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In this call we discussed how we all emotionally eat and how to get to the roots of the emotional upsets that drive the need to eat when we’re not hungry.
Specifically, we walked through the door of having a “time of day” that tends to be a problem for you. Do you eat when you get home from work? Or maybe it’s after the kids are gone to bed? Or maybe you just eat extra large portions at dinner time?
Whatever your “problem time” is, we start releasing the emotional resistance that prevents it from dissolving. Please feel free to share the audio!
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I was having lunch with a group of lovely ladies the other day. The conversation turned to me and what I was up to these days. Of course I’m pretty excited about running the 40 Day Paleo Reset coming up soon so I was rambling on about that! In hearing that the reset is about teaching people how to eat well, take care of themselves and conduct a food sensitivities challenge, one of my lunch companions said the frustrating thing that I hear ALL the time!
With a dismissive wave of her hand, she said “Oh, I’m lucky, I can eat anything I want and nothing bothers me.”
My first thought when I hear someone utter that ubiquitous phrase is generally that they ARE bothered and don’t even know it. It’s highly doubtful that their health is perfect, even if they’ve been given a “clean bill of health” from their M.D. It’s much more likely that inflammation is lurking, it’s probably contributing to nagging health concerns and even worse it’s driving a silent disease process that my dear acquaintance has zero awareness of.
Now, I don’t want to be presumptuous. I don’t really believe that everyone on the planet is walking around with unknown food sensitivities that are destroying their bodies from the inside out. Unfortunately, I happen to know how commonly that IS the case because I see how incredible people feel when they actually eat foods that SUPPORT their health and avoid the ones that DESTROY it. It frustrates and saddens me that people aren’t getting the knowledge they need to make empowered decisions about their health, which means that it will inevitably slip away, like a thief in the night. And we’ll blame aging. We’ll blame cancer. We’ll shake our heads and say “it’s such a shame”, “life is so hard and unfair”, or “you can’t change genetics”.
And that is all such a load…
Few people realize how insidious foods like grains, sugar and dairy can be. It’s just not logical to think that the “healthy, whole grain” cereal you eat for breakfast every morning, the cereal that is RECOMMENDED by the heart association and the well-meaning food guide people, could be a major cause of the inflammation that makes your knees hurt. Or that it could be a big piece of the puzzle that’s driving your lagging concentration, or your insomnia, or your headaches, or your depression or much more serious disease processes that you may not even know about. I know it’s not as easy as 2+2=4.
The concept that foods can affect areas of the body other than the gut can seem far-fetched. Fortunately, we have a slew of researchers and doctors now sounding the alarm about food and it’s becoming harder and harder to ignore the links to serious, preventable diseases like Alzheimer’s, Heart Disease, Parkinson’s, Diabetes and the gamut of auto-immune conditions like Hashimoto’s, MS and Rheumatoid Arthritis. We don’t have all the answers about which foods cause which problems, and exactly how the disease mechanisms work, but we do know that OFTEN when we remove these foods, people heal.
I see a day coming where the first step in ANY medical treatment program is to remove foods that we KNOW contribute to inflammatory disease processes in the body. Until we remove those foods, we simply can’t get a clear picture of what’s really happening in our biochemistry and support it with the marvels of medicine. I mean, really? How much longer are we going to put someone under the knife for a triple by-pass when we could clean out their arteries by removing grains, sugar and dairy for 3-12 months? It’s just not cost effective, not to mention, safe or even responsible to keep ignoring the food connection to health and disease!
Part of the problem that contributes to people not connecting food to their health concerns is that we often don’t have any obvious sense of the problems the foods are causing. Problems outside of the gastrointestinal tract are actually VERY common, but until we remove those foods and then re-introduce them, we personally, won’t have any idea how much those foods are affecting EVERY part of our bodies. That’s why functional medicine practitioners, naturopathic doctors, many chiropractors and even some progressive MD’s ask you to follow a grain, sugar and dairy free diet for a period of time as their first course of action in your treatment.
Avoiding the problematic foods for 10-90 days and then systematically re-introducing them to see how your body reacts is called a “food challenge” and it is something you can easily do yourself to be empowered and take charge of your health.
