Start-Use-Do

Aug 16, 2019 | General

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Start. Use. Do.

~What if I can’t cook well?⁣
~What if I go off plan?⁣
~What if I have ten children and am time challenged?⁣
~What if I have ten children and a husband that won’t eat diet food?
~What if I can’t get special ingredients?

I get it. I’ve probably asked those same questions. Usually when it has meant me starting a new diet. But I’m not talking about a diet. I’m talking about eating healthy in a way that allows your body to find its comfortable weight and strive for optimal health.⁣

You will never be perfect with your eating or exercise or anything else so let’s all just accept that right now, eh? Forget perfection and focus on progress. I don’t eat perfect all the time – nope! But I eat so much better now than what I did 5, 10 and 20 years ago!

Start where you are.

Use what you have.

Do what you can.

 

Contact me if you need to learn how to eat in a way that works towards optimal health and weight in a safe, reliable and healthy way.

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I equip & empower women of all ages & stages to reach their best health, lose weight and feed their family in a way that is affordable, sensible and delicious.

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