One of the things we are most proud of at Good EATS is our diet coaching component. We really wanted to design this program to be results-oriented and we felt that one of the best ways to do that was to provide a nutritional coaching element to help our clients succeed.
What You Can Expect
- Weekly interaction with Nutrition Coach
- 30-60-90 Day consultations and check ups
- Access to Nutrition Coach during business hours
How Diet Coaching Works
Traditional meals plans often fail to produce the results that were intended partly because there is no accountability. In these traditional meal plans, food is simply sent out to customers but there is no coaching element to help you on your path to nutritional health.
With Good EATS you have the added benefit of having your very own nutrition and diet coach, someone who you can talk to every week, ask about food preparation, caloric intake, dieting, weight loss, weight gain, gender specifics, age specifics and more! You nutrition and diet coach is your partner whose number one goal is to help you get healthier and fitter than ever before.
How Coaching Works For You
Isn’t your goal to be whole, healthy and fit? Us too! The thing is, most people just don’t know how to get there.
The common American diet often makes us sick, contributes to stress, deflates our energy and makes us less fit than we really want to be. Combine that with our on-the-go lifestyles and it is no wonder we have little to no time to make real, lasting change in our lives.
With Good EATS You Can Change
The combination of healthy, nutritious meals and a nutrition coach can be the change that you need. Simply put, the coaching and meal planning element is designed to help you achieve your full wellness potential using a proven approach to nutrition.
There is No One Size Fits All
However, your nutrition coach will help you to understand the foods and lifestyle changes you need that will help you succeed. This approach combines the science of nutrition (an understanding of how food affects the body from a biochemical perspective) as well as physical fitness to help clients achieve optimal health.
Although the program is not designed to replace the supervision or advice of medical professionals, it is not uncommon to see the implementation of it to relieve health and diet related conditions such as obesity, loss of energy, insomnia, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.
Start the Good EATS meal plan today and let us know about your health and lifestyle goals. We look forward to working with you to make your physical and health goals a reality.
…at Good EATS all of our meals are designed to be nutritionally sound and healthy. Still, making good eating decisions is not always as simple as looking at a menu and choosing breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacking items. There is no one-size-fits-all diet and this means that individual meal planning comes down to individual factors such as gender, goals, lifestyle, genetics, age and physical fitness.
Who is Diet Coaching Designed For?
In short, EVERYONE:
- Men and women between 18 and 85 years old.
- Those who have questions about nutrition and personal meal planning.
- Those who want to get fitter, healthier, stronger and get real, lasting results.
- Those who are ready to make lasting changes in their lives.
What Types of People Benefit From The Good EATS Program?
People enjoy meal and nutritional coaching for a number of different reasons:
- They seek knowledge.
- They haven’t been successful at achieving results.
- They are unsure what systems work.
- They are afraid to make mistakes and worsen their condition.
- They just want to do what’s right.
- They are inexperienced with healthy lifestyle choices.
Maybe one of the above describes the way you have felt about making real lifestyle changes. Many people claim more than one of the above reasons has influenced their decision-making process. Regardless of the reasons you want to change or live better do not matter, your coach’s number one priority is to partner with you to help you achieve results in a non-judgmental, purely objective way.
It should go without saying that you are able to follow the advice of the nutrition coach or use their input as more of a guide. Either way, your results will likely reflect the direction you choose. If you do choose to utilize the nutrition coach to help you achieve your goals there are a few things you should consider when using their advice to determine the specific foods you should eat.
- Decide on your goals: Are you looking to lose weight, gain weight, or add or remove certain foods from your diet? This should be fairly obvious to you and if it isn’t you can ask your nutrition coach what they think based on your goals and lifestyle habits.
- Estimate how much you should eat: One of the most important, if not the most important, factor when trying to gain or lose weight is caloric intake. While all the foods within the Good EATS program are technically designed to be healthy options, it doesn’t mean that each meal will fit into your dietary goals for weight gain or loss. Your nutrition coach will help you determine the right amount of proteins, carbs and fats (macronutrient distribution) that play an essential role in nutritional health and well-being.
- Consider your physical activity: Exercise is one of the most important aspects of controlling your weight and contributing to your overall health. We will always encourage proper eating along with an active lifestyle and the combination of these elements will also contribute to the food choices a coach may recommend.
You need a partner. We’re here for you. Good EATS.