Health & Wellness | Effective weight Loss | Pregnancy & breastfeeding education
Although everyone’s goal is to achieve optimal health and wellness, one size does not fit all! That’s because everyone is unique and at a different level in their health journey.
Over the years countless programs, diets, products and concoctions have been marketed as the ultimate solutions for health or for weight loss. Unfortunately, the majority of those who tried them realized over time that the most effective aspect of those offerings were their marketing campaigns.
My mission is to help you identify your pain points, provide you with the information you need, set goals, develop a customized road map based on your needs, and coach you towards achieving transformational and sustainable results.
When it comes to pregnancy and breastfeeding, I have accumulated a tremendous amount of scientific knowledge in my professional life and I truly enjoy helping new and future mothers in this amazing experience. I will provide you with accurate information as well as tools and resources that will help you navigate through this journey.
What is health? Is it not the absence of disease? Feeling well and being healthy are intimately connected and this is everyone’s goal. But in order to achieve that, it is imperative that you eliminate or at least minimize your exposure to physical, chemical and emotional stressors. It is therefore key to understand what really affects you, identify what those stress factors are, and setup a road map for your journey to optimal health.
Many, if not most people focus on counting the calories they consume and then try so hard to lower that number to lose weight. They do that by reducing their calorie intake and performing frequent and intensive workout. Although I encourage regular exercise in general, my approach is not focused on counting calories. If you understand why and how your body makes and burns fat, your weight loss journey may not be as difficult as you think.
Pregnancy is best enjoyed when the body is physically, chemically and emotionally ready for it. It takes preparation. There are profound physical and hormonal changes that occur during and after pregnancy but unfortunately, most women are not well informed. Also, if you understand how your body makes milk and what it takes to optimize supply, you will more likely be able to breastfeed for the long term, if that is your goal (and it should be).
Are you Ready to invest in a journey to a healthier you?