Healthy eating is a pain. You have your diet trends: Atkins, Paleo, South Beach, and many others. There are buzzwords and phrases such as GMO's, heart healthy, high fructose corn syrup, organic, and the list goes on. Throw in an extremely healthy dose of targeted marketing and advertising, and making healthy choices is like walking through a mine field. Avoid one obstacle, and the next is right there waiting for you.
Enter Corrina Rachel, a Certified Holistic Health Coach from Austin, Texas. She has created over 100 videos found on www.corrinarachel.com and http://www.youtube.com/psychetruth. Many of these videos are great resources to help you navigate the healthy eating maze.
One reason Corrina's videos are such a wonderful resource is they are easy to understand. They are so easy, in fact, fourth and fifth grade students understood her message and were able to gain valuable information. There is no need to be fearful of many big, fancy words or scientific jargon. Each video is designed for you to apply the message to your life immediately.
Second, Corrina's videos address topics that are not mainstream. She digs past the superficial level of health taught in schools and in the media. Her videos reveal what turn out to be many lies fed to us by corporations and even our government. Based on the information Corrina presents, it is no wonder so many people in our country suffer from obesity, heart disease, and other health issues.
If you turn out to be a fan (most likely you will), you have opportunities to get personal advice from Corrina. First, Corrina hosts live chats on Wednesday afternoons 5-6 PM Central time (www.psychetruth.net).
If you want to get more personal, Corrina will accept video requests and offers personalized health coaching via Skype and phone. Visit www.corrinarachel.com and click on the health coaching tab.
In the meantime, be sure to check out the video included with this article. It will open your eyes, maybe even scare you a bit. At the same time, it should help you get more serious about your food choices.