Can I eat out? What about Vacations and Travel?
Because the focus is not a “Diet”, but Nutrition, you will learn how to navigate all kinds of social interactions without compromising your goals!
Do I have to exercise?
Fat loss comes primarily from Nutrition. Activity is encouraged, but not necessary! Resistance Training can be implemented into your program to build muscle for the future, but you can’t out exercise poor nutrition, so no, you do not have to exercise!
How much time do I have to put in per week?
Like any learning opportunity, there are things you will need to make time for. We will meet weekly for our session, but you will also want to allocate some time for planning of meals (about 5 minutes per day average) and your weekly Check-In and Assignment (about 15 minutes weekly)
Do you have Payment Plans?
Yes! If you do not want to pay in full, after the initial payment, you are set up on a billing plan!
Do you accept insurance?
Nutrition counseling is more likely to be covered if it is part of a doctor-prescribed treatment for a particular medical condition, such as diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure or coronary heart disease, in which case you should look for a Registered Dietician, not a Nutritionist. Nutritionists work for body composition changes, which often have a side benefit of improving health markers. Unfortunately, this is often not accepted as a cause for using insurance.