Nutrion is boring

I teach people how to eat in ways that make them feel great, and yet nutrition kind of bores me.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m always happy to talk to clients about different foods that they can try eating when we first get together.

And my friends regularly send me pictures of what they’ve made for dinner (Kate included).

But the truth is, most people who come to me already know what foods they’re supposed to be avoiding for the most part.

I don’t run into too many people who drink six cokes a day and think that it’s no big deal.

What I’m really interested in is how I can help you eat more of the foods you know are good for you, and eat less of the foods that are bad for you.

This is surprisingly easy when you’re willing to drop you’re preconceived notions of how to get there.

I want to help you reframe your perspective so that you can spend more time doing things that you love, and less time doing things that make you feel dead inside.

When you shift your focus from “What foods should I be eating?” or “How can I lose that last 10 pounds?” to “How can I consistently eat foods that will make me feel strong?” and “How can I feel great all of the time?”, everything changes.

You’re in a place of knowing how you want to feel now, rather than trying to solve an equation with no precise answer.

And that's the first step to losing weight for the last time.

For the rest, join us here:

Jason (& Kate)


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