A few months ago I decided to ask some of my clients what they found frustrating about the health and fitness industry. What really riled them? Put them off? Made them rebel? And got on their nerves enough to have a little soap box moment with me as they got it off their chest.
And they did!
There were varied topics but the most commonly occurring one was the amount of conflicting, ever changing, guilt-mongering media messages around food and being healthy.
I completely understand. It can be really confusing to be all ready to eat your blueberry, flaxseed pancakes cooked in coconut oil one day to be told the next that coconut oil isn’t so good for you, you shouldn’t cook flaxseeds and didn’t you know pancakes weren’t a diet food?
It’s a minefield.
It’s one reason why I like to keep it really, really simple and that’s how I work with my clients.
If you want to manage your eating using a way you already know and love and gets you results, then keep it up.
If you aren’t getting results, need some help to manage your eating so you never have to think of the word ‘diet’ again, know what suits you best for your family and for you, that works around simplicity, taste, health and weight loss if you need it, then I can help.
I keep it simple.
I ask clients to work on one thing at a time.
I want to help you work within your own values around food, health and fitness where possible.
I know we need to find a lifestyle approach that works for you.
Because what works for me, may not work for you and then you’ll be derailed, feel like you’ve messed up again and grab the nearest Hob Nob.
If you feel like you need your hand holding to some simpler, healthier ways – drop me a line.
Have a scrumptious weekend!