My mission in life is to help people live healthier, happier lives. That includes teaching them how to be their own doctor and take control of their health and their life through their food choices. When I hear someone talking about grains, dairy and sugar I want to hear them say “yes, I’ve avoided all of those foods for three months and re-introduced them and now I know what those food toxins do to my body and I choose to eat foods that support my health 80% of the time so I can stay well and enjoy my life!”
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If you’ve read any of my story, you may know that I’ve had a special relationship with food for most of my life. It began with emotional eating, struggles with my weight and the low self-esteem that went along with it all. For me, being a fat kid shaped me in very unpleasant ways and as a result I’ve spent most of my adult life seeking out tools and information that would heal that damage and let me become the person I always wanted to be.
Don’t get me wrong. There are plenty of areas for me to continue learning and growing but I can honestly say I love my life now. I love and appreciate my body, I do work that fulfills me and I have tools that I feel can help me navigate ANY challenge that life throws my way. Learning about food and eating has been, and continues to be, a pivotal part of that journey that I want to share with you today.
Think about someone you admire; whether that’s a teacher, the head of your company, your yoga instructor or a friend or family member. Now think about what they eat. Very often (not always), highly functioning people, the people we admire and emulate, do their best to eat well. They seem to have different programming than the majority of people which insists on a level of self-care that supports health and the successful lifestyle they’ve carved out for themselves.
I’ve often noticed that it doesn’t seem to matter which area of life they begin to excel in first, whether that’s athletics, business, academia etc, sooner or later they get food figured out. I think it’s safe to say that the smartest, most successful leaders in this world eat well. Of course, the specifics of the diet will vary a lot based on what their own experiences have taught them about what constitutes a healthy diet, but there’s no question that they are putting some effort into avoiding junk, processed foods and eating whole foods. It may be vegetarian, macrobiotic, vegan, mediterranean or paleo/ancestral, but the fact remains, they are putting effort into eating well because they know that what they eat influences how they think, how they move and how able they are to live the life they want to live.
For me it all started with food.
I’ve never been a high achiever. I was pretty average really. I did well in school without trying too hard, I didn’t care much about getting amazing grades or getting into a good school. I had dreams and aspirations like most kids, but they weren’t terribly compelling and honestly, having fun was more of a priority. As a result of a stupid teenage attitude, I didn’t finish my last three credits in my grade thirteen year. I got my high school diploma, and I was accepted at university for a dramatic arts program, but when actually going to school meant leaving my boyfriend (that I ended up breaking up with two years later anyway) and going to a strange, scary city to pursue something that didn’t really fire me up, I opted out. Everyone in my life was expecting me to go to university, but honestly I was lazy, misguided and afraid. You see I still had the “fat programming” that was constantly telling me I wasn’t good enough. I was convinced that having a few extra pounds would never fly if I wanted to be in show business, and the thought of getting there and being told that I needed to lose weight in order to be successful was too painful to even contemplate.
So, instead of going off to university I worked a year in the fast food industry, gained another fifteen pounds and then got a job working in a factory.
Of course, being that I had a weight problem, controlling food and exercise had been part of my experience from the age of 16, but it’s not as though I had mastered food, or anything about myself through my rigorous diet and exercise attempts. No, back then I was dieting and exercising because I hated my body and NEEDED it to change. That’s not at all the same as being in charge of your life and choosing to take care of yourself with food and proper movement because of an innate sense of self-worth.
But eventually, after years of personal growth work and with huge thanks to EFT, my self-hatred was replaced with self-love and self-respect.
I recall standing in my kitchen, looking at the advertisements for the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants in the back of an Alive magazine and feeling the spark of wanting to “be more”. Maybe it was because I had an interest in nutrition due to my weight battle, or maybe it was because the “I’m not good enough” pattern convinced me that I could never be a mainstream dietitian and this path seemed easier, but whatever it was, I felt that I finally had some clear desire and direction in my life.
So, within the year I was enrolled in a holistic nutrition course.
I don’t think much changed right away. Sure, I had some direction now and I had found something that interested and inspired me enough that I was an excellent self-directed student. But it wasn’t until I had been applying my new found nutrition knowledge for a while that my attitude and self-confidence began to change.
