I think my biggest apprehension prior to hiring Beth was my ability to implement her suggestions. It’s easy to think about changes, but a bit more difficult to actually make those changes stick. Beth started me with the 3 Tiny Habits—each session we would discuss three small (but effective) habits, write them down, and then the she would follow up with my progress at the next session. Instead of making huge (and seemingly insurmountable) goals like ‘eat healthier,’ I was able to focus on much more do-able habits, such as ‘incorporate a 4th meal between lunch and dinner.’ I am pleased to say that I’ve been able to keep all my tiny habits, even as my sessions have ended.
Beth is a wealth of knowledge—not only about the science behind food and food choices, but also how food choices impact daily life and athletic performance. But, and this is crucial, Beth doesn’t have that ‘know-it-all’ tone or attitude. She asks good questions about lifestyle, habits, preferences, and then helped me develop a nutrition plan that would help me achieve my goal (finishing a 50 mile ultra race without dying). Beth understood my desire to rely less on pre-packaged sports nutrition and use real foods as fuel, and also provided plenty of recipes so I could experiment and make my own. Better yet, Beth has a great sense of humor and is so easy to talk to.
I am a middle-of-the-pack runner, and I first thought going to a specialist like Beth is really reserved for elite and sub-elite athletes. But having gone through my training cycle for my ultra and succeeded in my goal, I realize that nutrition was the piece of the puzzle that had been missing from my wheelhouse all along. I have been very vocal among my running friends about the benefits of seeing an R.D. in general, and Beth specifically, as part of a training plan—as it’s not about eating more, it’s about eating better. Beth was able to help me make changes to my habits and food choices that not only positively affected my training plan and goal race, but are also critical to future successes.
Paige Sato October 13, 2016
My biggest fear was that I would not be able to be helped, and that I would continue to struggle to lose weight, and struggle to feel healthy. Instead, with Beth's expertise and positive support and guidance, she has helped me to achieve my goals. She has taught me the basics of staying active and to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Beth has always provided positive and attainable goals, She makes everything simple and easy to ...Read More
Beth is an expert on nutrition and offers so many ways to make small changes in your diet that lead to very big, positive changes in your energy level, emotional well being, and overall health. She provides so much useful information and great insight, as well stress relieving tips. She helps you create realistic goals that are very comfortable and attainable in a very relaxed and encouraging atmosphere. She is professional, knowledgeable, caring, and just ...Read More
If you need to be a healthier you, get in touch with Beth Candela. She will help you to feel stronger, be healthier and live a better quality of life.
I think my biggest apprehension prior to hiring Beth was my ability to implement her suggestions. It’s easy to think about changes, but a bit more difficult to actually make those changes stick. Beth started me with the 3 Tiny Habits—each session we would discuss three small (but effective) habits, write them down, and then the she would follow up with my progress at the next session. Instead of making huge (and seemingly insurmountable) goals ...Read More
Beth is AWESOME !!!!!!! I recently was diagnosed with Celiac and was having a hard time finding my way though. Beth Helped explain it all to me and figure out the whats and why's and has put me on track to a healthier and happier life. I have made incredible progress with her guidance. She is truly AMAZING ! Thank you