What level of commitment is expected?

The truth is that you get out what you put in. We’re all human and understand that changing nutrition and lifestyle habits can be challenging. Our role isn’t to judge but is to support you through these changes with positive encouragement.

We also understand that goals need to be realistic – we’re not going to ask you to exercise five times a week when you’ve not engaged in exercise for years! But we’re going to be very honest with you and say that some – and often quite significant – change is definitely going to be required and expected.

If a commitment to a basic level of change is beyond you for any reason right now, that’s no problem, but our services are likely to be not the right fit for you at this time.

For example, if you have been suffering with a chronic inflammatory condition, then we are likely going to request that you avoid foods that may be associated with increased inflammation such as dairy or gluten-containing grains.

These are potentially challenging changes to make so we will help you through this and provide other food/drink options that fit your preferences and lifestyle. However, if you, for example, are suffering with Inflammatory Bowel Disease and you don’t wish to try a gluten elimination (for example), then we’ll be very honest with you and say our approach is likely not the right fit for you at this time.