Food made me a better person. When I made the decisions to eat whole, live, unprocessed foods more of the time, I became nicer. I became smarter. I became more empathetic. I grew up.
You could argue that all of that would have happened anyway, but I don’t think so. I have a pretty clear image of the person I would be today if I hadn’t learned about nutrition. For one, I’d probably be obese. That in itself would have a ripple effect on my psyche and confidence that would’ve kept me in a prison. I’d most likely still be working my factory job. I might even still be married to my first husband, not that he’s a bad guy, but I was a different person when I married him.
I most certainly wouldn’t have become a holistic nutritionist, and then a sports nutritionist, and then a personal trainer, and then a Reiki practitioner and then an EFT practitioner. I wouldn’t have become a volunteer firefighter, and I wouldn’t have found CrossFit. My life would be a sad, pale comparison to the life I have today. It’s true. Food changed my life.
And it can change yours.
When you start by making choices about what you put in your mouth you have the potential to improve your life on at least a dozen other fronts. Learning that you have the ability to make a difference to how you feel every day is so empowering that it can’t help but ripple out into other areas of your life.
Here are just a few of the benefits of a whole food, healthy diet:
Improved cognitive function and concentration
Improved energy levels
Improved skin, hair and nails
And those are just the physical benefits. Improving the quality of food you eat also brings you into connection with the local farmers and growers that produce your food, enhances your sense of community and supports your local economy. Spending more time preparing your whole foods diet can improve relationships with your children and spouse and give you a sense of fulfillment and accomplishment. If you can grow your own food, you’ll be supporting a more sustainable food supply and improving our environment. It also gives you control over your own food and the act of gardening reduces stress and can even give you a stronger sense of being connected to nature and improve your spirituality. Nurturing yourself with good food can be the first step in finding a sense of self-worth that will give you the strength and confidence to pursue your dreams and aspirations. Always wanted to do your masters? Start with food. Always wanted to run a marathon? Start with food. Want to improve your relationships with your kids or spouse? Start with food. Want to be more successful in your career? Start with food.
It can ALL start with food.
So, what are you going to eat today?
My name is Ellie and I’m an emotional eater.
A few years ago, that sentence might have evoked huge shame for me, but these days it’s more like a “so what?…. aren’t most people?”
I started emotional eating very young. We were a typical family. I was the youngest of three and the only girl. From the time I was about nine years old, coming home to an empty house for a couple of hours after school wasn’t unusual. My after-school routine started to become a problem then. It was nothing for me to eat a cup and a half of peanut butter, slathered in corn syrup. I would put it in a cereal bowl, stir it up and eat it with a spoon while I watched “Three’s Company” and “Golden Girls”. Or I would hoard cookies. Mom had a very reasonable two-cookie rule; “one for each hand was all anyone needed”. But I wasn’t satisfied with two cookies. I wasn’t satisfied with six cookies. I could easily eat a dozen or more. The only thing that would stop me was a stomach ache, and even then, the moment the stomach ache began to lift I’d be back in the cookie tin.
I guess I realized I was an emotional eater in high school. At least that’s when I first tried to stop. If you’ve read my story, you know the whole bit about the chocolate bars, the binging, the Slim-Fast. It was an emotional eating nightmare that would continue, despite my most valiant efforts, for close to 20 years.
These days I’m not eating bowls of peanut butter and corn syrup to soothe my empty heart, but that doesn’t mean that the siren song of food is a thing of the past.
One night, in the not so distant past I was driving home on a Friday night. I was driving home to an empty house; AGAIN. It was a hard period of my life. An intense love affair had ended and over the course of the weeks prior I had been working with one of my trusted spiritual advisers to help me clear out the patterns that this loss was illuminating for me.
Weekends have always been a trigger for me. I didn’t know that on this particular Friday night, but I certainly know it now. As I was driving home thinking about what I could eat for dinner, I decided that a fast-food salad wasn’t a bad idea. I truly don’t think a fast-food salad is a bad idea once in a while, so that’s not the emotional eating part. On the way to the fast-food joint I also decided that a small order of fries wouldn’t be terribly detrimental to my healthy eating plan. Again, I truly don’t think that a small order of french fries is a problem, once in a while. It became obvious that it was a problem the NEXT night. Saturday night.
