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Terms & Conditions

The Eat Smart Program agrees to:

  • Provide weekly meetings for the duration of 10 weeks to explain the habits and principles as well as answer questions as they arise. In the event that a class must be canceled, The Eat Smart Program will do its best to reschedule as close to that date as possible.
  • Provide twice daily texting for the purposes of reminding the client of their current habit and for holding the client accountable to the habits.
  • Provide daily emails with educational content focused on the topic of nutrition and physique change.
  • Provide weekly contact with the registered dietitian or Eat Smart practitioner.
  • Keep the client's cell phone number, credit or debit card number and email address as well as any other information regarding the client confidential.

The client agrees to:

  • Pay three payments of $127.00 or pay in full at the start of the program ($361). The three payments will be taken once upon signup, once 4 weeks into the program and then again 4 weeks later. The client shall pay this fee whether or not he/she completes the program.
  • Provide a cell number that is text capable to receive the daily reminders and accountability texts.
  • Provide a working email address to receive daily emails.
  • Keep in contact with the instructor. Your success means a lot to us and we want to help you succeed!
**If the client wishes to have a hard copy of the weekly lessons, he/she will be responsible for printing.

Terms & Conditions

The Eat Smart Program agrees to:

  • Provide weekly meetings for the duration of 10 weeks to explain the habits and principles as well as answer questions as they arise. In the event that a class must be canceled, The Eat Smart Program will do its best to reschedule as close to that date as possible.
  • Provide twice daily texting for the purposes of reminding the client of their current habit and for holding the client accountable to the habits.
  • Provide daily emails with educational content focused on the topic of nutrition and physique change.
  • Provide weekly contact with the registered dietitian or Eat Smart practitioner.
  • Keep the client's cell phone number, credit or debit card number and email address as well as any other information regarding the client confidential.

The client agrees to:

  • Pay three payments of $97.00 or pay in full at the start of the program ($271). The three payments will be taken once upon signup, once 4 weeks into the program and then again 4 weeks later. The client shall pay this fee whether or not he/she completes the program.
  • Provide a cell number that is text capable to receive the daily reminders and accountability texts.
  • Provide a working email address to receive daily emails.
  • Keep in contact with the instructor. Your success means a lot to us and we want to help you succeed!
**If the client wishes to have a hard copy of the weekly lessons, he/she will be responsible for printing.

It’s OK to put yourself first

Jul 05 2015

The Dailyworth.com is a financial media company for women that produces a daily newsletter with very interesting articles. A recent article I read reminded me about one of the concepts we teach in Eat Smart.

The article is titled ‘What No One Ever Tells You About Work-Life Balance.’ In the article, business women are asked to share what they were surprised to learn about the notorious pursuit of “having it all.” One of the women commented ‘Put yourself first.’ Although this may seem selfish, especially when some women have multiple children, a husband and/or aging parents to tend to. However, the woman continued to explain how, just like putting your oxygen mask on first in an airplane is necessary, so is taking take of yourself and making sure you are healthy and fit.

An unhealthy, unfit, depressed person may be temporarily able to care for others, but the long-term toll it takes on the body and mind are not worth the short-term benefits. Yes, not taking the time to exercise may give you enough time to drive an over-long commute to work or stay up a little later to clean the house, but avoiding exercise for too long will result in decreased health.

Nutrition is just the same. Not taking the time to plan healthy meals and snacks will produce hidden health dangers later on. Always taking the easy way out because your time is needed helping others will not benefit yourself or your loved ones.

If you are one of those who feels guilty for exercising or spending a little extra money on healthy foods, remind yourself that putting yourself first will help you reach a better life/work balance in the end.