After two Masters degrees and a kiddo, I decided to follow my deep interest and curiosity in health and nutrition.
As a teenager, then a young adult, and throughout my 20’s I struggled with an unhealthy diet, sugar addiction, emotional & binge eating, weight challenges, headaches, stomachaches, yo-yo dieting, and food deprivation. Then chronic fatigue, gut issues, thyroid challenges, dizziness, anxiety, and depression also surfaced in my 30s.
My parents’ sudden and untimely passing and my own health struggles woke me up to the need to better understand nutrition and how to eat healthy for my body, who am I being when I am eating, and also what my relationship to food is. Almost a decade long process, but eventually I learned what foods support my physical wellbeing, and what foods are best to stay away from.
I also started working with my own coach and I committed myself not only to the nutritional aspect of my health, but also to my personal growth. I slowly and surely started to feel better in all areas of my health and life. It was enormously empowering and prompted me to help others, so they too find their health & wellbeing, much faster than I did.
I am aligned when I am coaching and am passionate about helping YOU with your health challenges. Please read the Medical Medium (MM) page on my website to find out how his information saved me from further decline and helped me heal. In my humble and grateful opinion MM’s teachings are crucial ‘How To’ tools in YOUR healing. I call these tools – outer game, and the mindset and internal beliefs & identity work – inner game.
Healthy eating, boosting your immune system, recovering from chronic fatigue symptoms, autoimmune challenges and who we are being when we are eating may not be the only steps you can take towards your optimal health. However, they are undoubtedly very important ones.
Eating well and healthy not only improves our bodily-, but also our mental health. Food is information and it matters what we feed ourselves. Equally important are how we show up for ourselves at mealtimes (and any other area of our life) and what our relationship to food is. With the right system, support, curated information, and accountability one can absolutely take steps towards their own optimal health and wellbeing.