I believe in the Principal Three Rule
1) live happy | Take a quick assessment of your life. Has your battery light been on for
weeks years? Do you need to hit that recharge button? What do your daily self-care rituals look like? Do you get enough “quality” sleep? (These all play a vital part in living H-A-P-P-Y.)
2) be healthy | Do you make healthy food choices most of the time? Do you get the right type of nutrients that YOUR body needs? Where are you falling short?
3) be whole | This is pure science! If your diet and lifestyle aren’t in sync, you can’t be or feel whole. (It’s that simple.) It’s not about quick-fix diet plans or a stress management crash courses. Rather, it’s an entire way of life.
Hey! I’m Jayne Williams.
And I’m so insanely passionate about custom, whole nutrition because I know exactly how important it is first-hand. Growing up in the Northeast as the child of divorced parents, I struggled with diet and stress management issues for most of my childhood and young adult life.
On the outside I was always the happy kid, smiling ear-to-ear and laughing the loudest. On the inside, I was a train wreck. My stress and anxiety caused major gut problems, which caused more stress and anxiety, which caused more gut problems. (You get the picture.)
It manifested more as I grew up. If I wasn’t chugging a soda and working around the clock, I wasn’t sure what to do with myself. The real kicker came when I ended up in the emergency room with crippling stomach pain. A colonoscopy later revealed I had a severe case of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. (I got lucky.)
Instead of finding an alternative path to better health, I went on a Class C drug for 6 years. Newly married and excited to start a family, after a difficult miscarriage, I couldn’t get pregnant. Test after test, there was no identifiable reasons why I wasn’t getting pregnant. Just one thought was raised….I needed to get off the IBS drugs that I had been on for too many years, change my lifestyle and tune into my body…..for the first time in my life! I educated myself, researched EVERYTHING I could get my hands on about gut health, took classes…….It wasn’t until I tapped into ME that things started coming together.
Yes, ME. By listening to what MY body needed to thrive (not just survive), I was able to kick caffeine and fried foods to the curb, dump my IBS drug for good, and find the right nutritional supplements for my body.
The revealing results? I got pregnant and HEALTHY! I’m so incredibly grateful to finally LIVE in a place of what it means to be Happy.Healthy. AND Whole. It is my PURPOSE and PASSION to help as many people as I can to do the same!
And my living, breathing, daughter is daily proof of just how powerful whole health can be.
Jayne graduated from Marist College with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism. She is a Certified Nutritional Consultant in integrative health from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and a graduate student in Clinical Nutrition/Integrative Health at Maryland University of Integrative Health. She loves spending time with her husband, daughter and 2 dogs.
So, can I level with you for a sec?
There is NO magic one-size-fits-all approach to healthy living.
After all, the human body is a sum of all its parts, once we identify the areas that are causing imbalance (and all sorts of stress) in your life—I can then empower you to make the changes that will have the biggest impact.
Seemingly “small” things like an unknown food allergy or too much time spent sitting in front of a computer create a negative domino effect that can be felt throughout your entire body. By treating you as a whole person, nourishing your body with whole foods, and removing toxins + additive substances, we’re treating the underlying causes of weight gain, fatigue, and disease. (Disease is basically dis-ease in the body.)
At the end of the day, it’s about helping you discover and celebrate whole, nutritious, good-for-YOU food and a healthy, aligned lifestyle that makes you feel like the absolute BEST version of YOU.
So take a hop, skip (or jump) inside.
Because when it comes to you, your health, and your whole, balanced life? The best is yet to come.