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What do we do at Constantly Varied Nutrition?
At Constantly Varied Nutrition we strive to create education and nutrition guidance for every single individual. Whether your goal is longevity, aesthetics or performance, your plan will be different and unique to you and your life. You’ll receive weekly education from our coaches specifically tailored to your goals and where you are in your nutrition journey. Our coaches hold you accountable every step of the way and tweak your plan as you go so that you are making continual progress.
Our nutrition coaches take a functional nutrition approach with clients and will work with you to not only optimize your nutrition but also assist you in making lifestyle habit changes and shifts in mindset that will set you up to achieve lasting success.
We work with clients via telephone coaching or email coaching; giving you the level of accountability you want and need to reach your goals. Fill out the form to start today!
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Constantly Varied Nutrition Specializes In:
- Weight loss
- Optimal health
About Constantly Varied Nutrition
Committed to raising the bar for nutrition coaching, educating the community that food is not to be feared and creating impact and empowerment in people’s lives so they can achieve their goals.
I was able to “out train” a marginally decent Standard American Diet growing up dancing every day and then taking aerobics and weight training classes throughout high school and working at the local skating rink. It wasn’t until college that that plan went south. I became mostly sedentary, which combined with a diet of campus food and fast food, lent itself to a 20-pound weight gain over a 6-month time frame.
This was when I started “dieting.”
For the next 7 years, I struggled with my weight.