Health and Wellness Consultations for all ages.
At Wellness on The Sea, we identify each symptom to find the contributing cause to an individual’s illness. And our ultimate goal is to bring your body back to homeostasis or balance. We focus on degenerative and chronic conditions where traditional medicine falls short; after identifying the root cause, we treat our clients as a whole rather than as parts or symptoms. At Wellness on The Sea, we offer a menu of assessments to guide you on your path toward wellness.
These assessments are tailored to optimize your health and help you reach your healthiest potential by aligning your lifestyle choices.
Our Assessment Includes:
- Medical History
- Psychological History
- Metabolic Factors
- Nutrition Education
- Endocrine, Hormonal Issues
- Mood and Energy Concerns
- Digestive Issues
- Stress & Time Management
- Sleep Management
- Sexual Health & Nutrition, Fitness
Although it sounds mysterious, metabolic syndrome is a term for a group of risk factors that can raise your chance of developing heart disease and other health problems, including diabetes.
In general, excess weight and lack of activity can lead to metabolic syndrome, but five specific factors can put you at risk. You must have at least three factors to be officially diagnosed with metabolic syndrome. The five factors are:
- Metabolic Factors Risks
- Having a large waistline (a more than 35-inch circumference for women and more than 40 for men)
- Low levels of HDL (“good”) cholesterol
- High triglyceride levels
- High levels of blood sugar
- High blood pressure
Our Assessment Includes:
If you are thinking about going vegan, you might wonder how to start.
Vegetarian or vegan eating does not mean you’re going to starve or eat just salads. There is a variety of foods that are delicious and highly nutritious that you can enjoy.
Many factors go into your decision about what diet to adopt. Each of our vegan /vegetarian or clean-eating clients is no different; We all have to come up with a unique and different way of consuming food that gives us the well-being we’re looking for.
Your Shopping List“Begin with the end in mind” Think about whether or not your cart is filled with food that will give you more health and well-being. Is it nutritious for me and my family? Is it going to provide me with the health I am looking for in my life and for my family? If you’ve answered yes to all these questions then spend your money on it, if you have doubt then it means that you need coaching.
GRAINS, BEANS & LEGUMES: Keep two or more 100% whole grain bakery products on hand for making sandwiches, wraps, or pitas. These products freeze well – keep a selection in your freezer and thaw single servings as needed. Keep 2-3 whole grains/starches and a few different types of beans, legumes, and soy products. Mix and match them and add a vegetable side dish for a complete meal. Oatmeal is great to keep on hand for easy, healthy breakfasts. Look for quick, rolled, or steel-cut oats and avoid most instant oatmeal packets.
100% WHOLE WHEAT: Bread, Tortillas, English muffins, Bagels, Pitas, Pasta
WHOLE GRAINS & STARCHES: Oatmeal (quick, rolled, or steel-cut), Brown rice, Quinoa, Seitan (wheat gluten), Sweet potatoes, Russet potatoes.
BEANS & LEGUMES: Chickpeas (canned/dry), Black beans (canned/dry), Kidney beans, Lentils (dry), Hummus, Veggie burgers (lentil, bean, or vegetable-based), Edamame (frozen)
SOY PRODUCTS: Firm tofu, Soft/silken tofu, Smoked/marinated tofu, Tempeh, Soy milk,
HEALTHY FATS: they are an essential part of a healthy vegan diet! Include a wide selection of items from this list to ensure a good balance of omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids. Keep a couple of different whole foods like avocado, dark chocolate, nuts/seeds, or olives on hand for snacking, at least one nut/seed butter for dipping fruit, spreading on toast, or adding to oatmeal, and a couple of different oils for cooking, making salad dressings, or supplementation.