I don’t know about you, but Friday and Saturday nights are steeped in the energy of fun, family, relaxation and good times for me. And I was having NONE of that. In fact, I hadn’t had any of that in almost a year. I had been spending the vast majority of my time alone. It wasn’t a problem through the week. I was working, I had stuff to do, so I kept my head down and marched on. The weekends were a different story though. I didn’t realize it at the time, but every weekend was torture. Going home to an empty house, eating dinner alone, binge watching Game of Thrones and having a bath was NOT adequately replacing the love, fun and family connections I so deeply yearned for. It still doesn’t.
Enter french fries. Friday night, I was still fairly oblivious to the fact that I had reached for the fries in order to quell my loneliness. Saturday night was a different story. It started out innocently enough. I thought the salad from the night before had been pretty tasty and it seemed like that might be a good solution to my Saturday night “what’s for dinner” dilemma as well. Of course, I was resolved not to order fries this time. Having them once is justifiable, not obsessive, not imbalanced, just an order of fries, no big deal. Having them two nights in a row, that’s something completely different and I knew it, or at least my subconscious knew it.
So there I was, ordering my salad through the drive-through and then out of my mouth pop the words “and a small fry please”. As I was driving away, munching on the cold, greasy fries I thought to myself “okay, what’s going on?”
It was SOO obvious. The moment I turned my attention to the fact that I was emotionally eating I knew exactly why. Even though I hadn’t admitted it out loud to myself yet, I knew I was alone, I was lonely and I wasn’t having any fun.
I got home and plopped myself down at my kitchen table to eat my salad. As I was eating, my eye fell on a sheet of paper, with my own loose scribbles on it. They were the notes from my last session with my EFT practitioner. It said;
“There is a level of pain that comes from being alone that is intolerable to you”.
When she had uttered those words in our session I thought “okay, that’s interesting” but it didn’t really strike me as being true. Anyone looking at me from the outside would see that I’m pretty capable of being alone, and I’m alone a lot. But I’ve been doing this work long enough to know that our psyche doesn’t allow access to that kind of deep vulnerability and truth very readily, especially when you’re sitting face to face with another human being, so I was willing to explore the possibility that being alone was a deep-seated fear for me that I was in denial about.
In that moment, the truth of her words struck me with the power of a hundred lightning bolts. INTOLERABLE didn’t just mean uncomfortable or hard. It meant NOT DOABLE. God, no wonder I wanted french fries. I sat at the table and cried…and cried…and poured a bath…and cried some more.
Long story short, I did about two hours of self-analysis and EFT tapping in that bathtub about loneliness. What it meant, where it came from, how I tried to stuff it down with food and how I could feel connected instead. It was enlightening to say the least. I felt like I left 39 years-worth of hurt and rejection in that bathtub, but I got out feeling more than a little beaten and bruised by the process.
So, do I still want to eat on Friday and Saturday night? Yeah. Not all the time, but certainly sometimes, when the lonely gets too much. The difference is that now I know. Now I’m consciously aware of it and I watch for it. I recognize it when I see the impulse or hear the thought that says “you haven’t had a treat in a while, maybe you should get some chocolate covered almonds tonight”. Now that thought directly translates into, “you’re feeling lonely and unloved and you want to make yourself feel better with some food”. And you know what? Sometimes I oblige. Because the truth is, my life isn’t perfect and it never will be.
Using food to escape from our emotional issues is NEVER going to fulfil us or solve our problems, but almost ALL of us do it from time to time. My point is to make it conscious and recognize that you need to be working towards a long-term solution and becoming aware of the reasons that YOU turn to food for comfort. If you’re emotionally eating more than once a week, it IS going to have a detrimental effect on your health and your self-esteem.
I highly recommend a yearly health reset where you purposely avoid all of those “comfort” foods, not just for the benefit of your physical body, but also to illuminate where you may be turning to food to quell anxiety or calm emotional upsets. When you commit to eating a VERY clean diet for 40 days, you WILL be triggered and you will have the opportunity to discover valuable insights about yourself and how to improve the quality of your life.
