Nutritional Coaching

“You have to get healthy to lose weight NOT lose weight to get healthy” – Diane Schwarbein

Kate believes the above statement is the primary problem for most people trying to lose weight. Kate’s experience demonstrates most people are living in a hypo-metabolic state and don’t even know it.  Instead, they refer to their slow metabolism as a result of “aging” unaware they can fix it.

Yes, age can play a factor in a slowing metabolism but Kate believes this is NOT the main reason your metabolism has all but stopped. Your lifestyle choices are 100% linked to the health of your metabolism.

Here is a list of a few things that can negatively effect your metabolism:

  • Dieting rollercoaster
  • Under- or over-exercising
  • Eating anti-thyroid foods
  • Avoiding pro-thyroid foods
  • Eating too much or too little
  • Eating processed vs. whole real food
  • Nutrient-deficient meals
  • Skipping meals
  • Stress
  • Poor sleep
  • Overall unhappiness 

Kate’s approach to metabolic healing is completely outside the box from what is recommended by most clinical nutritionist and Registered dietitians and even the majority of medical professionals. Utilizing the research of Dr. Ray Peat, Dr. Broda Barnes, Dr. Han Seyle, Dr. Constance Martin and many others, Kate educates you on the nutrients and lifestyle choices that support your body’s physiology. Kate helps you understand, on a deeper level, why your current “diet” or lifestyle choices may be hurting you more than helping you.   Once you have a better understanding of what your body really needs; including the right sugars, proteins and fat, self love, patience and commitment you can start your journey to renewed health, more energy, less weight and a happier life.

Metabolic Disorders attributed to poor cell function:

Metabolism starts at a cell level; this is where your body converts fuel (food) to energy. If you have poor cellular function you will produce less energy, which leads not only to a slower metabolism but also dysfunction within the body.

The following dysfunctions result when the body’s malfunction on a cellular level.  

  • Over- or underweight
  • Diabetes
  • Feeling constantly cold
  • Insulin resistance
  • Hypoglycemia
  • Skin disorders
  • Arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • High cholesterol
  • Hypo- or hyperthyroid
  • Hashimoto’s Disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Colitis
  • Celiac Disease
  • Anemia
  • Cancer
  • Heart Disease
  • Aging
  • Osteoporosis
  • Hormonal issues And the list continues…

All of the above issues are a result of some malfunction on a cell level.  Proper nutrition and lifestyle choices can support healing of the body and improve/eliminate many the above conditions.

Kate’s educational program is designed to help you heal your body so that YOUR BODY can help heal YOU from your current disorders. Once your body begins to heal on a cell level, your metabolism increases, your body temperature increases, you feel more energized, you lose weight without starving yourself or working out for endless hours, you sleep better, and you feel happier.

If you are interested in finding out how to heal your own metabolism and body—Please contact Kate at Kate@Katedfitness.com

Nutritional Coaching Plans: $197 This includes a review of your current health issues, goals, and a *one-hour coaching call to help you get on the right track.

 

90-Day Nutritional Coaching Plan:   $597

This includes a review of your current health issues and goals.  You will receive specific guidelines based on YOUR health and current diet on how to heal, recipes, meal ideas, optimal food list, foods to avoid, weekly food log reviews, weekly emails, an initial one hour coaching call, and three, 45-minute follow up calls with Kate.




180-Day Nutritional Coaching Plan  $997 This includes a review of your current health issues and goals.  You will receive specific guidelines based on YOUR health and current diet on how to heal, recipes, meal ideas, optimal food list, foods to avoid, weekly food log reviews, weekly emails, an initial -one hour coaching call, and six, 45 min. follow up calls with Kate. (The 180-day coaching plan is the most successful plan. Metabolic healing takes time, anywhere from 3 months to a few years.  Everyone is different.  The more damaged your metabolism is, the more time we will need to heal it.




*Each additional one-on-one coaching call is  $150/hr.

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"If a diet is barely adequate in the essential minerals, increasing the metabolic rate, or decreasing intestinal absorption of minerals, will produce mineral deficiencies and metabolic problems." -RP

I think this is a very important quote, for 5 many reasons.

1. When you increase your body's need for more energy you also increase your body's need for nutrition. This is why HIGH nutrient rich foods like milk, orange juice, oysters, liver, cooked vegetables, fruits, bone broth, eggs and even coffee and chocolate are recommended in a metabolically supportive diet. They are full of usable nutrients without putting too much stress on the gut to break them down.

2. Sugar, although a metabolic stimulant, will produce nutritional deficiencies if consumed with out nutrients. This is why lots of white sugar, with out a strong nutritional foundation is never recommended and can produce illness and disease--yet, we must remember it's not because of sugar, its because the body lacks adequate nutrition.

3. Gut health is vital for a healthy body. If you have lots of food allergies, do not tolerate dairy, have gut bloating, IBS, Celiac, Crohns, Colitis, etc. etc. I'd suggest work on your gut health as a start of your healing process. Bone broth, gelatin, consuming easy to digest sugars, coconut oil, the raw carrot, eating slow and small frequent meals should be apart of your day.

4. Suppressing metabolic rate can give the illusion that you have healed your issues because it decreases the need for nutrition and suppress your immune responses (pain, inflammation, increasing cholesterol). Consuming foods that suppress metabolic rate (polyunsaturated fats and foods that contain PUFA's--nuts, seeds, soy, etc) have been shown to decrease many symptoms--by slowing metabolism and suppressing immune response.

5. Be careful when adding metabolic supplements like thyroid, progesterone, aspirin, caffeine, and pregnenolone into your health program. Make sure your diet is nutritionally supportive. Anything that increases metabolism will increase nutritional needs. If the diet is poor and you add in supplements, you may cause more harm than good.
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