Health coaching encompasses a personalised approach to achieving optimal wellness through dietary guidance, support, and accountability. At its core, it seeks to empower individuals to make sustainable lifestyle changes that enhance their overall health and well-being.

In nutritional health coaching, certified professionals work closely with clients to assess their dietary habits, nutritional needs, and health goals. Through comprehensive evaluations and dialogue, coaches develop tailored nutrition plans that address specific concerns such as weight management, chronic conditions, or performance optimisation. These plans often include balanced meal recommendations, portion control guidelines, and strategies for incorporating nutrient-rich foods into daily routines.

One of the key components of nutritional health coaching is ongoing support and accountability. Coaches provide continuous guidance, encouragement, and education to help clients navigate challenges and stay motivated on their wellness journey. Regular check-ins, progress assessments, and adjustments to the nutrition plan ensure that clients remain on track toward their goals.

Moreover, accountability mechanisms, such as food journals, meal tracking apps, or scheduled coaching sessions, help clients stay accountable for their dietary choices and foster a sense of responsibility towards their health. By fostering a supportive and collaborative relationship, nutritional health coaching empowers individuals to adopt healthier eating habits, improve their relationship with food, and ultimately, thrive in their pursuit of wellness.

+ relationships with food
+ womens wellbeing
+ postpartum dietary support
+ food as medicine and intuitive food practices


Lucia Marino Lopez: Adv Cert Nutrition & Health Coaching (Cadence Health)
Jessica Scott Young: Adv Dip Nutritional Medicine