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The most important thing Megan made me realize is that I am worthy. That I need to take care of myself first and foremost. She helped me understand that it is not all about the food when it comes to weight loss. That you must tackle the deeper issues. That things such as self-love, stress and sleep need to be addressed first.
Megan was very insightful, inquisitive in seeking the reason I was looking to make long termchanges. She assisted me on how to make small changes and working on towardsmaintaining those changes/goals. She continually provided positive reinforcement andencouragement throughout the process. Megan assisted me at looking at the root issue of why I was mindlessly snacking in the evening. She helped me establish goals and think outside the box as I created /maintained long termhabits. She also reminded me that it’s ok to have a little of something vs. nothing at all. Her recipes are to die for and I never would have tried them if I had read her blog or suggested byher.
Megan challenged me to do one thing outside my comfort zone, that one thing became two things, making it easier to make lifestyle changes. Megan is highly knowledgeable and a creative thinker. She has a wealth of knowledge in different aspects of health coaching both mental and physical. She drew from an array of experiences that made understanding examples, making understanding her insight clear. I think Megan is very personable, which as a coach makes her easier to talk to and relatable, she has been in your shoes, she understands your feelings.
Reinforcing what I need to do, but in such a way as to be uplifting. Seriously, Megan's positive, you-can-do this attitude was inspiring. Her small tips/suggestions were easy for me to fit into my life, without any major that would be intimidating or scary.
Megan is a nutrition practitioner, freelance food photographer who writes for several websites, a published author of Ditch The Diet, and fitness instructor living in Phoenix, Arizona. In 2010, she lost 80 pounds walking and eating healthy, which included a cookie a day! In 2014, she battled unexplained medical problems and injuries that motivated her to pursue a second degree in nutrition to help herself and others. Now she counsels women to lose weight and eat healthy by defining achievable goals for them to love their body inside and out.
On her blog, Skinny Fitalicious, she shares healthy, gluten free recipes, weight loss tips & her personal health trials. As a nutrition practitioner, she works with others to take control of their health and lose weight while discovering their self-worth.