Food REPAIR: 3-Week Diet Renewal

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Date(s) - 05/24/2020 - 06/07/2020
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A lot of people I’ve spoken to, started their social-distancing journey in March feeling relatively grounded with their eating. Now as time has passed, I’ve been hearing that some eating habits and attitudes toward eating are surfacing that don’t feel particularly great.

“Is this the new normal for me?” you might wonder. “Am I going to keep heading down a direction I feel lousy about and then, come summer, end up really discouraged?”

I’d say the good news is, that a bit of loving course correction can really help mitigate some challenging eating habits and shift them in a direction you feel much better about. If you feel it’s time to get re-inspired about your diet, re-connect with dietary wisdom and nutritional practices that best support your body type, I’m very happy to invite you to Food REPAIR, a 3-week program to help you renew and re-inspire your diet. I’ll be leading you through a step-wise process bridging learning and practice over the course of three weeks. It’s designed to be encouraging, informative, and  fun, too.


You’ll be learning and implementing:


We’ll be working step by step, starting with morning practice and working our way through meals and snacks. I’ll also be weaving in core lessons on the balance of structure and pleasure, and how to find balance with your diet, while making the progress you’d like to make.



Broken down into modules, here’s what we cover:

Module 1:  Re-establishing morning rhythm/routine, learning about and implementing functional food breakfasts, therapeutic and delicious drinks. One case study. Week one assignment.

Module 2: Working on solid lunch & snack principles based on the health and eating concerns that are most important to you (ex. blood sugar, beauty, weight regulation, appetite regulation, meal satisfaction, etc…)  One case study.  Week two assignment.

Module 3:  Working with dinner and evening eating habits & addressing any concerns or appropriate tweaks. One case study. Week three assignment.


Still wondering if this program is a good fit for you?

This program is a good fit if one or more of the following are true:

You haven’t been feeling your best physically and know your diet could help you feel better
You don’t like the direction eating has been going
You feel a sense of relief at the thought of re-establishing some helpful eating habits and some structure
You enjoy learning about diet & nutrition and a bit about the psychology of eating
You like the idea of being part of group of people journeying together


I trust that most people will know if this program will feel supportive and is the right time.  The easiest barometer is checking in, imagining you’re about to start learning together later in the month, and see if you feel encouraged and hopeful or if you feels stressed out. (Of course, encouraged and hopeful is what we’re going for. Stressed out, and this may not be the right timing)


If you’d like to join me, here are the other details you’re probably wondering about:


How do I attend?  What’s the format?

I’ll be leading the series through a private Facebook group where you’ll find the week’s video lesson each week along with discussion prompts, a Q & A section, and a resources section.  Facebook has a Group Learning function in their groups now that allows me to break things down into learning units.  It’s pretty user-friendly.

What’s the cost?

The 3-week program is $45.  (simple math: $15/week) You have a core lesson/teaching each week and space to ask questions as we move along together.

Once I enroll, then what?

Once you register, I’ll send you an email connecting you with the private Facebook group to join.  You’ll find a welcome section right away and your first lesson will go live on Sunday morning on May 24th.


I think those are the details!  If you have any further question, you can reach me here.

If you know this will be good for you and you’d like to join me, you can register below.  I know it’s an unreal time, my friends.  Caring for our physical well-being is one way we can focus on something within our scope of power.  I’m looking forward to the time together.