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Lisa Carpenter CNC, CSNC, PN1, CPT  is the secret weapon for driven, ambitious, achievers who want to live, lead, and perform at their highest level.  They think they should have it all figured out but know something is holding them back from having the life, business or body they desire.  She helps her clients free themselves from judgment, move through their bullshit, and shift their perspectives so they can feel more peace, ease, joy, success and fulfillment.  Her Full Frontal Living™ message encourages her clients to stop trying to DO their way to success and empowers them to stay present to what they’re feeling and how they’re showing up in all areas of their life.

 

With nearly 20 years of coaching experience, an extensive background in nutrition and fitness Lisa brings a unique combination of coaching to her clients helping them claim a relationship in their lives, businesses or bodies free of stress, struggle and frustration.
Her work acknowledges the deep connection between our behaviours and our emotions helping her clients experience freedom from the constraints of societal beliefs that include dieting, hard work and sacrifice.  Her own personal family journey with addiction plays a role in her teachings as so often unhealthy behaviours are caused in an effort to numb out the emotions we don’t want to feel.

 

She’s the creator of E.A.T!™ and Feelings & Food™ her signature online weight loss and mindset programs and also the author of the international best selling Amazon book Let’s E.A.T!, Break the addictive cycle of dieting, lose weight and make peace with food and your body for life.  She’s also been featured on CBC radio and news and was voted as one of the top online weight loss programs and coaches in 2016. She’s also been featured on numerous podcasts and has spoken in front of many groups including dentists, teachers, breast cancer survivors, runners, Ironman competitors, and other fitness professionals. Additionally, she has graced the competitive fitness and figure stage, placing first multiple times, along with a top-10 national level placing at the Fitness Universe competition.

Lisa is also a loving wife and proud mother of three boys. She and her family live in Steveston, BC.

 

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INTERVIEW TOPICS

(for podcasts, radio, TV, vlogs, etc.)

The Secret to Sustainable Weight Loss

In a culture that worships trimmer waists, leaner thighs, and smaller bellies, women shame themselves into trying harder when the next diet fad comes along. But what if lasting weight loss has nothing to do with trying to lose weight? That’s the counterintuitive message of Let’s E.A.T!, the new book by nutrition expert Lisa Carpenter, who was voted one of the top online weight loss coaches in 2016. In this interview, Lisa explains how women can drop inches and lose weight by making peace with food and their bodies.

Want to Lose Weight But Love Food? Here’s How to Do Both.

Garfield once joked that diets are just “diet” with a “t.”

But Lisa Carpenter — nutrition expert, fitness professional and author of the new book Let’s E.A.T! — believes that eating nutritious foods and shedding those stubborn pounds does not mean you have to deprive yourself.

In this interview, Lisa proves that yes, you can lose weight and still eat the foods you love. It all goes back to proper nutrition, which is one of the most misunderstood topics in all of health and wellness.

Everything You Need to Know about Nutrition (That You Won’t Learn on a Diet)

With almost two decades in nutrition coaching and professional fitness, Lisa Carpenter has dedicated her life to helping women reclaim their relationship with themselves and their bodies.

That’s also the message of her new book Let’s E.A.T!, which includes a complete nutritional blueprint so women can reach their ideal body composition without depriving themselves.

In this interview, Lisa busts the myths about proteins, carbs, fats and more (that you probably thought were true).

 

Looking to interview Lisa?
Please send your request and relevant details to lisa@lisacarpenter.ca.