Larger nuts and seeds should be kept in the freezer to prevent spoilage. High Fat Foods, Avocado, Edamame, Coconut milk, Dark chocolate, Olives, Hummus Oils, Coconut oil, Flax seed oil, Sesame oil, Olive oil, Canola oil, Vegan “butter,” Vegan margarine Nuts & Seeds, Peanut butter, Almond/Nut butter Almonds, Cashews, Walnuts, Pecans, Sunflower seeds, Sunflower seed butter, Pumpkin seeds, Chia seeds, Ground flax seeds, Sesame seeds, Tahini (sesame butter)
FRESH: Apples, Pears, Kiwis, Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons, Limes, Peaches, Plums, Nectarines Bananas, Raspberries, Blackberries, Watermelon Honeydew, Cantaloupe, Apricots, Grapes, Mangoes, Cherries, Strawberries, Blueberries. FROZEN: Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Mixed berry, blends, Sweet cherries, Mango, Mixed fruit blends DRIED: Raisins, Currants, Cranberries, Apricots Dates, Figs, Apple slices, Banana chips
FRESH (Raw & Cooking):
Broccoli, Carrots, Celery, Cauliflower, Cucumbers, Snap peas, Tomatoes, Bell peppers, Avocado FRESH (Cooking), Zucchini, Mushrooms, Squashes, Asparagus, Kale, Garlic
FRESH (Leafy Greens), Baby kale, Baby spinach, Romaine, Butter lettuce, Leaf lettuce, Salad mix
FROZEN, Broccoli, Asparagus, Spinach, Corn, Peas, Edamame, Stir-fry combines
NON-DAIRY PRODUCTS: Choose one unsweetened non-dairy milk for all-purpose use in savory cooking, baking, and smoothies. Choose one great-tasting non-dairy milk to add to tea, coffee, or for enjoying straight. Choose whichever plant-based milk you want the flavor of most. Soy milk is great because it’s high in protein and mimics the nutritional profile of cow’s milk. Vanilla, chocolate, or other flavors are great for sweetening and flavoring coffee. MILK, Soy milk, Almond milk, Cashew milk, Oat milk, Coconut milk, Rice milk, Hemp milk, Coconut milk
YOGURT/CHEESE/BUTTER: Soy/almond/, coconut yogurt, Tofu desserts, Vegan butter/, margarine, Vegan cheese shreds/slices, Vegan cream cheese, Nutritional yeast,
VEGAN PANTRY: A selection of condiments, herbs, and spices on hand makes it easy to diversify your meals. These items tend to last a long time, so wastage isn’t much of an issue. Buy dried herbs or spices you don’t use very often from the bulk section in smaller amounts. Wash and freeze any leftovers you won’t use for fresh herbs immediately. Keep at least 2-3 various sweeteners in your kitchen (1 for sweetening hot beverages like coffee and tea, 1 for improving oatmeal, topping pancakes, and toast, and 1 for baking and general use.)
SWEETENERS: Organic cane sugar, Agave syrup, Maple syrup, Molasses, Coconut sugar, Fruit preserves, Dates, Dried fruits, Dark chocolate chips, Stevia
FLAVOURS, HERBS, & SPICES: Basil, Oregano, Thyme, Cumin, Turmeric, Chili powder, Cinnamon, Salt, Pepper
CONDIMENTS: Salsa, Hummus, Soy sauce, Sriracha, Mustard, Vegan mayo, Vegetable bouillon, Nutritional yeast, Lemon/lime juice, Vinegar (white, balsamic
COOKING & BAKING: Whole grain flour, baking powder, Baking soda, Corn starch, Apple cider vinegar, Coconut oil, Earth Balance Butter, etc.
For more information on this list and on developing your own list, please contact us at 850-408-1460 please text me first. And let us know who you are and what you would like to do.
Functional Medicine, Life, and Wellness Coaching
Our functional medicine wellness consultation is based on a fully personalized, goal-oriented action plan to optimize your health and well-being. This plan will become our blueprint as we work together to empower you to reach your behavioral improvement in your life. We then offer you access to our health nutritional guide to work towards those goals and empower you to create everlasting changes in your life.
We realize and understand that sometimes changing something in life is tough. At Wellness on The Sea, we give you the space to experience how we live our everyday. This unique opportunity allows you to see how thoughts, behaviors, nutrition, and lifestyle can dramatically improve your health and decrease your risk of chronic disease.
We will provide you with proven strategies and the skills you need to maximize your future well-being.
Metabolic Assisted Lifestyle Package – A 2½ hour initial consultation that includes a 60-minute psychological evaluation and a 60-minute comprehensive lifestyle evaluation focusing on 100% whole food plant-based nutrition and healthy lifestyle behavior.
Professional Package – This 4-hour consultation focuses on the maintenance of your whole wellness health, and the enhancement of your performance in life, throughout the career span in an efficient, comprehensive manner.
Women’s Package – This 3-hour consultation focuses on issues specific to women. This could include metabolic functions such as nutrition, weight, reproduction, psychology, and medical conditions.
Fee Schedule and Payment Information
- $350 – Initial Consultation (for complex health issues, assessment, and care plan formation) 90 min
- $157 – Follow Up Consultation 60 min
- $80 – Brief Follow-Up Consultation 30 min
- The initial one-on-one consultation usually runs about 1.5 hr. on average. An in-depth health history will be taken, a comprehensive assessment will be done, and a care plan will be provided. Follow-up appointments generally run for 1 hr.
Contact us for a 15-minute free evaluation Zoom call consult by texting your request to +1 850-408-1460 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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