Weight Loss Resources

Just as an olympic athlete doesn’t win gold without a coach, changing lifestyle and eating habits is very hard without someone supporting you.  I’m happy to support you as most of my clients are phone clients.

One goal is to aim to “eat at 600 or lower on the calorie density scale” 90% of the time

[Calorie density is different than counting calories–see video here for more information]

This is also referred to as “vegan SOS free” (salt, oil, and sugar free) — it is about eating a plant-based diet focused on food not food products and minimizing additives especially salt and oil.

BONUS TIP: It’s hard to find acceptable sauces, these vinegars are great to use.

Balsamic vinegars: https://californiabalsamic.com/product-category/balsamic/

probably start with this $47 sampler pack but if you’re going to USE THEM a lot, probably just buy the bigger sampler pack 



Examples of cook books/blog posts that follow 600 or lower on calorie density scale idea of eating (that is diet at TrueNorth Health Center in Santa Rosa, California)


1. Katie Mae–https://www.theculinarygym.com/

2. Cathy Fischer–https://www.straightupfood.com/blog/recipe-index/

3. Bravo (the chef at TrueNorth) online course foundation 


Click here to watch an—–EXCELLENT 6 minute video that reviews data on healthy meat eaters vs healthy vegetarians, (these people all die at half the rate of those who eat the standard American diet).

6 min video with Brenda Davis reviewing data from studies sample of over 160,000 people that ruled out for confounding variables.

Questions? Contact me at [email protected]

Remember, I want to help you live the healthiest life possible! –GreenLightHeidi

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