Health Coaching Hints.

Weekly hints from our nationally certified Health Coach Erika Zink on how to make healthy habit changes.

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Your Foundational Health Coaching Package gives you:

Focused health goals

A plan directed at improving two or more health conditions through targeted coaching and goals.

A change partner

Private one-on-one coaching sessions that are held either in-person or over the telephone.

Flexible scheduling

A coaching timetable that is flexible to your schedule with a frequency that works for you.

Increased self-awareness

Through personality assessment, values exploration, and other tools you and your coach will determine what really matters to you.

Accountability

The support you need to maintain and achieve your self-defined goals related to sleep, relaxation, movement, nutrition, stress, and relationships.

An open line of communication

Secure between session messaging via chart.

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Eating Healthy Made Simple

Easy Meal Planning

Making the transition to eating more whole foods can seem daunting since it requires spending more time in the kitchen. For many, this is a huge barrier to reducing or eliminating highly processed and fast foods from our lives.

Today I will share with you three methods you can use to reduce this barrier and make the transition to eating whole, minimally processed foods easy.

#1 - LEFTOVERS ARE YOUR FRIEND

One of the easiest ways to reduce the amount of time you spend in the kitchen is to make leftovers every time you cook. This could mean you will need to at least double any recipe you make depending on how many people you will be cooking for and how many meals you’ll want to cover with the extra food. 

Leftovers work great for lunch the next day or even a quick dinner when you know you won’t have time to cook or you're tired after a long day and don’t feel like cooking.

#2 - MIX AND MATCH WITH A SINGLE PROTEIN

Craving a bit more variety throughout the week. A simple way to do this is cook up a large amount of one or two proteins and then mix and match them over the week. You could pick your favorite poultry, some grass-fed ground beef, or even a selection of beans or legumes. 

The idea here is to have them ready to eat or re-heat for multiple meals throughout the week. Be sure to pair with a variety of vegetables and don’t be afraid to mix up the flavors.

An example I enjoy is to make a large batch of taco meat and use it in a scramble for breakfast, on a salad for lunch, and then as tacos for dinner. 

#3 - DEDICATED PREP TIME

You may find that it’s easier to dedicate an afternoon once a week to pre-make all your meals. This can be very effective in bringing the ease of grab-and-go to the week, especially for those of us with busy schedules. 

Make it fun by getting the whole family involved or make it a party with friends. While the latter may need to be virtual for the foreseeable future, you can still share in the cost of groceries and create variety throughout your week by making and sharing meals with each other.




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