clients to achieve nutrition and wellness goals and by addressing all the facets health in addition to Nutrition (relationships, exercise, career, and spirituality).
conversations to allow clients to explore areas they feel need attention, educate on health-supportive self-care behavior and sustainable life style modifications.
clients to adapt healthy behavior changes as well as to hold themselves accountable for their choices, supporting them in their decisions.
to a clients thoughts and ideas on how to achieve their goals, obstacles along the road or any concerns, encourage to explore and re-evaluate.
clients on Nutrition and healthy life style options, because only when we know why, we will follow through.
success, because contrary to the short nature diets, sustainable long-time changes require commitment and education – they don’t happen or without effort.
client’s lives to become healthier and happier in all areas and introduce easy and sustainable life style modifications.
Nutrition Coaches don’t diagnose, treat or heal, they refer to the appropriate medical professional for proper treatment of medical issues.
provide nutritional insight and a list foods to eat or not eat. Their primary focus is on providing nutritional facts and information to address illness or deficiency. No long-term relationships are established with a client and no coaching is in the scope to implement the information. Nutritionists and Dietitians don’t advise on behavioral eating modifications and don’t provide accountability and tracking metrics. Nutritionists, Dietitian’s and Doctors often work closely with a Culinary Nutrition Coach helping their patients to put theoretical nutrition knowledge into practice for a successful transformation to healthier lifestyles.
are trained in nutrition to work with healthy clients wanting to improve life styles. They also support Doctors and Dietitians coaching their patients implementing meal plans, medical recommendations and necessary life style transformations. They address a major obstacle for people to transform to a healthy life style – meal preparation. Culinary Nutrition Coaches put theory into practice by using culinary medicine techniques such healthy meal preparation, cooking, selecting healthy ingredients, food label analysis, grocery shopping assistance, food safety and many more. In addition, they focus on positive behavior modifications, life balance factors such as relationships, career or spiritual practice to achieve whole health and build strong relationships with their clients, monitor progress through accountability metrics and define goals for long-term health.