A one-on-one nutrition coaching that is done remotely.
A nutritional philosophy centered around macronutrients and one’s relationship with food. Focusing on the physiology of macronutrient requirements in one’s body along with the psychological component of ‘Why?’. Focusing on our current habits and how we can improve the quality of our food-centered choices. The term “Flexible Dieting” is often used because food choices are up to the individual, so long as they stay within their allotted macro count. AIM works because it is real life. It isn’t filled with mythical shakes or deprivation strategies that momentarily produce short term goals. AIM focuses on real food, education around the foods an individual should be taking in and the amounts of those foods so that a body is working at its ultimate capacity. Focusing on eating habits that provide satiety without making one feel deprived and wanting to give up.