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Results Based Packs

You're ready to make some changes, but where do you begin?  You know prepackaged foods aren't great for you, but what do you eat instead when you don't have any extra time?  Understand how your personal health or performance situation affects which foods you need.  These sessions are great for people wanting to understand the "why's" behind what to eat for optimal functioning and how to make that process efficiently happen.

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Packages

Athlete Peak Performance : 

Five 60-minute sessions with one session preparing a meal or snack either in person or virtually 

Session 1: Review food journal and intake form, identify athlete’s short- and long-term goals along with the “why” behind each, understand “success” for athlete over the next five sessions, determine athlete’s current knowledge of sports nutrition and interest in learning how to support improved performance through nutrition, set up personal account for meal planning and grocery shopping app, create meal plan for the next week with corresponding shopping list on app

Session 2: Discuss hydration, amounts and types to consume, and implications on performance, pantry review, discuss snack and breakfast ideas for training and recovery, create hydration plan for the next week

Session 3: Evaluate prior week’s hydration plan, make meal or snack discuss how physical training and sleep complement each other and impact performance, create a plan for optimal sleep hygiene, create meal plan around training schedule for the next week with corresponding grocery list

Session 4: Evaluate prior week’s sleep and meal plan, check in with hydration, make lunch or dinner, discuss barriers and alternatives, discuss competition day and recovery nutrition, create meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

Session 5: Evaluate prior week’s hydration, sleep, and meal plan, discuss and create support system and accountability partner, create meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list, create plan going forward, recap themes from sessions, wrap-up program

Optimal Wellness Plan: 

Five 60-minute sessions with one session preparing a meal or snack either in person or virtually

Session 1: Review food journal and intake form, identify client’s short- and long-term goals and “why” behind them, get to know client, pantry assessment, identify cravings and replacements, set up personal account for meal planning and grocery shopping app, create meal plan for the next week with corresponding shopping list on app 

Session 2: Follow up on past week, evaluate calendar alignment with personal goals/”why”, discuss potential barriers in calendar commitments with achieving personal goals and problem solve any barriers, create meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list, select meal or snack to make at next session 

Session 3: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, make meal or snack, discuss physical movement and sleep, create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list, select lunch or dinner to make in Session 4

Session 4: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, discuss psychosocial barriers and lunch/dinner alternatives, modify physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

Session 5: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, discuss and create support system and accountability partner, modify physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list, evaluate plan going forward, recap themes from sessions, wrap-up program

Work Break Restart: 

Five 40-minute sessions all conducted over phone or video conferencing 

Session 1: Review food journal intake form, identify client’s short- and long-term goals and “why” behind them, virtual pantry assessment, identify cravings and replacements, set up personal account for meal planning and grocery shopping app, create meal plan for the next week with corresponding shopping list on app 

Session 2: Evaluate calendar alignment with personal goals/”why”, discuss potential barriers in calendar commitments with achieving personal goals and problem solve any barriers, discuss snack and breakfast ideas based upon goals and cravings identified

Session 3: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, discuss lunch ideas, discuss physical movement and sleep, create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

Session 4: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, discuss psychosocial barriers and dinner alternatives, modify physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

Session 5: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, discuss and create support system and accountability partner, create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list, evaluate plan going forward, recap themes from sessions, wrap-up program

A la carte

Grocery Shopping Tour: Learn the most time efficient way to shop as well as the best way to select ingredients when an overwhelming amount of options from which to choose exists.  Cut down grocery bills even while buying higher quality foods.  Decrease spoiled food in the fridge when shopping smart with plan.  Includes shopping for a list corresponding with pre-selected recipes. 

$100 + groceries 

In-home Cooking Session:

Looking to get your picky eater interested in trying new foods? Tired of the battles at the dinner table? Or just looking for some fun ideas to mix up the rut?  Learn how to incorporate the interests of everyone at the dinner table so they can all get on board with what’s for dinner while also learning which knives to use when, which equipment you actually need, cooking techniques, how to properly season and balance your food regardless of what the recipe lists, and how to fix any recipe once you discover how to balance flavors while chopping and prepping ingredients for a meal or snack. Parents of children can sit back, get some work done or relax, and let them make the meal for a change!  Session lasts 60-90 minutes depending on the group size (up to four adults or children) and menu 

$300 + groceries.

In-home cooking sesson or series:

Get a few friends together to learn cooking techniques and nutrition information specific to a new meal each week for four weeks.  Each session lasts around 60-90 minutes depending on the group size (up to four adults or children) and menu $975 + groceries for the four-week series.

Interactive Monthly Meal Planning and Grocery List Assistant:  want some help finding good recipes that cater to your goals and organizing a plan for the week?  With weekly meal plans sent to you with corresponding grocery lists that link to your phone and recipes to follow, you’ll gain time by removing the planning piece and increasing your efficiency in the store while also supporting performance and health goals.  Two 30-minute calls per month to review goals, tailor meals and snacks to individual schedules and tastes, and continually make adjustments to what’s working/what’s not in order to reach personal goals.    a make adjustments in order to reach performance and health goals. 

$150 for initial session to review food log, intake form, establish goals and plan then select: 

$500 for 3 months  

$950 for 6 months 

$1600 for 12 months 

Access to Meal Planning Program without Nutrition Consulting: In a rut with your meals and want some inspiration for new ideas?  With access to this meal planning program, you can find meals for all eating styles along with corresponding recipes and grocery lists that interact and sync with your phone to make meal planning fun and efficient. 

$100 for initial session to set up and train on program then select: 

$25/month access to meal planning program and app  

$200/year access to meal planning program and app 

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Maintenance Plan:

Price: $150 per month 

Includes: after completion of five-week program, a maintenance plan includes text correspondence and/or two 30-minute phone or video conferencing calls per month with meal planning including corresponding grocery lists and recipes 

Annual: $1000 

Includes: after completion of five-week program, a maintenance plan includes text correspondence and/or two 30-minute phone or video conferencing calls per month with meal planning including corresponding grocery lists and recipes 

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