Positive Nutrition Mindset Challenge

A Non-Judgemental Approach to Healthy & Sustainable Nutrition Habits

When you’re not sure how to eat to feel your best, making the right food choices can be a struggle. The last thing you need is another diet or weight management program, so we’ve put together an empowering, abundant, and non-judgemental course to guide you in making sustainable food choices for happy, healthy living.

Skills You Will Learn

  • Learn what to eat to feel good physically and mentally today and in the long run.
  • Feel empowered to create a balanced routine with your nutrition that leads you to automatically break bad habits and foster ones that serve you.
  • Get to understand the link between your food choices, emotions, and stress.
  • Cut through the noise of diets and trends to eat with less judgment and more intuition.
  • Improve your gut health, energy levels, and mood with a personalized approach to your nutrition.

About Host

Kayleigh Lockhart

Kayleigh Lockhart

Holistic Health Coach

Kayleigh is a passionate Holistic Health Coach dedicated to helping people enhance their well-being and overcome chronic illnesses. Formerly in Corporate Marketing, she experienced the impact of neglecting self-care on her health. Prioritizing work over her well-being led to exhaustion, adult acne, and persistent gut issues. Determined to find a solution, Kayleigh embarked on a holistic healing journey. Inspired by her transformation, Kayleigh left her corporate job to guide others on their health journeys. Fueled by her passion for nutrition, she shares her story and offers simple, effective strategies for improving physical and mental well-being.

Course Outline

Holistic Well-Being Short Course
Day 1
Nutritional strategies for improving physical and mental health

Day one finds us looking at how you can improve your physical and mental health through nutrition. With a few simple steps, Kayleigh shows us how to implement small, but impactful strategies that you can get started with straight away.

Holistic Well-Being Short Course
Day 2
How to create good routines and break bad habits

In this session, we’re going to look at how to create good routines and break bad habits. We’ll break down what habits are and why we have them. It’s also the time when we explore how we create new healthy habits that make us feel good and push us forward to our goals.

Holistic Well-Being Short Course
Day 3
The relationship between nutrition and stress management

Stress is inevitable, and we each face varying levels of pressure. Understanding stress management techniques and the significant role that food plays in this can profoundly impact our health and well-being. Day three explores how incorporating mindful eating and stress-reducing practices can bring about positive transformations in your life.

Holistic Well-Being Short Course
Day 4
Quick interventions to improve your gut health and mood

Did you know that the gut is referred to as the second brain? In this session, we'll delve into interventions aimed at improving your overall gut health and mood. Discover strategies and practices that can enhance your digestive system, fostering a healthier mind and body.

Holistic Well-Being Short Course
Day 5
Nutritional approaches to managing chronic fatigue and low energy levels

Food is fuel. For us to feel good and fight fatigue we need to be putting the right kind of fuel into our bodies. In this session, we’ll dig into some nutrition approaches to help you naturally boost your energy whilst getting a better night's sleep.

Holistic Well-Being Short Course
Day 6
Replacing emotional eating with intuitive eating

In today's session, we’re going to touch on the subject of emotional eating and how we can replace this way of eating by adopting an intuitive eating technique.

Holistic Well-Being Short Course
Day 7
How to approach nutrition non-judgmentally

Our relationship with food is often a tricky one. This can largely be attributed to toxic diet culture; the multi-billion dollar industry that has been telling us what we should eat and how we should look for most of our lives. Given the constant bombardment of food rules and media messages that promote body shame, it can be difficult to approach nutrition in a non-judgmental manner. In this session, we navigate the complexities of our food culture and develop a healthier and more positive relationship with food.

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