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Wellness Blog | Lauren Stickney, INHC
When seeking out support with nutrition, healthy eating habits, and a healthy lifestyle, you may be wondering if there’s a difference between a Health Coach and a Nutritionist.
According to traditional Chinese Medicine, each food has an energy that can nourish our body or create imbalances that result in sickness. Understanding food energetics helps build a sense of well-being.
You may be familiar with food cravings for physical reasons such as dehydration or going too long in between meals, but did you know that cravings can also stem from emotions? Our relationship with stress and mood can influence our eating habits.
To know if stress and adrenal fatigue is something you need to address, check out the most common symptoms and my healing recommendations below.
Did you know that sugar is added to nearly 75% of processed foods? I call these added sugars “sneaky sugars” because they end up in foods you wouldn’t expect. If you are looking to decrease the amount of sugar you eat, try one of my tips.
Health isn’t just about the food on your plate. It’s about every component of life. A health coach is here to support you.
As an integrative nutrition health coach, I often get asked by women how to balance their hormones naturally. I’ve put together my Top 10 Tips that you can begin to find balance.
Have you ever wondered why certain food makes you feel tired, jittery, or sleepy? Do some foods leave you satisfied for an hour, but shortly leave you searching for another snack? These are examples of how food and mood are connected.