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Your Food Story

I know how important it is for you to eat food that tastes great and is nourishing. That food should deliver energy, delight, vigor, and well-being. I know because I can relate.

We have no choice but to eat food to stay physically alive; however, we can choose if we want our food to also serve up pleasure, joy, satisfaction, and peace. Your food experiences – traditions, culture, preferences, and dislikes – along with new awareness, will guide when you have to make food choices.

You might be saying...

  • I don’t think I have any food issues but sometimes I get cravings!
  • It would be great to find out what foods are best for me and my body.
  • The thought of another diet sickens me. I am tired of feeling deprived.
  • Please tell me I can still eat treats!
  • Honoring my heritage, observing tradition, and passing down legacy are important to me.
  • Eating food brings up draining emotions like fear and pain. I so want to move past them.
  • I would like to learn how to put food together that nourishes.
  • To be honest, I find eating food boring. It’s such a chore.

While having a few sleepless nights, some cravings and periodic low mood may seem harmless for the most part, stringing together weeks of these times can cause health problems. Do you have any harmful eating patterns or food triggers? Learning about these themes now can help to offset serious health consequences in the future.

I didn’t always enjoy food. Even though I grew up eating lots of wholesome food, over time I found it a burden to eat; I felt it an overwhelming task resulting in tension, lack of energy, negativity and other unlovely behaviors. Eating was just a job to get over with. You could say I was actually afraid of food!

YFS last night in the kitchen


Food is not the enemy

When I discovered that why I was eating and how I was eating was affecting my health, I chose to change my relationship with food. Now I recognize the importance of being mindful and accepting the beauty of food with its life-giving properties. I know it is available to nourish me, and that it is my friend, not my foe.

Why the Your Food Story program?

some-fav-recipes-from-100-mile-summer-2015Your food stories hold tremendous value. You can learn to unlock those experiences and bolster your wellbeing. You hold the keys: discover what you already know along and combine it with new information to radically improve your health.

There are a lot of nutrition programs on the market, but for the most part they only focus on what you should eat. I firmly believe that you are MORE THAN what you eat. Your food story includes why you eat, where you eat, how you eat, when you eat (and with whom), and what you eat. Your overarching food story is a mashup of them all. All aspects of your food story impact your health and how your body uses your food.

This program is for you because

You want to:

  • Leverage what you know
  • Activate what you will learn
  • Celebrate food

You are looking for:

  • Guidance
  • Accountability
  • Knowledge

You are:

  • Curious to discover
  • Open to change
  • A food shopper / influencer / decision-maker

You recognize the importance of a healthy body!

You will learn:

  • How your stories about food can be nourishing
  • Eating patterns that impact health
  • Tools to salute heritage and strengthen legacy
  • Why eating is more than just what you put into your mouth
  • Practices to create a new food timeline
  • What your best food is

You can enrich your food story and be in control of how you author it!

Your Food Story program leads you through a step-by-step process:

Module 1 – Introduction

This first module introduces you to food challenges, willpower drains, the importance of you as the hero in your story, and change behavior techniques. You will also receive preparation tools and tips on how to get the most from the program.

Module 2 – Why do you eat?

In this module, you will learn reasons why we eat, how different senses impact food choices, the difference between cravings and habits, and the eating process to avoid over-eating.

Module 3 – How do you eat?

This module will reveal how emotions impact food intake and health, solutions to increase nourishment, and mindful eating practices.

Module 4 – When do you eat?

In this module, you will learn about eating intervals that help or hinder weight management, best eating patterns, and strategies to boost energy.

Module 5 – Where do you eat, and with whom?

The focus in this module is why location is so important to your health, how people impact your food choices and common ways to enhance your food experience.

Module 6 – What do you eat?

This module covers how to stock your pantry, impacts of seasonal and local eating, label language, and meal preparation methods. What you choose to eat is based on foods that are best, for you!

Module 7 – Putting it all together

This last module will shine the spotlight on a P.L.A.N., your notable takeaways, and a recap of food story themes so that you can be equipped for life.

The 8-week program includes:

  • 7 modules
  • Program guide: information, tips, sheets, exercises
  • 4 individual consultations
  • Recipes
  • Unlimited email support
  • Your own private FB group

Wipe away anxiety, embarrassment, guilt, and confusion and welcome peace, dignity, respect, and clarity written in the new chapters of your food storybook!