3 Powerful Health-Building Mindsets (And Why You Should Care)

I’m excited to publish¬†this podcast as my Community Outreach Project for my Nutritional Therapy Practitioner training program. Please join me as I share:

  • my transformation from lawyer to nutritionist
  • three high-impact mindset shifts that will jumpstart your journey¬†to lasting wellness
  • an underutilized tool you can harness to discover hidden patterns and clues to underlying health issues
  • a bonus lesson on the most critical foundation for building better health

I’d love to hear from you. Please leave a note in the comment box below!

9 comments

  1. Valerie Lewis says:

    Hi Chanlee

    I just finished listening to your story and I really appreciate the advices that you are giving !! I really like when you talked about consistency and simplicity in the diet, and that we should not use the word CHeating , like dessert for instance, we all have tendency to be so hard on ourselves . I also like when you talk about writing and really try to understand what, why we are eating , when and our emotions at that time !!! I do have nervous problems and I can see that it has an impact on my way of eating !!! I want to change all that and really need your advices , I would be very happy to listen to you , I want to feel better and I would be very thankful to you if you can help me !! thank you again for your story , I learned a lot more about you , and i m willing to listen to what my body is telling me !!

  2. Deni says:

    So good Chanlee. Your personal story is amazing–the podcast is very interesting and informative. I know there are many out there who have experienced similar things.

    • Chanlee Sutoyo says:

      Deni, thanks for the kind words! Indeed, it’s good to know that I’m not alone. It is scary to put myself out there, but worth it if it can help someone.

  3. Joli Tripp says:

    Very heartfelt! Your story and your transition is inspiring. ‘Radiant health-‘–love that term. The food journal case study was a really great way to motivate someone to try it. You also have a really great voice!

  4. Paul says:

    Great! Thank you! I learned a lot. De-cluttering, keystone habits… good stuff. I recently began to record every dollar I spend via a phone app, and it’s amazing how that habit alone has improved my finances, in the same way for those who kept eating journals. Now I’m curious to search for more keystone habits that could make ripple-effect changes in all areas of my life. Probably the newest thing I learned was about mindset while eating, to help digestion. I’ve never thought about your very personal journey!

    • Chanlee Sutoyo says:

      Paul, so glad that my journey was helpful. Keeping track of spending is a great habit too! If you’re interested in learning more about habits, I recommend reading the Power of Habit. That book discusses keystone habits and has a fascinating chapter about Saddleback Church.

  5. Paul says:

    Ooops, mistype! It was supposed to say: I’ve never thought about that! Thank you for sharing your very personal journey!

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