Maryland Nutrition Coach Wendy Martens Launches New Website New Pathway to Health

Psychology of eating coach Wendy Martens announces a new website which features personalized sustainable weight loss mentoring for clients with health concerns.

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Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) May 16, 2013

Wendy Martens, a psychology of eating coach, has unveiled a new website for her business New Pathway to Health, which is designed for men and women with weight concerns, body image challenges and those facing nutrition related health concerns. Specializing in clients over age 40, Martens also works with those plagued by binge eating and overeating. “What if you were able to easily go hiking with your family, feel great at the beach, go to parties and dance all night, fit into that dress or pair of pants that you’ve been saving for when you lose weight?” asks Martens.

Her new website NewPathwaytoHealth.com features several tips on how to lose the diet and weight and a free copy of her ebook “Top 10 Commandments to Losing Weight without the Stress.” She is a mentor who guides clients along new paths to sustainable weight loss and toward finding pleasure and nourishment in food without dieting.

In her health coaching practice, Martens works one­-on-­one with clients to help them get off the weight­ loss roller coaster and to lose fat without thinking of food as the enemy. She debunks the myths of “good foods” and “bad foods” in her nutritional coaching. “Anything can turn into poison if we eat too much, even if it’s the healthiest food on the planet,” Martens said.

She works with people to help them feel more vibrant and energized and to stop thinking about their weight and looks and dieting and to concentrate on just being their best. She teaches ways to help clients reach their ideal weight without dieting while eating the foods they like.

Martens has been in the helping profession most of her career. She attended George Washington University to get her graduate degree in counseling and became a hospice grief counselor. She also has served as an analyst with the U.S. Investigative Services. Later she attended the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Located in New York City, the institute certifies health coaches. After graduating three years ago Martens started her business New Pathway to Health.

She also holds a Certification from the Institute for Psychology of Eating. “I have just been accepted into the Institute for the Psychology of Eating teacher training and am thrilled that I will be able to bring relaxation and healthy eating to more and more clients,” Martens said. More information about her unique coaching enterprise is available at her new website NewPathwaytoHealth.com.


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