Featured Heart-Centered Business: Tricia Silverman

Healthy Dividends: Investments in Nutrition, Movement, and Healthy Habits that Pay Off

Tricia Silverman is a registered dietitian, certified wellness coach, and fitness instructor. She has owned Tricia Silverman Wellness, a nutrition and wellness consulting firm in Massachusetts, since 2004. She is a professional international speaker, author, and specializes in employee and group wellness seminars and programs. She wrote the recent Amazon international bestseller, Healthy Dividends: Investments in Nutrition, Movement, and Healthy Habits that Pay Off.

Want to lose weight, gain energy, increase productivity, and live a longer, healthier life?

As an expert in nutrition, wellness coaching, and fitness, Tricia Silverman shares countless tips in this book. These tips are investments that yield the results—or wellness dividends—you desire.

Wondering how to start eating healthy, or how to lose weight?
Learn the nuts and bolts of the NuTricia’s Way of Eating. Use Tricia’s Nutrition Staircase to learn the steps you can take on your journey toward optimal health. Learn easy ways to figure out how many calories and protein grams you need. Learn why the Keto and Paleo diets may be shortening your lifespan, and even setting the stage for cancer, heart disease, and more!

Hoping to live a long, flourishing life?
Explore Tricia’s 10 Tips for Longevity! She’ll reveal what she’s learned from teaching Healthy Aging at Northeastern University, visiting areas of longevity, and leading the Active Aging Nutrition Certification across the US for the SCW Fitness Education Company. Read about Elizabeth, who lost almost one hundred pounds and saved thousands on copays for medications and healthcare services she no longer needs.

Looking to learn more about healthy shopping and restaurant eating?
Learn how to plan your shopping and meals to save time and money. Learn about the NuTricia’s T Plan for dining out, so you can enjoy a restaurant meal or takeout while still supporting your nutrition and wellness goals.
More information about Tricia can be found at: https://www.triciasilverman.com/

I asked Tricia to tell me what motivated her to write her book and create her business:

When I was overweight as a child, there were only a handful of books available at the library about nutrition. They were gimmicky and promoted faddish ways of eating such as following a popcorn or ice cream diet. I remember my mom had a copy of the grapefruit diet that had been typed on a typewriter and shared many times. It seemed very unpalatable, and there was not much to eat. The path to weight loss was so confusing.

I discovered in high school that exercise and eating a sensible diet could support weight loss, but I still had an “on a diet/off a diet” way of thinking about food. I was intrigued about the idea of going to college to become a registered dietitian. This would help me to become an expert in nutrition, and to figure out how to help myself and others.

After becoming a dietitian and working for several organizations, I decided to create my own business to be able to focus on the way I helped people best- through speaking and coaching. Upon doing this for several years, I found there was more to say when a one-hour consultation or presentation ended. I wrote Healthy Dividends: Investments in Nutrition, Movement, and Healthy Habits that Pay Off to give people additional helpful hints on optimizing their nutrition. While writing, I kept in mind the type of information that people are looking for in a nutrition book, whether they want to feel better, lose weight, have more energy, or live longer. I sprinkled motivational stories throughout the book to help inspire my readers. Luckily, with sound nutrition books like Healthy Dividends available, people of all ages can avoid the melted ice cream and stale popcorn diets of the past.

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