The Self-Love Educator Through Food Relationships

Kelly Carter – The Self-Love Educator Through Food Relationships 

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Kelly Carter, Certified Nutritional Practitioner, Mindset Coach, and Health and Wellness Mastermind is on a mission to transform lives and free clients from toxic relationships with food. Her groundbreaking Food Freedom Nutrition and Lifestyle Program is giving power back to women and men across the globe who have been searching for solutions to sustainable weight loss, digestive issues, and much more. 

Carter experienced challenges with nutrition and weight loss early in life and knows firsthand the frustration of forging a path to healing on your own. Through her journey, she learned that in order to make lasting lifestyle change, addressing mindset and limiting beliefs is key to success. Carter is committed to supporting her clients’ goals with intensive mindset coaching, curating personalized meal plans based on their specific needs, serving them with...

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Nutritionist And Lifestyle Architect Kelly Carter Is Bridging Between Mindset And Health

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Talking to nutritionist and coach, Kelly Carter, you immediately recognise that she is a force to be reckoned with. Young, determined, and full of energy, Carter is focused on changing lives with her outlook on nutrition and mindset. This lifestyle architect recently founded the Food Freedom Lifestyle Program to teach her clients to learn to live healthily without cancelling the enjoyment of food. You can eat well and not starve to hit your health goals according to Carter and her program teaches you just how to do this. 

 

At the time of writing, Carter is about to turn 30 and, with her radiant smile, exclaims how excited she is about this milestone event even though ageing is often seen as something negative for people in the nutrition field. “Thirty is awesome!” she says. “There is such a taboo around age, especially in my industry. I think 30 is such a hard-hitting number for so many people. Not me....

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3 Health Strategies to Improve your Work Productivity

3 Health Strategies to Improve your Work Productivity

It is not about working harder... it is about working smarter. I do not love the emphasis around working 10-16 hour days 5-7 days a week. It affects all areas of health as the weeks turn into months turn into years. As a busy professional you want to be as productive yourself as well as your employees. 

Here are a few statistics from an article by Aleksandar Dimovski(1) :

  • The average employee is only productive for 2 hours and 53 minutes per day.
  • Engaged employees are more productive, resulting in a 21% increase in profits.
  • 41% of stressed employees state that stress negatively affects productivity.

The numbers are staggering ... no wonder some employers push their employees to work longer days .. they may get a full 4 hours out of them! 

 

There are many reasons why a working professional would not work to their full potential :

  • Too tired (not enough restful sleep)
  • Too high stress that is not...
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Stress Management Food Choices for the Busy Professional

Stress Management Food Choices for the Busy Professional

As a busy professional stress is definitely part of the week. In my opinion it is not about finding a life that has no stress... it is all about understanding stress management and what that means for you. Stress management is extremely important for the busy professional as it determines mood, productivity, energy and confidence. 

Did you know stress management can begin with your food choices? Once you have the knowledge on WHAT you should be choosing this will change your outlook on so many meals! Certain food can increase certain chemicals in the body to promote stress management: 

- Boost levels of serotonin  (calming brain chemical)

- Decrease levels of cortisol and adrenaline (your stress hormones) 

 

Here are my top choices for stress management food choices for the busy professional:

 

1. Whole grains such as RICE, QUINOA and OATMEAL. Did you know that all carbohydrates tell the...

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3 Healthy Habits to Start at the Office Today!

Here are my top 3 Healthy Habits to Start at the Office Today!

Getting back into that office work routine, after having to leave that environment for months, can be challenging especially when you have established a working from home routine. The office is a place that we spend a lot of our time, especially those of us who work more than the 40 hour typical work week. It is so important to focus on a healthy routine for the office so that the environment can support a healthy, happy you.

Many of us let the day get away, and find that the week flies by. So by the end of a work week we are exhausted, feel defeated and start to work for the weekends. This does not have to be you! 

There are 3 healthy habits that I follow to on a daily basis when I am in the office. The routine really supports my ongoing energy, productivity and confidence that I need to be successful every day at the office! And you can start them today: 

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Health VS Productivity : Your New Business Strategy

As an entrepreneur the work NEVER stops. Partially this is due to my brain always wanting to develop more, see more, connect more and see the success that I have already envisioned.

The connection between health and my success is something that I can't even joke about. It is AMAZING what I can accomplish when I fuel myself properly, get good sleep and stay hydrated. It got me thinking... 

Was this connection just me ? Or is there some correlative science to this success. To my suprise numerous studies have been done connecting health to productivity to $$$.

 

The way I see it is the body is AMAZING. You can treat it however you like and you may be able to accomplish certain goals each month/ year. So what happens when you LEVEL UP your health? The sky's the limit. 

Studies have shown that when health is made a priority in the workplace: "health-related productivity costs were more than four times greater than medical and pharmacy costs"(1)

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