You want to live a healthy lifestyle, but aren't exactly sure how to begin, how to fit it in, or how to make it stick.
I've got the experience, skills, and tools to help you release your baggage + resistance and FINALLY get some real consistency + momentum.
You might not know it yet, but we're a match made in heaven. <3
This is for the woman who's ready to get off the "healthy living hamster wheel" - now & forever.
Are you exhausted + overwhelmed by all the "expert" advice on the internet? Do you cringe at the thought of trying another diet/program? Are you so busy that you can't imagine being able to commit to anything new?
If yes, then you are in the right place, because I actually AM an expert (a clinical dietitian) and I'm telling you to forget what you heard because most of it isn't created with YOU in mind.
When I finally decided to finally decide that my health was actually important to me, I had no health insurance, no money, and no healthy role model to emulate. If I was going to go from an addicted, under-weight, malnourished 30-year-old with chronic inflammation + constipation, a never-ending hangover, smoke-filled lungs, decaying teeth, irregular + painful cycles, peeling + bloody nail beds, thinning hair, high cholesterol, no muscle tone, and no confidence - I was going to have to figure it out on my own.
Even if you've tried everything else.
Even if you don't feel ready to change.
Even if a little part of you doesn't want it to work.
Even if you don't give up beer or ice cream.
Even if you've already donated your skinny jeans.
Even if you feel guilty for putting your oxygen mask on first.
Even if you have no extra cash for a fancy meal plan.
Even if your agenda is already full.
Even if you're already rushing everywhere, all day, every day.
Even if you can't shut your mind off to relax.
Even if you can't walk around the block.
Even if you have to enroll by yourself.
Even if you have a couple bad days.
Even if you feel like your current situation is totally your fault.
Even if you forgot what "good" feels like.
Even if you feel like shit most of the time.
Imagine waking up feeling fully rested. Imagine that's your new normal.
You have a cup of coffee and step outside for a few minutes to take a quick walk around the block, just to get some early sunlight in your eyeballs and fresh blood into your joints. Your muscles are a little tight and sore-in-a-good-way, but they loosen up quickly. After getting yourself and everyone else ready, you head out.
You make a quick, simple, and delicious dinner, using only 4-5 ingredients, and save enough for lunch tomorrow. You create a relaxing mood, put down the screens, and take care of your family. You're able to be fully present with them and shower them with love, instead of letting the weight of the world keep you distracted, tired and bored.
When your head hits the pillow, ready for another full night's rest, you're satisfied that you did your best that day. You handled all of your responsibilities with ease, loved your people well, and took good care of yourself too. You improved your health + happiness in 100 small but powerful ways, and tomorrow will be even better because of it. Life is beautiful in your body.
That's not unrealistic, ya know? You can either embody your vessel or feel it deteriorate around you. It's your choice.
Choose life NOW. Don't put it off any longer. Your body is always changing, either in the direction of healing or disease, and your lifestyle sets the course.
TAPS is $97 for lifetime access. Pay once & run the challenge as many times as you want. Recruit some friends and use the integrated point system to make it a competition.
Think $97 is asking too much? How much do you spend in in medications + supplements a month? How much does a doctor visit cost? How much work have you missed due to illness?
According to The George Washington University, the tangible, annual costs of being obese are $4,879 for a woman and $2,646 for a man, and $524 for overweight women and $432 for overweight men.
84 million Americans have prediabetes. Those diagnosed with diabetes average $16,752 per year in medical costs - 2.3 times higher than without diabetes.
About half of US adults have at least one major risk factor for heart disease. The annual direct costs per person is $18,953, that's more than $400 billion a year.
$97 is pennies!. Cash in your loose change if you have to. Save your lunch money for a week.
Think ~10-mins a day is too much? How much time do you think it takes to go to all those doctor/hospital visits or pick up those prescriptions?
If you think preventing disease is too time-consuming, wait until you actually have any of the completely preventable, top 5 causes of death that killed 56 million people in 2001.