So, I do my best to plan activities for myself on weekends now. I’ve gotten involved in groups and I’ve consciously made an effort to cultivate my friendships. I’m learning how to fill my life with the connections that have been missing for as long as I can remember. At the same time, I’m working through my patterns of feeling unloved, unimportant and alone and everything that means and does to me. As a result, my weekend emotional eating has all but fallen away. Every now and then I still get a “hug” from chocolate, but I let it deepen my awareness of what I need to let go of, or embrace in order to live an overall healthier and happier life. I expect food will keep teaching me things about myself for a long-time to come, and I’m okay with that.
I want to tell you about a client of mine. She’s a lovely lady that’s 83 years young. She raised a number of beautiful, successful children, has run many successful businesses, and has fantastic taste and a flair for philanthropy. She’s a woman ahead of her time. She taught me the difference between an ipod and an MP3 player. I’m not kidding. She’s smart, beautiful and wise.
And she hates her belly.
She bemoans the flaps under her arms.
She’s sick to death of her thighs.
And that makes me want to cry. This is what we all have to look forward to ladies. If you’ve been thinking that you’d miraculously stop obsessing over the shape and size of your body when you turned 40, or 50, or 80, think again!
I for one have had enough. Enough of society telling me I need to look a certain way to be accepted, or to even accept myself. I’ve had enough of airbrushing, and size 6 actresses playing “fat girls”. I’ve had it with out-of-shape, unattractive TV husbands (even the CARTOONS) having beautiful, thin wives just because it’s more pleasing to people. Personally, I’ve had enough of lamenting over the size of my thighs and constantly comparing myself to other women. I’ve had enough of thinking my life would be better if only I fit into a size 2. More than anything, I’ve had enough of hearing wonderful, intelligent, talented and beautiful women spend so much time and energy on getting rid of their cellulite.
I mean, really? We’re spending billions of dollars on a weight-loss industry that DOOMS us to failure! In fact, much of it is DESIGNED to fail! Let’s face it ladies, they’re counting on us being REPEAT customers! Think about the last year. How many diet books did you buy? How much of your time was spent thinking about, preparing for or following a diet? How much money did you spend on fitness videos, equipment or gym memberships you barely used? How about diet pills? Did you go out and get some raspberry ketones when Dr. OZ talked about them? Now think about the past five years. Depressed yet?
I think it’s time to step off this wheel of pain and torment, don’t you?
I think it’s time to stop wasting time on changing our bodies for the sake of fitting in or being accepted. I think it’s time to stop comparing ourselves to other women and start appreciating all the varying types of body shapes. I think it’s time to start focusing on moving and eating for health, energy, happiness and longevity instead of the number on the scale. I think it’s time we stopped giving a rip what everybody else thinks about our bodies, good, bad or otherwise and just started loving ourselves.
I think it’s time we started taking care of ourselves because it’s important to US.
And I believe that’s how we manifest TRUE beauty. I believe that when our outer bodies become a reflection of internal love and acceptance we radiate and vibrate at a different frequency. That frequency is light, its love, its confidence and security. And it draws people to us like moths to a flame. Some would call it charm or charisma; I call it connection to who you really are.
When you come to a place of loving and accepting yourself so completely that you no longer need the acceptance or approval of others, you are truly free. I know it sounds backwards, but you have to release your need to be accepted in order to be completely accepted.
That’s why I designed this program. I want you to be free. Free from the expectations of others. Free from negative self-talk and low self-esteem. Free from needing approval. Free to be the beautiful being you already are!
Here’s what you can expect from my 90-day program:
- You’ll be able to clearly hear that self-sabotaging, often subconscious, critical voice that tells you you’re no good or too fat!
- You’ll be able to evaluate with absolute clarity whether that voice is telling you the truth or not
- You’ll be able to have a dialog with that voice and convince it to change it’s tune and help support you instead of put you down
- You’ll create crystal clear awareness of what to do next when that voice shows up and how to clear it for good
- You’ll be able to see how and why you created negative patterns of thinking about yourself and your body based on the people, circumstances and events in your life
- You’ll be able to powerfully decide whether or not you want those things to continue to control you and your body
- You’ll learn how to release the past experiences that are still impacting your relationship with your body
- You’ll learn how to release those negative thoughts and feelings about your body that you’ve been holding on to
- You’ll learn the true definition of success and failure and where you fit into it
- You’ll learn to release the critical self-talk that may be held in place for you by trauma or fear
- You’ll learn to let go of your primal fat patterning that thousands of years of evolution has programmed you with
- You’ll learn how to identify and release any limiting beliefs about you and your body such as “everyone gains weight after having kids” or “it’s impossible to lose weight after menopause!”
