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Written by: Ditsa Keren on Dec 29th, 2022

Be About Being Better, a wellness step-by-step transformational journey. 

How did you come up with the idea of Be About Being Better?

I was programmed to become a doctor, as I come from a family of physicians. But after spending time in the medical field as a Medical Scribe, I realized I wanted to develop my career in the preventive side of a patient's health and wellness, versus in the managing of chronic diseases via prescription medications and surgeries. So I invested my savings into launching my private business, which I chose to name: "Be About Being Better." 

The name fits my aspirations to always strive for a higher level of success, as well as that of my clients’ profiles, who are high achieving individuals with tremendous ambitions. 

Unfortunately, when we are highly motivated to do better we may fall victim to seeking instantaneous results, resulting in crash diets that are not only useless but counterproductive to our health. 

So, I strive to help people reach high performance and live a vibrant life by cultivating a sustainable step-by-step healthy lifestyle. The key is patience and perseverance. Once we have improved our health and well-being, we feel motivated to sustain the change and cultivate a habit for life. 

Are your diets based on specific traditions or are they personalized to suit every client's needs?

I practice a non-diet approach. I strive to get my clients away from dieting and  emotional/binge eating and I discourage negative self-talk and poor body image. 

As a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, I teach my clients how to ditch the fad diets and lean on intuitive eating. We do this by making all foods available (no food is off limits) and tuning into our bodies’ biological cues for hunger and fullness, energy and depletion. 

We respond to those cues out of care, love and respect for ourselves so we really establish a new relationship with ourselves. 

At Be About Being Better, we customize each client's approach because everyone is different and has a different dieting history; thus, each client needs a different approach to boost and improve their health.

Which diet programs are the most popular among your customers?

A lot of my clients come to me after trying Weight Watchers (WW), Noom, Keto, Beachbody, and Optavia -- all fad/crash diets or programs that are not sustainable long term. When clients come to work with me, they've dieted enough times to know that it doesn't work and if they lose any weight, they always gain more back. So by the time they come to me, they are ready to tackle a sustainable non-diet approach solution for life. 

Does your approach address issues like trauma or childhood issues leading to eating disorders?

Yes. I work with people that suffer from eating disorders; some have recovered from an eating disorder, and most have disordered eating patterns.

Whenever someone struggles with their relationship with food, it's never about the food, the food is just a crutch, a symptom of a deeper unresolved issue. . 

So, my approach at Be About Being Better does help bring to light what's really going on. However, the bounds of my expertise sometimes requires the intervention of other professionals and mental health therapists. The combination of therapy with our programs really accelerates the clients’ healing. 

How does the "small steps" method work and why do you think it is most effective?

The "small steps" method trains my clients to build momentum and create consistency in their lives. It helps them get over their "all or nothing" mentality. 

Crash dieting is like driving. When you drive a car you stop at a red light and take off when it turns green. 

Imagine crash dieting as a driving spree where you burn all the green lights. But the next day you are so exhausted that you stop at a red light and give up dieting altogether.

The "small steps" method is more like driving through a school zone. You may not get there as fast, but you're still moving forward and improving towards your goal. Plus, it's not realistic to be firing on all cylinders and doing all the things for our health all the time, but we can always do something. And something is better than nothing.

Where is the best place for people to find you and get support?

Instagram & Tiktok! Both @ abbie.stasior

Instagram = https://www.instagram.com/abbie.stasior/

TikTok = https://www.tiktok.com/@abbie.stasior

If you need support with your health and are curious about my coaching, take my quiz to see which of my health coaching programs could be for you! http://bit.ly/Whichprogramquiz

About The Author

Ditsa Keren
PR Writer, Delivery Rank
Ditsa is a tech blogger and entrepreneur with a passion for innovative solutions that eliminate food waste and increase food security.
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