7 Resources For Your Journey Toward Healthier Eating
Even if you've developed a newfound dedication to getting in shape, it can be difficult to figure out what you should be eating, especially if you're used to yo-yo dieting and have a difficult relationship with food. These resources work to identify food triggers and eliminate the kind of self-doubt that can sabotage your plans for a healthier you, putting you on the right track toward being not just thin, but healthy. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.
7 Resources for Nutrition and Diet Advice
|Stefanie Sacks||What the Fork Are You Eating?: An Action Plan for Your Pantry and Plate|
|Good Witch Kitchen||Nutrition coaching, workshops, cooking classes, and The Guide To Deprogramming Diet Culture, a free guide for chronic dieters|
|Institute for Integrative Nutrition||The largest nutrition school in the world, offers a health coach training program and online nutrition classes|
|Savorfull||Offers approved snacks free of trans fats and high-fructose corn syrup, organized by dietary restrictions|
|Lyn-Genet Recitas||The Plan: Eliminate the Surprising "Healthy" Foods That Are Making You Fat--and Lose Weight Fast|
|JSHealth by Jessica Sepel||Living the Healthy Life: An 8 week plan for letting go of unhealthy dieting habits and finding a balanced approach to weight loss|
|Alissa Rumsey Nutrition and Wellness||Nutrition coaching, corporate consulting, and free downloads to develop long-term, sustainable behaviors around food and movement|
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5 Choices For Consumers Seeking Healthy Beverage Alternatives
|Essentia||Ionized alkaline water with a commitment to sustainability|
|FitVine||A wide variety of red, white, and sparkling wines|
|Pacific Foods||Milk alternatives made with soy, almond, hemp, cashew, hazelnut, coconut, & oat|
|Raw Elements||Matcha, Chai, and mushroom-based tea and coffee alternatives|
|Elements Truffles||Turmeric and Ashwagandha-infused drinking chocolate|
The JSHealth Story
Eating healthy can be incredibly challenging, and the number of things you need to learn in order to make the necessary lifestyle changes may seem overwhelming. If you don't know where to start, there are countless experts that can point you in the right direction. Here, in no particular order, are some resources that will help you achieve your wellness goals.
First up, at #1, we have Stefanie Sacks, a nationally recognized culinary nutritionist and leading authority on eating to prevent and manage illness. She works with individuals privately in their homes, either in person or virtually. After an extensive assessment, she'll explore your pantry, fridge, and freezer in order to build your personalized program.
Her Cook Therapy retreats give participants the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills to eat healthfully and connect with others in a small, supportive group setting. In 2017, Sacks was inducted into Les Dames D'Escoffier, an international philanthropic organization of women leaders in the field of food, fine beverage, and hospitality.
In 2017, Sacks was inducted into Les Dames D'Escoffier, an international philanthropic organization of women leaders in the field of food, fine beverage, and hospitality.
At #2 is Good Witch Kitchen, a website founded by non-diet nutritionist and speaker Kristen Ciccolini. She provides several services, including private nutrition coaching, where she helps others deal with emotional eating and food anxiety, navigate dietary restrictions, and manage other health issues. Ciccolini also offers tailored corporate wellness programs that prioritize accessibility, inclusivity, and employee well-being.
As an official certified instructor of the Academy of Culinary Nutrition, Ciccolini also teaches cooking classes on a variety of nutrition and lifestyle topics, including how to cook for certain health conditions. Her classes are also available for one-on-one private instruction in your home and personalized to your dietary concerns and preferences.
Next up, at #3, is the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Founded in 1992 by Joshua Rosenthal, it is an online learning platform based in New York City. The institute's Health Coach Training Program provides students with comprehensive nutrition, coaching skills, and business development training that will allow you to transform your passion for health and wellness into a career.
Founded in 1992 by Joshua Rosenthal, it is an online learning platform based in New York City.
Its curriculum covers a variety of subjects in nutrition science, and students will have the opportunity to explore more complex health subjects, such as gut health and the human microbiome, digestive issues, and the elimination diet. Students will also have round-the-clock access to various learning resources, including dietary theory and business tool libraries.
Next, at #4, is Savorfull, a technology-based platform that aims to help companies, organizations, and consumers discover accessible and healthy free-from snacks. It was created by Stacy Goldberg, who has over 20 years of experience as a nutrition consultant and has been named the official health and wellness consultant for the National Basketball Coaches Association.
Savorfull's online marketplace features a wide variety of vendors whose snacks are free from high fructose corn syrup and anything artificial. CEO Stacy Goldberg is also available for virtual or onsite nutrition consulting for businesses, organizations, and sports teams nationwide, and she'll customize packages based on her clients' needs.
CEO Stacy Goldberg is also available for virtual or onsite nutrition consulting for businesses, organizations, and sports teams nationwide, and she'll customize packages based on her clients' needs.
At #5 is The Plan, a book and 20-day weight-loss program that helps you discover the right food for your body. Written by Lyn-Genet Recitas, it features detailed meal plans, recipes, and personalized advice to help others identify their hidden trigger foods that are causing weight gain, inflammation, and health problems, such as constipation and depression.
Its official website offers various membership plans, all of which include access to a private Facebook group moderated by Lyn-Genet Recitas and her health coaches, where members can share advice and ask questions. Recitas's other book, The Metabolism Plan, aims to teach readers how to create a customized diet and exercise regimen to boost their metabolism and burn more fat.
At #6, the JSHealth Blog by Jessica Sepel contains a plethora of recipes, nutrition and fitness tips, lifestyle guides, and more. Her signature 8-week program is designed to help others reach their natural balanced weight and overcome issues such as emotional or disordered eating. Signing up for the program will grant you access to helpful digital resources, including how-to cooking videos and interactive exercises.
Signing up for the program will grant you access to helpful digital resources, including how-to cooking videos and interactive exercises.
The JSHealth app provides hundreds of balanced and simple recipes, constant access to nutritionists, meal plans, guided meditations, movement videos led by some of Australia's top trainers, and more. It also features an open forum where you can connect with other members from around the world and ask qualified nutritionists health-related questions.
Finally, at #7, we have Alissa Rumsey Nutrition and Wellness. Registered dietitian Alissa Rumsey and her team are dedicated to helping you cultivate a healthy relationship with both food and your body without trying to control your weight. The team's Intuitive Eating Coaching service uses a non-diet approach to wellness that focuses on using your own internal hunger, fullness, and satisfaction cues to guide eating choices.
Rumsey's Intuitive Eating Beginners Guide is an interactive e-book that teaches you how to deal with yo-yo dieting, navigate nutritional claims, and overcome negative thoughts about food and weight. The guide discusses several of the principles of Intuitive Eating, and it contains worksheets, challenges, and other useful resources.