As a busy woman, learning how to plan your meals in advance is key to fueling your body creativity and mind while you're out growing your career or business. You are what you eat.
As a “Strong Black” woman you have been taught that being strong on a consistent basis is a good thing. In more ways than one is this cultural norm leading to poor health outcomes for Black women including increases in mental, physical and emotional burnout. Learning how to take time for self-care shows the world that your health and well-being matter too.
You are what you eat. To reach a healthier weight, prevent chronic diseases and improve your overall health it is important to pay close attention to what you eat. We understand healthy eating can be a challenge, that’s why we’re empowering you with nutrition tips to help you make better food choices.
Reaching optimal levels of health and sustainable weight loss requires learning how to make a shift in your mindset and have an understanding of how you change your mind about how you see food and healthy living. Learning the different stages of how you make healthy behavior changes is key to long-term and sustainable health outcomes.