What We Offer
Nutrition and Weight Loss Programs
Healthy nutrition does not come from a long list of do’s and don’ts, from buying “magic” meals, or from drinking special shakes. Instead, the Healthy Me Project believes healthy nutrition comes from awareness and the practice of purpose. We work with each person to define their purpose, have them say what they want, help them create an action plan and then, most importantly, define how they will hold themselves accountable. We provide the framework to teach them the difference between a healthy choice and an unhealthy choice, then stand back and support the process. Changing nutrition is a practice of perseverance and forgiveness.
The Healthy Me Project was created by a community of people dedicated to making healthy choices part of their daily lives. As a community, we believe the “secret” behind fitness is to move your body EVERY day. We practice making choices that keep us feeling good about how we are able to move, how we feel in our clothes, how we feel when we do our everyday activities like tying our shoes, taking the stairs, helping friends and family, and getting out of bed each morning. We believe fitness is not about physique. Rather, fitness is about feeling strong in your body, being independent in physical activities, and enjoying a quality of life that allows you the freedom to do all of the things you want to do.
The truth is, we live in an unbalanced world. This is especially true when we look at nutrition, fitness and wellness. At any moment, the rules we have created to be healthy can become stifling. Good intentions can easily be dismissed by impulse, and we can be left with feelings of guilt and blame. This pattern keeps us in a place of complacency, of shame, of choosing to do nothing. Doing nothing seems so much easier than failing. At The Healthy Me Project, we believe that health and wellness come through practice. We practice being patient. We practice making healthy choices. And we practice staying focused. With practice, our healthy choices come from a place of balance and keeping our word rather than from a set of rules we are trying to force ourselves to follow.