A Health Coach has to get certified. Duke University has a program.
Some nutritionists like Stefanie Sacks charge close to a thousand dollars for their services.
My health coach cost $395 for one one-hour intake plus two follow-up sessions.
You talk via telephone.
It’s been close to two weeks since I changed my breakfast food.
Scrambling culinary sunshine in the form of 2 or 3 eggs with colorful diced pepper and sliced mushroom (all organic, by the way) has brightened my mood.
Seeing the fiesta of color on my plate in the morning cheers me.
I say: nix having white food and beige food. It has little nutritional value. And it can depress you looking at it.
The change was immediate as soon as I started having eggs and veggies for breakfast.
It takes longer to cook, eat, and clean up. I’m going to cut up the peppers on Sunday night and store them with the mushrooms in a tiffin.
You can buy a 3-tray tiffin on Amazon. If I remember it cost about $35 to buy two of the tiffins. I’m going to buy another one soon to use.
The health coach vetted that it’s okay to have 2 eggs every day for breakfast. 3 if you’re hungrier.
This sure beats boxed cereal. It beats having the granola.
Next Friday I’ll share the shake recipe the health coach gave me.