- You’ll learn how to identify and release any way that your relationship to your parents or first family may still be subconsciously impacting your body image
- You’ll consciously decide what you want to believe about yourself and your body and install those new beliefs
- You’ll enhance your new vibration about your body and anchor it in place so it becomes your new default
- You’ll learn to use the power of your mind to create your preferred reality.
As a result of that intensive work you will open the door to:
- More confidence in your body and your self
- A deeper appreciation for yourself
- A newfound clarity about the ideals of society and how you choose to react to them
- A clean slate on the past experiences that have been shaping your body
- An ability to step into empowering decisions about who you are and who you choose to be
- Absolutely loving your body and taking care of it because you want to
- A gradual shift towards a healthier body that reflects your inner love and beauty
Here’s what your program includes:
- 12 hours of One on One Coaching delivered over 90 days with yours truly where we’ll reset your faulty programming. We’ll find your limiting beliefs and annihilate them. We’ll uncover the circumstances in your life that have contributed to your poor body image or low self-esteem and turn them into gifts that empower you and show you who you really are!
- Expert, indivualized advice on the food, supplement and exercise regimen that is best for your health and longevity.
- Access to recordings from my popular Overcoming Self-Sabotage and Emotional Eating Program
- The Overcoming Self-Sabotage and Emotional Eating Workbook to help you turn over “every stone” of possible blocks to living the fullest version of yourself.
- TONS of done-for-you materials to help you on your journey such as tapping scripts, limiting belief checklists, possible traumas for clearing checklist, and how to visualize instructions.
- BONUS Mp3 audios such as the EFT for Negative Body Emotions and Paraliminals Ideal Weight Re-Programmer.
And just to be sure you’re still moving with the momentum we’ll build together, you’ll also get:
- Two one on one follow-up sessions with me to reinforce your NEW healthy-body vibration
I’m sure you’d agree, the long-term benefits of a more confident, healthy you are invaluable! How much longer are you willing to go through life not really living? How long will you suffer, telling yourself that you’re weak and a failure because you can’t lose weight? How many parties will you miss because you don’t want everyone to see how “fat” you are?
Do you want to be 83, with a lifetime of accomplishments under your belt and still be lamenting about your thighs?
It’s time to end your suffering once and for all. We both know diets don’t work. It’s so pointless to starve yourself and deprive yourself when you know you can’t eat that way forever. Besides, you’ve tried that approach, multiple times right? It’s just not the answer.
But COACHING is SO different. Having someone to hold your hand (or kick your ass if you prefer), cheer you on and give you the tools you need to be successful is THE KEY to making this the LAST TIME you’ll find yourself in that self-loathing place, desperate to lose weight.
That’s why I wanted to make this program EASY for you to say “yes” to with this incredible savings. If you invest in full, your program investment is only:
$1497!! You’d pay WAY more for one of the popular diet programs out there, and you wouldn’t even get the mindset shifts that lead to a permanently healthy body! Your results would be TEMPORARY!
I don’t want you to wait one second longer before you start feeling better about your body. That’s why, when you invest in yourself today, I’m going to give you another SPECIAL BONUS!
When I receive your full-payment investment in the program, I’ll personally send you THE LOVE YOUR BODY MORNING RITUAL Audio Recording. This short, but powerful audio will help you get out of bed on the right foot every morning and SPEED up the vibrational shifts of feeling good about yourself and your body so you can start manifesting what you want RIGHT AWAY!
If you need a payment plan option I have that too.
Payment Option #2
Three monthly payments of $567
If you’re ready to do the work that really counts vs. counting calories and killing yourself with boring exercise, please fill out the application, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and request your complimentary discovery session and we’ll decide together if this program is a fit for you. There is NO obligation in filling out the application. In fact, I’d encourage you to fill it out even if you don’t believe the program is match for you. The transformation process often begins as a result of asking yourself some searching questions like these ones!
