THE 3 BIGGEST
keeping you stuck
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Tara Coleman, CN
Hi, I’m Tara Coleman, a Clinical Nutritionist with a private practice in San Diego, California.
I have been featured in exclusive magazines such as Dr. Oz, Cosmopolitan, and Forbes. You may have also seen me on TV, where I've done specials on CBS, NBC, and Fox.
I enjoy giving people the tools, education, and support they need to eat with confidence and live the life they desire. Please join me on this free webinar as we discuss the 3 biggest diet myths.
It might seem crazy, but I really feel like, since starting your program, a weight has been lifted off of me--I'm no longer scared of certain foods and eating has become much more pleasurable. I've felt more energetic and happy every single day of the last 2 weeks, and I haven't ever felt "famished" or "stuffed" in that period of time. A funny story--I haven't eaten peanut butter basically at all in the past couple of years, simply because I was scared of the calorie content. Every time I would think about it, I'd read the label and think, "200 calories for not thaaat much protein? no way." It feels silly now that I'm so excited to eat peanut butter on my toast in the morning, but it feels like a small victory to me.
Tara: I had my big convention this week which is always a food challenge. Made it through unscathed by following a plan and being mindful! Many thanks for the tools and support.
Wow I learned so much on this weeks module! Awesome tip on how to read labels! So glad I signed up for this!!!
Wowwww! I’m very excited...Everything makes a lot of sense, I felt that you were talking directly to me!
This program has been a godsend for me. The meal planning has been terrific. I haven't found myself ravenous once this week, and when I found myself faced with an unplanned event, I had bars in my purse for just such an emergency! My normal pattern is to eat a breakfast that keeps me satisfied for the whole morning, then forget about lunch, and then my afternoon "snack" is to find as much candy as I can. Crashing when I get home, I shove chips and a string cheese (probably the only healthy thing I've eaten since breakfast) in my mouth while making a healthy dinner. By the time dinner is done, I've filled myself up with junk. I BROKE THIS PATTERN.
I have to say I’m loving Module 1!!! Tara, when you said that sometimes we can hear something 10 times before it can finally click for us. Well that happened for me with how you explained the science behind carbs and the “carb + protein” tips. Loved it! And the recipes are awesome. It even helped me yesterday be more mindful of better choices when I wanted to snack at home (due to boredom). Just had to share!