On a recent episode of Recovery Innovators Radio with James Healy, Allison Samon, a Health Coach and Toxins Expert, discussed how creating quick and easy healthy food plans help addicts in recovery find success by reducing cravings and healing their brains.
According to Samon, most approaches to healthy eating dwell on calories, carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Instead of creating lists of restrictions and good and bad foods, it’s more effective to explore basic improvements and implement gradual changes. As these pieces accumulate, her clients find the changes collectively create a much larger impact than they originally expected.
Samon, said “It’s best to plan ahead and get control of your nutrition quickly so it becomes easy and not another stress point in your life.”
When host James Healy asked, “How do you help people affected by addiction with how to succeed when it comes to getting sober, staying sober and living happily within that sobriety?”
Samon answered, “Through my coaching business, Health Allie Lifestyle & Wellness, I help men and women suffering with challenges like addiction or unexplained chronic pain to make simple diet and lifestyle changes so they can unlock their self-healing powers and spend less time struggling and more time rocking their life.”
During the interview Samon shared one of the keys to her health coaching methods, explaining, “Taking a bio-individual, functional nutrition approach, I help identify personal triggers, remove them, and start the healing process to help your body to thrive!”
It’s rare for anyone to explore their wellness goals with a trained professional. As a Health Coach, Samon creates a supportive environment that enables her clients to articulate and achieve their goals.
She utilizes the most cutting-edge dietary theories and highly effective coaching techniques to find the right diet lifestyle that works best for an individual’s unique body and time constraints.
The interview concluded with Samon saying, “We can use nutrition to course correct, detoxify, heal our brains and reduce our anxieties and cravings for drugs and alcohol.”
To listen to the full interview on Recovery Innovators Radio, visit http://recoveryinnovatorsradio.com
To learn more about Allison Samon, please visit http://www.healthallie.com
Company Name: Health Allie Lifestyle and Wellness
Contact Person: Allison Samon
Phone: (424) 288-4545
Country: United States