Nutrition & Health
Personalized nutrition coaching from an expert you can trust
Linda Wilcox, RDN, LD
& personalized approach
Personalized nutrition and health coaching can help make nutrition and healthy lifestyle habits simple, manageable, and enjoyable focusing on the things you CAN do to become the healthiest version of yourself.
Starting with your unique health and wellness journey, Linda will provide you with education, real life tools, strategies, and unwavering support to help you make lasting changes and reach your goals.
Linda can help you find a healthy balance between food and life. A balanced approach will focus on nourishing your body without stress over food or diets and will allow you to care for yourself in body, mind, and soul.
Getting Started With Nutrition & Wellness
If you have questions you can set up a free 15 minute consultation call with Linda or use our contact page to schedule your first visit.
Before your Visit
To be well informed of your overall health and wellness you will be asked to complete an initial questionnaire via a secure online portal.
During your first 60-minute coaching session, we'll get to know one another and work together to review your overall health journey, identify your strengths and challenges, address any questions or concerns you may have, and set goals that you are ready to work on. You'll leave the first session with at least one goal to work on until your next session.
Follow-up coaching sessions are an opportunity to review your goals, look into any challenges you are experiencing, and to provide you with education, resources, and tools to build on your strengths and move you towards your goals. This is also an opportunity for you to ask questions and bring up topics you would like to discuss. At the end, new goals will be set for your next session.
Not sure if nutrition coaching is right for you?
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