“My aim is to redefine the concept of well-being by starting from its roots. Being aware of the present, of the impact of our own decisions regarding the mind and body and reaching our full potential is the natural base of all things good.
More than 10 years ago I realized that our nutritional behavior influences not only the way we look on the outside, but also our social presence, attitude towards personal goals and, ultimately, success.
Success is so hard to define; nevertheless it depends mostly on personal mastery. This is what I want to teach you and all of those who need a sustainable plan for their personal growth."
Nutritional Psychology and Mindful Eating
Mindful eating is not a new concept, but it’s certainly not enough explored. While everyone worries WHAT they eat and how much they eat, mindful eating tells us that we should in fact pay attention to HOW we eat. Read on to find out more about this Buddhist “anti-diet” practice and learn how you can insert it into your daily lifestyle.
When starting a diet or just trying to eat better, everybody worries about the way they mix foods or the size of their portions. A rather new school of thought – supporting mindful eating – teaches us that what really matters is our ATTITUDE towards food.
The moment when you start eating, what you do (or don’t do) while enjoying your meal or who joins you are factors that can influence your relation with food and, taking it a step further, your weight and overall well-being.
You can practice mindful eating at home or by scheduling an appointment for one of my programs.
The programs that I have designed are combining the best of mind -body coaching, important high lights from clinical nutrition, with the cognitive wisdom of the most compelling psychological approach.
It is an innovative and life changing, positive, program that works!