McComb, MS – For many people, food and stress go hand-in-hand. We believe we are so busy that we don’t have time to eat properly. But giving our body the nutrition it needs is a positive step toward combating stress. With a little planning, we can learn to enjoy real nutrition.
Georgia Ryle is a certified integrative nutrition health coach and the founder of Small Changes Lasting Results, a health coaching practice specializing in helping motivated, busy women over 40 lose weight and restore their health.
“We all have the answers inside of us, but we can’t always find them,” says Georgia. “That’s where a health coach comes in. We encourage you to go deeper to find the solution for your own body because everyone’s body is different.”
Georgia is certified through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, the world's largest nutrition school and certification program. Georgia says she was first introduced to health coaching after experiencing health issues herself.
“It’s so important to find balance,” says Georgia. “If we’re always stressed, our digestive system won’t work properly; if our digestive system doesn’t work properly, then our immune system won’t either.”
Georgia says improving our health is about what we put in our body, what we do to maintain our stress and how we get our body moving.
“When you tell me you’re going to do something, I’m going to hold you to it,” says Georgia. “I want you better than when you first came to me. That’s my goal, and I want to help as many people as I possibly can through my program.”
For more information on Small Changes Lasting Results, visit http://healthcoach.georgiaryle.com.
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