DITCH THE DIET and reclaim your energy, confidence & health without giving up the foods you love with A Guide to Gentle Nutrition.
There are so many 'rules' out there when it comes to nutrition. Everywhere you look, people are telling you to stop eating this or start eating that...
Certified Nutrition Coach Michelle Yandle believes there should be one rule only - to start from a place of gratitude and self respect. A Guide to Gentle Nutrition shows you how to tune into what your body really needs and to think about the foods that make you feel the best physically AND mentally.
Includes recipes plus food and self-care diary.
Have you ever asked your body what it actually wants?
Have you even asked it if it’s hungry or questioning what it really needs?
Our bodies are clever entities – they know what they need for energy, for endurance and overall performance. If you take the time to listen to your body’s hunger rather than your head you’ll find it has a lot of great suggestions.
Have you ever eaten fresh seasonal fruits or vegetables and felt bloated and lethargic? Have you ever had some fresh salmon or other fatty fish and wish you hadn’t? Assuming of course, you didn’t eat too much! Did that homemade muesli with coconut yogurt make you want to take a nap? Probably not.
Find out how to tune into your body with A Guide to Gentle Nutrition by Michelle Yandle and learn the nutrition advice that comes from a place of self love and gratitude and nourishes you from the inside out. With tips and tricks to get more of the good stuff this book will help guide you on your own health journey.
About the Author:
Nutrition Coach. Healthy Food Ambassador. Teacher. Author. Cat Lover. Recovered Yo-Yo Dieter.
A certified Health and Nutrition Coach, Michelle Yandle is also an international speaker with IISB, successful entrepreneur, Empowered Eating(TM) coach and two-time author with a focus on traditional diets for health, and nutrition coaching for Empowered Eating(TM). Originally from Canada, Michelle received her bachelor degree at Dalhousie University, Halifax while later achieving a graduate degree in education at the University of Maine at Fort Kent. She then furthered her education with a graduate certificate through the school of Holistic Performance Nutrition and certificates in health and nutrition coaching from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and Cadence Health in New Zealand. Michelle's health advice has featured in such magazines as Nadia Magazine and Healthy Food Guide. She has been a guest blogger at AwesoME Inc(R) - where this series on Gentle Nutrition was first published, as well as Ecostore, Elephant Journal, NZ Woman and more. She has also been a guest on The Hitz Radio and The AM Show, a regular feature in local and national newspapers and is an author and National Ambassador for Nuzest New Zealand.
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