If you’re super excited to get started, go ahead and register now, if after having a look at your application, I don’t believe you’re a good fit for the program (which is highly unlikely if you’re that motivated) I’ll completely refund your money!
About Your Coach
I’m Ellie Steele and I’ve been helping women overcome a negative body image for over ten years. My own journey is probably much like your own and you can read all about it here. I am a registered holistic nutritionist, a personal trainer, an emotional freedom technique practitioner, a 3rd degree Reiki practitioner, a law of attraction and spirituality coach.
It is my passion to help women break free from negative self-talk and see their true beauty so they can begin to manifest EVERYTHING they deserve in life!
I’d be honored and thrilled to welcome you to my program!
Welcome to my website! I trust that you’re here because you’re interested in my weight loss coaching starter package.
If you’re ready for permanent change in your life, and you realize that permanent change requires more than just a diet and exercise plan you’ve come to the right place.
Very few people are successful with permanent weight loss because they are relying on incomplete information. Eating less and exercising more IS an important part of any successful, long-term health regimen. We all know that. But if it were that easy we wouldn’t have a multi-billion dollar weight loss industry and we wouldn’t be approaching epidemic numbers when it comes to obesity.
Permanent change requires a multi-faceted approach. Yes, what you eat and how much you move are important, BUT few of us are able to stick to a healthy eating and exercise plan until a few other things are taken care of.
For example, did you know that the bacteria in your intestinal tract can predispose you to gain weight, and make it very difficult to lose weight? In my program we make sure you have the probiotics that naturally slim people have.
Did you know that your liver is very important in regulating your fat burning ability? I’ll assess your liver function and teach you how to improve it.
Did you know that your body will store more fat if you have a high toxic burden? You may need to do a 30 or 60-day detox to optimize your fat burning potential.
Do you know what kind of exercise takes only 8 minutes but has more health and fat-burning benefits than a 60 minute run? I’ll teach you and it will be fun!
Did you know that you have built-in survival mechanisms that are controlling what, when and how much you eat? I’ll teach you what those are and what you can do about them.
Are you aware that you have subconscious blocks to reaching your ideal weight? If you didn’t, you would have reached it by now. We ALL know what we need to do, we just can’t get ourselves to do it. That’s called Akrasia, or self-sabotage and it stems from subconscious stuff. We’ll explore these blocks and I’ll give you amazing tools to overcome them.
This Starter Weight Loss Coaching Package includes:
- 1-60 minute Holistic Health and Nutrition Assessment. As a result, you’ll receive:
- A Healthy Grocery Shopping Guide outlining where to find healthy local foods and how to cook with them.
- A 7-day healthy eating plan to optimize health and fat burning
- A complete nutritional profile highlighting possible nutrient deficiencies that block healthy weight loss
- A symptom-profile report highlighting possible organ or system stresses.
- A complete 30-day supplementation protocol to optimize fat burning (supplements extra, but optional)
- Recommendations for detoxification and future steps
- The “What to Eat” Chapter from my Overcoming Emotional Eating and Self-Sabotage Workbook
Value of $200
- 1-60 minute Physical Activity Assessment and Prescription. As a result, you’ll receive:
- A 30-day exercise plan, tailored to your needs and ability
- Additional bonus exercises to keep things fresh
- The “How to Move” bonus from my Overcoming Emotional Eating and Self-Sabotage Workbook
Value of $110
- 3-60 minute Weight Loss Coaching sessions where we’ll explore:
- How and why you may sabotage your best efforts to eat healthier and exercise
- The amazing techniques that give you access to your subconscious mind so you can re-program yourself
- Tips and tools to get yourself motivated and actually WANT to exercise
- The common subconscious fears that prevent us from moving forward
- How to overcome our natural human fear of change
- How to eat according to your hunger signals as nature intended
- The rest of the Overcoming Emotional Eating and Self-Sabotage Workbook!
Value of $ 385
Combined value $695, but when you buy a package you get a deal, so you don’t pay that!
The regular Package Price is $425, but you don’t pay that either!
When you present your Shop South Frontenac Passport you save an additional 50%!!
So, just for living and shopping in South Frontenac you only pay $213!!!!
If you have any questions or would like to book your first appointment, please call 613-372-3622 or email Ellie@EvolutionWellness.ca