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Hannah is credentialed with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics as a Nationally recognized Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Hannah knows the key to resolving our national health crisis is to empower individuals to achieve better health from better nutrition. Hannah explains “better nutrition is much simpler than most think, regardless of their resources. Thus, Hannah created an individualized approach to each client. She provides the client with what the client is searching for. She is so passionate about helping others solve and get through issues that might be going on. Hannah wants you to be happy and love yourself.
She has Three Main Philosophies:
1. Practice Body Love
Another way to say it: Be nice to yourself. Eat well and exercise because you love your body and want to take care of it, not because it is what “you should do.” The only way to be successful and stay motivated is to stop judging yourself and be kind. That doesn’t mean you have to just accept the weight and health you have, but it does mean to say nice things to yourself as you work to create change and improvements.
Good News- The more you practice this on yourself the easier it gets.
2. You’re The Boss:
No one magic way to eat exists. Celebrities, Empty Promises Infomercials, Meals that come in Boxes and land on your doorstep, and even research and reputuable gurus contradict each other. You can draw inspiration from all the sources, but tune into what works for YOU! Slow down and listen to what your body is telling you.
3. Some Secrets Leaked…
Focusing on change that is complicated or feels like a drag is a recipe for failure. Do whatever it takes to keep yourself from getting overwhelmed. Far better to keep change simple. Look at everything you do as a “win.” Progress takes that kind of mindset. Above all, start with things you “want to” change, instead of those things you think you should do or “have to.” Something magical happens to people when they are excited about what they are doing.
I am an Expert In:
Individualized eating strategies based on personality, preferences, and lifestyle.
Healthy habit creation and motivation.
Thinking pattern therapy to stop self-sabotage.