Privacy Policy

The health coaching relationship, including all the information that the client shares with the coach as part of this relationship, is currently not bound by HIPAA.  However, as a matter of best practice, we believe in operating as if we were:

Health coaches use the information provided by clients (forms, verbal information, emails, etc.) to personalize educational content for that client.  We do not share any information with third parties.

If this ever changes, we will let clients know via email.


Our payment processor is Stripe.

Here is their privacy policy.

Cookies staff think cookies are gross; we don't use digital or dessert cookies 'round these parts.  However, our web host, Google Sites, tracks our website visitors per their norm.  They also host our email, forms, drive, and documents.  It's safe to assume that they know a disturbing amount of information about everyone.

Terms and Conditions

The information provided on this website, during coaching sessions, and on social media is for informational purposes only; it is not intended to substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  Always seek advice from your physician or other qualified healthcare provider before undertaking a new health regimen, and do not disregard medical advice or delay seeking medical advice because of information from us.


Our content is, well, ours.  Don't steal.

If you share one of our videos, memes, or other content, don't remove our logo or otherwise modify it.


We only recommend products that we use ourselves and believe in.  Product recommendations are not paid sponsorships unless otherwise noted, and we'll make it obvious when they are.


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Scope of Practice

Health Coaches have a complimentary role to medical providers (physicians, nurse practitioners, PAs), who ultimately have the authority to diagnose disease and prescribe medications.  Health Coaches can provide information regarding nutrition, but cannot prescribe a specific meal plan.  To clarify the difference, "diet" is a general way of eating, while a "meal plan" is eat-this-at-this-time direction.

Registered Dieticians can prescribe a specific meal plan; they share this authority with physicians.

Registered Nurses have a wider Scope of Practice than Health Coaches and have additional oversight that varies state by state.


Is this going to be easy?

A better question: will not changing be easier?

Many health problems are overwhelmingly complex, but their solution can be incredibly simple.  Simple, however, doesn't mean easy.

If you don't start down a new path now, how easy will being in your shoes feel five years from now?  Being diabetic isn't easy.  Having chronic pain isn't easy.  Mental illness isn't easy.  Insomnia isn't easy.  Change is hard, but not changing is worse!

I want to get off my SSRI.  Can you help?

Yes, we can help, BUT our services are a complement to those of your prescriber who alone has the authority to change your prescriptions.  Here's how we help:

The journey to being on as few medications as possible (including possibly no meds) can take a long time; this process varies greatly and can even take  years.  As health coaches, we don't want a relationship that lasts years - our program is designed to foster your autonomy.  We believe there is a universal foundation to wellness too often ignored by the current medical establishment, and that is where we start; often, clients will have only just begun their taper before the end of their coaching.  Why?  Because you need to set your foundation before you can progress to deprescribing, and tapers can take a long time.

My doctor says you are spreading dangerous misinformation.

If you have a provider who is themselves the picture of health and your life is steadily improving under their care, your probably don't need a health coach.

If you have been following the recommendations of the medical establishment for years and don't feel like you are moving in the right direction, you will fit right in with our community: people who have had their lives drastically improve after making lifestyle changes that make some doctors raise their eyebrows.  We believe that with our help you will not only be able to tell your doctor how much better you feel, but will also show undeniable, objective improvements in your health (such as weight, A1C, blood pressure, etc.).  Individual results will vary (of course).

Who is NOT a good fit for your coaching?

If you hope to maintain a plant-based diet, this is not the right program for you.

If you are not ready to change what you eat, this is not the right program for you.

If you are not ready to change how you move, this is not the right program for you.  The good news is that our exercise advice is probably a lot more manageable than you might expect; it can reasonably be done by anybody, even from a sedentary starting point, even with minimal time available, even without a gym membership or equipment.

Why I have a minimal presence on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube

I created placeholder accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube to give people a launching point to find me on Rumble, Substack, and X.  For now, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube are a necessary evil.  “Evil” is not hyperbolic.  Meta, for example, puts far more energy into censoring free and true speech than they do into stopping child sex trafficking on their Instagram platform.

A New Mexico Department of Justice Lawsuit states:

Over the past few months, the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office carried out an undercover investigation of Meta’s platforms, creating decoy accounts of children 14-years and younger. The Office gathered evidence that those platforms have:

I have personally experienced censorship on Meta’s platforms regarding healthcare-related topics in which I have professional experience.  I’m censored, but predators aren’t?

There are many people doing good work using Instagram and Facebook by spreading awareness about a Proper Human Diet and metabolic psychiatry.  I support them and hope they are able to reach a large audience, but I won’t be putting in efforts to grow an audience there myself; I’ll spend my time on Twitter and Rumble instead.

When Elon took over Twitter, he inherited their problem with child exploitation and sex trafficking.  He fired 80% of their staff without the platform losing functionality; what were all those staff focusing on that was more important than protecting children?  Like Meta, they were putting extraordinary efforts into the censorship of political and medical information (even information they knew was true).

Likewise, YouTube explicitly states in their Medical Misinformation Policy that “YouTube doesn't allow content that poses a serious risk of egregious harm by spreading medical misinformation that contradicts local health authorities’ (LHAs) or the World Health Organization’s (WHO) guidance about specific health conditions and substances.”  Of course, during Covid, YouTube censored true stories and amplified establishment voices that were wrong about… well, nearly everything.

Rumble is a YouTube alternative that actually values the First Amendment.  X, under Elon Musk, now values the First Amendment.  Neither platform is in the business of facilitating child predators, and that’s why they will get my time and attention.

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