My philosophy is quite simple: don’t eat or drink too much junk, move your body and care for your mind.
I help people find their identity in a whole-foods based diet and promote an 80-20 rule of
thumb. 80% of the time you should be making decisions you know to be healthy and in
line with your goals. The remaining 20% is classified as mental health time and helps
people stay on the straight and narrow with what they want to accomplish. Everyone’s
got a 20%; mine consists of wine and the loaded burrito at the Mexican restaurant down
the street. I am not one-directional in my dietary prescriptions and I will not sentence
you to a life of celery and lemon water. I do not believe that one way of eating is best
for everyone. Whether you identify with paleo, vegetarian, If It Fits Your Macros
(IIFYM), or don’t know what the heck a macro is, I can help.