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Your first, and easiest, line of defense against chronic disease and becoming ‘old’ before your time is customizing your diet to your age and health issues.
The reality is, most midlife women can’t continue eating like they did in their 20’s and 30’s and hope to stay at a healthy weight, remain mentally sharp and focused, have consistently high energy levels, and be resistant to disease and illness. You might have already discovered for yourself that everything you thought you knew about diet, preventing weight gain, and staying healthy just doesn’t work anymore.
If you don’t want to get old before your time, start thinking about your nutrition and diet in a whole new age appropriate way and take control of how well you age with a customized nutrition and lifestyle plan.
TRANSFORM Weight Loss & Wellness
Designed for midlife women (40+) who want to lose weight, look great, and feel great… like they used to. The TRANSFORM Weight Loss & Wellness program is an easy to implement step-by-step guided program that will teach you how to think about your nutrition and lifestyle in a whole new way so that you will look and feel great now, and well into the future.
BLUEPRINT for Wellness
Designed for midlife women (40+) who want to address their diet and lifestyle to reverse a health condition, or reduce the risk of developing chronic health conditions that often emerge in midlife and beyond. The BLUEPRINT for Wellness is an easy to implement customized plan designed to address your health issues by teaching you how to make simple changes to your diet and lifestyle for maximum effect. Prevention is the best medicine and BLUEPRINT for Wellness gives you the prescription to improve your health right now and to set you up for a long, healthy life.
"Carol was able to help me where my allergists were clueless for over 30 years!!!"
– Jeri K, New York, NY
"Carol is extremely supportive, detail oriented, great with follow-up and accommodating."
– Sherri D, Brooklyn, NY
"The most significant improvement was mindfulness — keeping health and nutrition as an important value rather than an afterthought."
– Laura S, New York, NY