I love science. But I also recognize that “what the research says” can often distract us from “what works in the real world, with real people” if we don’t take other relevant information into account.
True evidence-based practice (EBP) only occurs through the integration of expertise, research, experience, and everyday life evidence. Here’s how this plays out for you and me:
Expertise: I work with a team of top nutritionists, PhDs, dietitians, and specialists in the industry. These folks live and breathe this stuff every day—and have decades of collective experience.
Research: I provide you with insights from reputable, peer-reviewed scientific papers to ensure everything I coach you on has been grounded in science.
Experience: I have helped people just like you transform their health and lives through my personal coaching program. I use what I’ve learned to form proven solutions for helping you transform your body and health.
Every day, reality-based life evidence: I use outcome-based decision-making to make decisions based on what is actually happening with you, not what should be happening. This means I encourage people to experiment and develop an understanding of what works for them, deciding what to do next based on what they’ve learned.