Living healthy can seem intimating. Who has time to cook? Or work out every day? Or money for organic? If you find yourself asking these questions more often than not, I’m glad you’re here.
Living a healthy life is simpler than you think. Really. It doesn’t require hours in the gym or counting calories at every meal. Living healthy simply means doing what’s right for your body. And fortunately for you, it intuitively knows what it needs to thrive.
Of course, it isn’t always easy to identify what your body needs. After all, there is so much information out there that it’s hard to get to the truth. Not to mention, your time is limited. But I know – no matter how busy you are – you can reach your health goals.
I want to help you become your healthiest you. So, if you’re ready to take control of your health once and for all, let’s work together.
About Erica Ballard
I thought I knew what “healthy” meant. I exercised 6 times a week. I followed the healthy food trends. And I had been working in the health care industry for nearly a decade.
So yea, I thought I knew what “healthy” was. And, honestly, I thought I was living it. But on my journey to become an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, I realized I was wrong.
Healthy living isn’t about numbers – number of work outs, numbers on the scale or number of calories per meal. Healthy living means doing the things your body needs to thrive.
That realization changed my life. I stopped following food and exercise trends and started to listen to my body. It wasn’t easy at first, but I eventually found a healthy rhythm that fit effortlessly into my life.
Today, I am no longer a gym rat. And I definitely don’t follow a diet full of “don’ts”. Now, I just live my life and eat foods that make me feel good.
Some more about me…
I lived on the east coast for nine years before moving back to my hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana. I have a Master’s of Science from Tufts University School of Medicine and a Bachelor’s of Arts from Indiana University. I am a Certified Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
I hate running; so, I ditched it for yoga, walking, and weights.
I can’t imagine life without Max. He’s literally one the cutest pups you’ll ever lay your eyes on (yes, I’m biased).
I love food and don’t want anyone to settle for boring, bland or bad food.
I can’t wait to help you get healthy for good this time. So, let’s get started!