Health or getting healthy is more than diet and exercise. It’s not just what you eat and how much you exercise…
- It’s how you eat, when you eat, with whom you eat, and why you eat.
- It’s about getting adequate sleep and rest.
- It’s about taking care of your body physically through movement.
- It’s about managing your environment to support health goals.
- It’s about emotional and spiritual health.
And of course, it’s about changing behavior—one habit at a time.
Through my whole-person comprehensive one-on-one approach (via virtual coaching) I help women build a healthier relationship with food, gain confidence and trust in themselves, appreciate the importance of emotional health, and ultimately have more freedom and energy to enjoy life.
You want the energy, confidence, and comfort to begin the next phase of your life not obsessing about weight but focusing on overall health and well-being.
I know how you feel.
Let me help you make peace with food and your body.
“My sessions far exceeded expectations! Neily didn’t have a one-size-fits-all approach, but asked questions helping me find my own strategies. Neily has a very encouraging demeanor—she is understanding, yet doesn’t let you make excuses. I am grateful for all she taught me, but more than that, what she taught me about myself. She’s awesome!!!”
Anne Marie Knop | Dallas, Texas
“I felt we were a team—I had support from someone who had knowledge and insight. The concept of non-scale victories was new and powerful and I realize it is not all about the scale. When I remember all the positive results I have experienced—all the non-scale victories—I feel better about myself and my self-discipline. Thank you Jennifer Neily!”
Susie Phillips | Dallas, Texas
Why Choose Neily?
Philosophy built on the foundation of sound science-based nutrition principles. No cookie-cutter approach. No fads, no diets, no pills, no potions—rather health and wellness to fit your lifestyle. Habit formation central to success.
A one-on-one whole-person approach is done via virtual sessions—using my BE FREE Blueprint®. Together we identify where you currently are and where you want to be. We determine what works best, we redesign and we tweak—one step at a time.
With 23 plus years as a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), health coach certification, and a study of habit formation, you have the ideal situation. I have an established track record of helping people achieve their health goals.
Ready to Take the Next Step?
Click the link to schedule a no-obligation 30-minute complimentary session with Neily.
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