"Take care of your body - it's the only place you have to live in"
Are you unwell or lack energy?
Are you (or have you previously been) suffering from cancer, heart disease, diabetes or other illnesses?
Do you want to know how to avoid getting sick in the first place?
Are you having a hard time getting rid of the extra weight?
Are you stressed, depressed or anxious?
If your answer to any of those questions is yes, here's the good news: You can make a change right now by taking charge of your body & mind.
Toxins, bad eating habits, sedentary and stressful lifestyles are major contributors to diseases. For you to be well – in body & mind – you need to address all of that.
You need to eat food that nourishes you, understand how toxins, pesticides and other chemicals impact your health and pay attention to your mental state.
Did you know that 90 - 95 % of cancers and many other diseases are due to lifestyle factors? Certain foods, stress, chemicals and lack of exercise can alter your cells and speed up the process that leads to disease.
While conventional medicine certainly plays a big role and saves many lives, most doctors focus solely on treating symptoms rather than taking a holistic approach and looking for the cause of the problems.
In our wellness coaching sessions we will work through everything you need to know to protect your health. From the food you eat, to the chemicals you use on your body and around your home, to dealing with stress and other negative emotions. We will undertake a full 8-week detox to clean your body of all the toxins you have accumulated over the years that have impacted on your health and weight.
Book in for wellness coaching now and we will have you feeling better and healthier in a short period of time.
Our wellness sessions can be in person or over the internet / phone.
$115 per individual session or
$800 for 8 sessions
(If you are a low-income earner, I offer special rates - please contact me to find out more)
Call me on 064 (0)27 607 3090
Some books and articles you might be interested in - you will find more in my "Blog" tab.
A must have! Quick & easy recipes made with wholesome ingredients.
If you eat this way, your health will improve while your weight drops.
Worst pesticides used on food in NZ
Have you ever wondered what pesticides are sprayed on our fruit & veggies and how they affect our health?
Sugar - not so sweet
How much sugar should we eat? How is sugar connected to your health and obesity?
GMO - what's going on in the world
An overview of genetically engineered food - who benefits and which countries allow GMO's.
What's really in a Big Mac?
If you are a fan of McDonald's - you should read this before eating another burger.
Milk - low fat, whole milk or none at all?
Confused about what milk is best for you and your health?
Ways to prevent cancer
Did you know that 1 out of 3 people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime? Here's what you can do to prevent it.
2 main reasons to choose organic
I'm very passionate about the food I buy and eat and always make sure that my family eats healthy and gets the best nutrition possible.
Is eating meat good for us?
I know plenty of people who eat meat every day. Let's take a look at the pro and cons of eating meat.
Snacks & school lunches - good vs. bad
What to give our kids that is both healthy and appealing to our little ones?
Which foods make us fat?
A combination of refined carbs and non-essential fats has an extremely powerful effect ...
Which seafood is safe to eat?
Due to overfishing, pollution and destruction of habitats our seafood supply is in decline.
Too much sugar is bad for us – no matter what type of sweetener we use. Find out more about the different types of sweeteners.
8 weeks to weight loss & better health ebook
This book gives you everything you need to start living a healthy lifestyle and shed some weight on the way.
Food additives to avoid
Food additives are substances that are added to food to make them taste better, look better and keep them fresh for longer.
Phthalates - what are they?
We can't see them, we can't smell them and we can't taste them - but phthalates are everywhere. A report by Massey University showed ...