plan of action to get you back to feeling good again, including what labs and tests I can foresee you needing to get to the bottom of things. I will also share all the details of what working together privately looks like in one of my personalized nutrition and gut health counseling programs.

All you have to do is go to my website,, and click on the Get Started button and book a session today to get you started to experiencing optimal health and wellness. You are ready now, aren’t you?

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