It’s time for you to learn how to feel good for good
A deeper understanding of how emotions and food habits work together will lead to deeper, longer-lasting results.
Born and raised in Milan, Italy, Eleonora Bastos is a best-selling author, speaker, and sought-after health-wellness professional who is striving to revolutionize the world of nutrition and overall well-being. She has been hand-picked to work with a number of renowned brands such as Victoria Beckham LTD, Radio Health UK, London One Radio, and WeWork to encourage and promote habits for physical and mental health.
As host of her own radio show entitled, “Health Starts On Mondays” broadcast via BBC affiliate London Radio One, Eleonora discusses her holistic approach and guides her audience of over 47,000 listeners across topics concerning the care of the mind, body and spirit. She has garnered international media coverage including Haute Living, VoyageLA, Good Morning LALA Land, to name just a few.
Having built a career as a health coach and speaker highlighting nutrition and wellness, Bastos shares her expertise with a commitment to inspire and empower people from all walks of life.
Eleonora’s method incorporates health, nutrition, and personal development as part of her individual, and tailored plans which are created to encourage clients and others to adopt a more gentle, balanced approach, ultimately aimed at improving their quality of life, thus, making her approach uniquely comprehensive.
The success of Eleonora’s first book, Go Feed Yourself: The Essential Guide To Feeling Healthier And Happier In Your Body, has found its way to the top of Amazon’s Best Sellers list. The book is designed as a 12 week program to help readers break free from the concept of dieting while simultaneously improving energy, preventing bloating, and creating an overall lasting positive impact on the mind, body, and spirit.
Eleonora’s passion for her work can be traced back to her early childhood during which she experienced some devastating events and challenges including sexual abuse which led to a perpetual struggle with eating disorders, depression, drug abuse, and self-injury.
At the age of 21, she relocated to the U.S. with a keen desire to re-write her story and pursue the “American Dream.” Motivated and inspired by her own personal journey, Eleonora became an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, a certification she received from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York in 2014.
Determined to contribute to the personal growth and development of others and to make a meaningful societal impact, in 2014 she opened her practice in Miami, Florida where she began to share her method with the community and those in need.
Eleonora continues to coach and provide 1-1 and corporate wellness programs and is consistently requested as a speaker by high profile organizations such as Victoria Beckham LTD, and other top professionals including celebrities and entrepreneurs worldwide.
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Does stress at your job or in your relationship cause you to overeat? Does lack of sleep or low energy prevent you from exercising? Our eating habits and emotional states are deeply intertwined, yet not many people know anything or address this deep correlation. Yes the food we eat impacts body deeply (our emotions, thoughts, mood, organs etc) but as humans we tend to make food choices (or get cravings) based on our physical and emotional state. A deeper understanding of how emotions and food habits work together will lead to deeper, longer-lasting results.
One size does not fit all
Being healthy does not have one definition or set of rules you have to live by as it looks different to everybody. Some of us struggle with reducing stress, getting enough sleep, or trying to quit smoking. Everyone is different. That’s why the journey towards health and weight loss is very personal. From the emotional triggers to the health conditions and the lifestyle habits, what may work for one person may not work for someone else. Only you can figure out what is right for your lifestyle, but these decisions start with having the right information. That’s where I can help you.