Nutritional Coaching

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

I believes the above statement is the primary problem for most people trying to lose weight. My 24 years of experience demonstrates that 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 I believe 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 
  • Negative though patterns
  • Lack of sun
  • Unhealthy living situations
  • Your beliefs about yourself and the world around you
  • Poor air quality
  • EMF’s
  • Mold and other environmental toxins
  • Botox, fillers and breast implants
  • Alcohol, drugs and prescription drugs

My 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, I educate you on the nutrients and lifestyle choices that support your body’s physiology.  I will help 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
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Almost ALL autoimmune issues
  • Neuropathy and nervous system disorders
  • 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.

My 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 cellular 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 MORE about how to you can heal your own metabolism and body—Please contact Kate at Kate@Katedfitness.com or through FB messenger via Kate Deering Fitness.  

If you are ready to get started, pick a program below.  If you have more questions, please contact me and we will set up a FREE 15 minute call to discuss your individual needs and goals.

My question to you is, what are you waiting for?  What is more important than your health and happiness?

Nutritional Coaching Plans: $227.00* This includes a review of your current health issues, goals, and a one-hour coaching call to help you get on the right track.





*This program can be renewed on a month to month basis for $227.00 month.

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90-Day Nutritional Coaching Plan:   $647.00* 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, 45-60 minute follow up calls with me.  This program can be paid in two monthly installments of $350.00 each. Please notify me if you would prefer to pay monthly.





*This program can be renewed on a month to month basis for $175.00 month.

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180-Day Nutritional Coaching Plan  $1047.00*  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, 45-60 min. follow up calls with me. *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.  This program can be paid in three monthly installments of $375.00 each. Please notify if you would prefer to pay monthly.





*This program can be renewed on a month to month basis for $150.00 month.

**All Coaching programs expire 12 months from date of purchase.

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Kate Deering Fitness

Getting healthy is not just about exercising or eating a particular type of diet, it's about creating habits that support a heathy lifestyle. If your current lifestyle has created metabolic symptoms, illness or disease, then getting out of disease and creating health will be not only about food and movement, but it will be about creating a life that supports your body to heal.

Here is an example of what I'm talking about...

A (hypothetical) person comes to me, who has a LONG list of metabolic symptoms. This client works 60 hours/week, travels weekly, eats out almost every day--sometimes 2-3x a day, stays up late watching TV or surfing the internet--thus, their sleep suffers, enjoys a glass or two of wine EVERY night, doesn't like to shop or cook and loves being social.

All the above behaviors have contributed to the poor health of this individual. Thus, for this person to regain back their health, besides diet and exercise, significant behavior/lifestyle changes will have to occur. You have to create TIME and SPACE to get better. Which means changing the way you live your life.

If your current choices/behaviors in life have made you sick, tired, overweight, and/or unhappy then you need to take an honest look, at your entire life and decide what you can/will change to help get you back on track. Eating metabolically supportive diet is a step in right direction, but if you are unwilling to change your unhealthy lifestyle behaviors, then you are only going to get so far...

Basically, if your life is a shit storm of stress, be prepared to make some significant life changes to regain your health, happiness, and sanity back.

These may include:
1. Working less/changing jobs
2. Getting out of an unhealthy relationship
3. Asking for help
4. Turning your TV/internet off at 8PM and reading prior to bed.
5. Removing or reducing alcohol
6. Food shopping, food prepping and cooking
7. Making time for exercise
8. Making time for YOU. Meditation, deep breathing, etc.
9. Getting some sun
10. Going out less
11. Slowing down
12. Eating metabolic foods

As you can see, there is FAR more to getting healthy than just the foods. Eating a supportive diet is VERY important.
But, equally, if not more, important are the BIG life change AND the daily practices/disciplines that contribute to shifting your health.
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