None, really. You see, we’re nutritional agnostics. (Open to evaluating anything and everything that could work. Willing to test new methods, even if they fly in the face of current beliefs or practices. And express the humility to sometimes be wrong, even if you really like being right.) While meal-plan approaches require you to choose between vegan, Paleo, Mediterranean, or other “labeled” diets, habit-based approaches don’t force this choice.
This means our progressive systems of habits, lessons, and assignments can work equally well for vegetarians (who eat no meat) or meatatarians (who eat mostly meat).
Of course, we do believe that a healthy diet generally consists of:
whole, minimally processed foods;
lots of plants;
enough protein to meet your needs;
a healthy mix of different fats;
plenty of water; and
carbohydrates based on activity levels.
Through lessons, assignments, and daily habits:
We help clients find the right mix of all these foods for their goals, lifestyle, and preferences.
We show them how to make meals suitable for them.
And we help them stay consistent.
However, we go much deeper than just the food. We also dig into:
Food behaviors (food timing, meal frequency, meal speed, and food amount).
Food attitudes (food views, restriction vs. abundance, disordered thinking).
Stress management (in general, how it relates to food).
Rest, recovery, and sleep (in general, how they relate to food).
Outlook (confidence, resiliency, mastery, and growth mindset).