We cannot underestimate the power that food exerts over our well-being. However, eating well in our culture can feel like a part-time job. Our decisions are too often influenced by fad diets, the temptation of the latest “superfood,” or simply a lack of time. People struggle to make lasting changes. And the constant barrage of conflicting nutrition information can leave your head spinning. Our Nutritional Counselor, Erin Sekulich, understands all of this, and is here to help you! Behavioral change is hard work, and you need a powerful ally along the road to wellness. Erin provides an empathetic ear and sound advice. She will work with you to set realistic goals and find practical ways to achieve them.
The food you eat can be the safest and most powerful form of medicine, or the slowest form of poison.
—Ann Wigmore, Nutritionist, Whole Foods Advocate, and Author
What can I expect from Nutritional Counseling?
Your first session with Erin will involve a thorough analysis to get a picture of your nutritional health today. The two of you will discuss your diet history and current lifestyle to create a plan for your work moving forward. Then, you and Erin will establish weekly, monthly, and even yearly goals to keep you accountable and on track. Ongoing sessions involve education, support, and problem-solving to help you meet your goals.
Erin doesn’t promote one type of diet. Everyone’s biochemistry is different! But she does believe strongly in moderation, whole foods, and a solid nutritional foundation that nourishes your body and your mind. Erin works with every client individually to find a way of eating that works in the long-term.
Remember: Education + Support + Accountability = Empowerment and Success!
Who would benefit from Nutritional Counseling?
Since nutrition is one of the cornerstones of health, many conditions benefit from addressing the diet. Erin’s successful clients have had such issues as:
- Food allergies and intolerances;
- Digestive health issues, including IBS and IBD;
- Inflammatory conditions; and
Other areas of interest include:
- Sports nutrition;
- Childhood nutrition; and
- Women’s health, including pregnancy and menopause.