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Meet Chloe Comstock of Satisfied Nutrition

Today we’d like to introduce you to Chloe Comstock.

Hi Chloe, thanks for joining us today. We’d love for you to start by introducing yourself.
I graduated from NC State University with a bachelor’s degree in Applied Nutrition and a minor in Psychology.

While in high school, I discovered food intolerances that were impacting my joint health and overall quality of life. This sent me down a path of researching food, nutrition, and exercise science as much as I possibly could. It became such a passion of mine that I chose to make that my career.

After dealing with disordered eating patterns throughout my time in college, it became very clear to me how desperate the need is for proper education around food and nutrition. That sent me on the path to becoming a nutrition coach with a specialization in hormones and women’s health.

Would you say it’s been a smooth road, and if not what are some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced along the way?
It is intimidating to start your own business, especially right out of college.

The main struggle was having to invest financially upfront into my business without making any money for the first few months! I am so thankful I had the resources to do so.

Thanks for sharing that. So, maybe next you can tell us a bit more about your business?
Satisfied Nutrition is the place to find virtual nutrition coaching that is individualized and evidence-based. I founded Satisfied Nutrition because I want to help women sort through all of the confusion around health and nutrition. I want women to get to their goals and actually stay healthy for the rest of their life!

There is a giant industry shoving the latest and greatest fad diets in front of our faces, but these diets very rarely produce sustainable results. I am here to coach women on nutrition and lifestyle choices that will help them get to their goals and stay there!

I specialize in women’s health and hormones because I recognize the deep need for that in the market. Women’s bodies are very complex, and it is important to have a nutrition coach that is knowledgeable on the intricacies of how we process food, stress, environmental toxins, exercise… the list goes on. Health and nutrition should be individualized, which is why I adapt my coaching to each of my clients.

I relate to my clients. I have been through the process of trying to learn what to actually put in my body, been led astray, and developed an unhealthy relationship with food. I am not just instructing my clients on what to eat. I coach my clients on how to eat nutrient-rich foods, fuel their bodies properly, and enjoy their favorite treat! That is how we make a healthy lifestyle sustainable.

I offer 1-on-1 nutrition coaching, and soon I will be offering personal training as well! I focus on the many aspects of health that impact my client’s goals: nutrition, hydration, exercise, sleep, stress, and spiritual health!

I also offer nutrition and health education for free on my Instagram page, @satisfiednutrition, and Facebook group “Busy Gal’s Group to Tone Up and be Truly Healthy.” I want anyone to be able to have access to those free resources!

Can you tell us more about what you were like growing up?
I have always been full of energy!

While the rest of my family was sitting around the dinner table, I would be walking circles around the table grabbing a bit of food each time I passed by my plate. I just couldn’t sit still! Much to my parent’s delight, I got some of that energy out of playing soccer.

During my teenage years, I spent most of my time in my church. I spent a lot of time serving and leading in my church, which shaped me into who I am today. That experience showed me how much I enjoy working with people and encouraging transformation in my clients!

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Anna Downs Photography

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