Living Well

upset woman on scaleNo one will argue that we should take care of ourselves and that our overall wellness—as well as that of our loved ones—is important.

Unfortunately, the vast majority of health plans stress a legalistic approach to weight loss and management—counting calories, watching one’s weight, and living by a set of strict rules and guidelines.  And let’s be honest: How has dieting really benefited you? Statistics show that dieting has a 95% failure rate.  And not only that, I believe that diet-based approaches are potentially damaging to the soul because they can foster guilt, low self-esteem, disordered eating, and a false perception of self.

Ultimately, dieting leads to a heavy heart and wreaks havoc with our peace.  But it doesn’t have to be this way.

I strongly believe in an approach to wellness based on God’s intention for us, to live in grace and abundance. I believe that you can have a full life, experiencing physical, emotional, and spiritual health and wellness.

I am passionate about helping people discover what optimal health looks like for them—from the inside out, not just to look healthy, but to live a healthy and full life. There is freedom in being at peace with our bodies and with food, and deliverance from the guilt and oppression of dieting.  It is my passion to help others live full and healthy lives and find sustainable wellness.

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