Doable. Affordable. Sustainable.
Make a therapeutic lifestyle doable for everyone. Make guidance affordable and accessible. Make results long-term and sustainable.
- To continually problem solve for the real life challenges of stress, lack of time, lack of skills, and budget concerns that make instant gratification options like overconsumption, convenience foods, excess caffeine and sugar, and inactivity feel like the only viable options during reward-starved days.
- To help individuals realign their values and intrinsic motivators with health promoting behaviors.
- To earnestly work to support the individual where they are today.
- To empathetically understand an individual’s current decisions and support them as they reconnect with their innate ability to heal themselves through their own choices.
Why We Do What We Do
Successfully making, and then maintaining, health promoting dietary and lifestyle changes requires significant education, skills building, and ongoing support. The duration of this training makes the current healthcare model of consulting individuals one-on-one in a clinic setting unrealistic and cost prohibitive. Perfectly Produce is working to provide an effective alternative solution by developing online programming led and taught by healthcare practitioners.
At Perfectly Produce, we come to work each day because we believe in the power of a few small changes. Everyone who has tried to lose weight feels overwhelmed. Fast fixes starve you until you swing back to old habits. Counting points and calories consumes your day, forcing you to make more decisions than you’d like. Temptation sneaks in making it easy to forego what you know you should do and choose what’s fast, convenient and way-too-indulgent instead.
We live in an instant gratification society. It sounds so appealing to drop 10 pounds in two weeks and become bikini ready in a matter of a few days. On the flipside, you also want the in-the-moment satisfaction of a delicious treat (or two). Without clear steps and gradual changes, you swing like a pendulum back and forth between a fast weight loss promise and choosing the options you know you should if you want to live a healthy life.
Isn’t there room in the middle for something better? Something more realistic? Something to make you feel good rather than feel trapped in a yo-yo pattern of up and down weight gain?