Lifestyle Program for Weight Loss, 3 Phases, $255 / 4-weeks
PHASE 1, QUICKSTART; PHASE 2, THE BRIDGE; PHASE 3, MAINTENANCE
The Lifestyle Program is nutrition & wellness program created to promote and sustain long-term weight loss in three (3) specific phases:
Phase 1, The QuickStart: A nutritional jumpstart for maximum impact at the beginning when motivation tends to run high; Phase 2, The Bridge: Between old and new lifestyle habits; Phase 3, Maintenance: Maintaining healthy long-term habits.
The focus is on a mind/body/soul wholistic approach, allowing for immediate results in a healthy manner. The Program includes multiple teaching components leading towards replacing non-working OCD habits for lifestyle maintenance beyond the three (3) Phases. Past participants have lost on average of 30 pounds in six (6) weeks.
Phase 1, QuickStart program includes an Intake Session, plus 3 – one-hour individual sessions. Phase 2 & 3 include 4 – one-hour individual sessions. Phases may be repeated depending upon need. All Phases include self-acceptance training.
- Sustainable, healthy weight loss.
- Supports the emotional & behavioral aspects of weight loss.
- Unlimited support (classes, staff, text, mail, individual & group meetings).
- Gain new friendships with like-minded people.
Individual Weight Loss / Lifestyle Intake Session, 90 min.- 2 hours, $120
Work with Elizabeth one-on-one to lose weight or make lifestyle changes. During this Intake Session you will talk about your history and how to reach your individualized goal(s) – physical/cognitive/spiritual/psychosocial levels. As a single, full-time working mom for many years, Elizabeth knows how to incorporate healthy eating and weight loss into a busy schedule. A journal will be provided to keep you on track, as well as an abundance of suggested support tools which will never leave you wondering what to eat when different situations arise. Future session result in an individualized session plan developed for your assured success.
9-Day Liver Cleanse Program, $75
The 9-day liver cleanse is an excellent way to begin a healthier lifestyle. The liver is the #1 organ to rejuvenate before starting any weight loss or healing protocol. This cleanse is a great lead-in for the QuickStart Lifestyle Weight Loss Program. This Program includes an orientation session, suggested grocery list, and a detailed food map for 12 days plus individualized support.
Self-Acceptance Training, $65 / 1-hour session or 3 for $180
Self-Acceptance Training releases and heals emotional blocks using relaxation therapy, active imagination, imagery, creative fantasy, affirmations and other tools appropriate for the situation.
Movie Nights with Whole Food, Plant-Based Potluck
Join Elizabeth for a Movie Night & Potluck! Everyone that loves to eat healthy or wants to get started learning how to eat healthy, come together. Bring a friend and/or family members that want to make lifestyle changes or just come and hang with like-minded people and eat great food! Attendees are always astounded by the dishes brought to share. Open to everyone. Call for date of upcoming potluck and recipes if needed.
Additional Services: Shopping, Cooking, and Meal Prep Demonstration & Assistance
Price dependent upon needs and mileage for delivery.
About Elizabeth Kubale Palmer, Program Director, Educator & Nutrition Specialist:
Elizabeth will design your individual Program around a whole-food, plant-based weight loss. Based on client preference and lifestyle, specific meal plans and dietary design is provided. Education is a key component of this proposed sequence, including “Self-Acceptance Training” designed to: A) Build upon and reinforce positive habits and self-esteem; B) Eliminate challenges to weight loss; C) Create cravings for healthy foods, as well as identify substitutes for “comfort foods” in moments of weakness. Depending upon client progress and interests, the 4-week design is sequenced to accommodate individual needs.
Elizabeth Kubale Palmer was a Psychology Professor at Alverno College for 25 years, creating a “Psychology of Food” course sequence. She has been researching diets and nutrition for the past 10 years. Prior to becoming an educator, Elizabeth had her own psychology practice. Her hobbies include, cooking, reading, gardening, writing, and international travel.