As a Nutrition Coach, I will surprise you because we will not talk about diets or calories or whether red meat should be banned from the table.
In my work, how you eat is more important than what you eat.
I often get requests from people who want to go on a diet and lose weight at lightning speed. For professional reasons, I refuse: I prefer not to intervene because going on a diet to lose weight quickly is like putting a Band-Aid on and then taking shower—the Band-Aid won’t stick and neither will a quick-fix weight loss diet.
I am profoundly convinced that when you go slowly, you go far by listening to and respecting the signs your body sends.
It’s true that if you go on a rigid diet, you will lose weight, but at what price and for how long will you be able to maintain the results?
That’s why in my work I find it more useful to teach people to take their time when they are at the table. By learning to eat slowly, we inevitably eat less and better.
I teach people not to turn a deaf ear when the body tells them it is full. I teach my clients to think about how full they are regardless of how much food is on their plates so that they can learn and understand what kind of nourishment they need at any given moment.
I know that in our fast-paced world, it’s easy to lose patience–we want to have everything immediatly. But I will never get tired of repeating that those who go slowly, go far. This is the philosophy of FiloCiboSofia Slow Life.
How it works
My nutrition coaching sessions are flexible. In addition to our initial lunch meeting, this package offers you the opportunity to choose the what you would like to do during our second encounter: a yoga session, a walk in nature, or a swim.
You will face your day with an increase in energy due to lower stress psychological and physical
Loss of Weight
We will work on not eating for comfort, but there will be no restrictions or dieting, so food will become a pleasure that we can enjoy in serenity
Together we will develop a positive relationship to food, which will ultimately lead to an improvement in how we relate to ourselves and to others
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