Helping Addicts in Early Recovery Rebuild and Maintain Radiant Health through Nutrition to Help Prevent Relapse.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
10/10: 10! It’s clear what she is offering and how it will help.
10/10: Very clear what she offers.
10/10: It’s obvious who you help (addicts in early recovery), what you help them with (rebuild and maintain health), how (nutrition) and why (prevent relapse). A very clear avatar.
Looks awesome and very clear!
8/10: Wow! Why “early recovery”? Can’t it just be “recovery”? Great service!
That’s great, Jennifer. Hope you put it on your website. It makes lots of sense. I was fed cows milk with water and sugar, instead of breastfed. I’m so ancient, there were no baby formulas then. Sugar has been an issue all my life. Thank goodness it’s much better now, I manage to keep off it. Sugar is a great poison of our times. Keep up the great work. Wishing you lots of luck!
I really love this Jennifer Seitzer. How can I best support you?
9/10: Love it. As I have a good friend who is an addict, I’d love for her to have this support.
10/10: This is excellent. The one thing that would make it more clear for me is location. Do you go to their house to help? Or do they come to you? And because I know someone who works with recovering addicts, I’m curious. . . Do your clients connect with you directly? Or are they directed to you via social workers and counselors?
9/10: Clear, maybe clear on what type of addicts?
8/10: All addicts? Food addicts or workaholic’s included and can nutrition help them?
9/10: I’m not sure addicts have “radiant health”, but the rest is super clear!
I love your business Jennifer!
9/10: Who, what and how, fab.
9/10: The group you want to work and at what stage is very clear. Given the number of addictions, honing in a bit further for clarity would be identifying the type of addiction(s).
8/10: What kind of addicts and what constitutes early recovery? Are you helping addicts who are months in? Years in? Weeks in? And I think preventing relapse should come early, like “I help addicts in early recovery prevent relapse and promote health through nutrition.”
Jennifer Seitzer’s Reflections:
Jennifer Seitzer Thank you. I chose early recovery to help put in place a solid foundation to take them throughout their recovery path. Any stage would benefit but I have found that in early recovery when we rebuild the body and rebuild the mindset in a positive way there is less chance of relapse as I cover eliminating sugar cravings which is very high for those in early recovery, especially those who are alcoholics. When detoxing one of the first things an addict will feel is intense cravings (withdrawals of course) and alcohol is laden with sugar so the easiest “remedy” is sugar laden foods, coffee, energy drinks etc. With an easy, simple but powerful nutrition plan they now can be set up for success.
Drugs and Alcohol are the addicts I work with, although a lot of the time there is a duel diagnosis and other process addictions in the mix. I work with rebuilding their health through nutrition. Nutrition can be key in helping rebuild their health and also help in eliminating sugar cravings which in turn can help prevent relapse (it is not an end all be all, this is alongside any other treatment they are utilizing).
Early Recovery is from 30 days to 6 months. Middle is 6 months to a year and long term is a year to 18 months+. In the early stages of recovery, alongside whatever program an addict is working through, rebuilding one’s health can be vital to helping prevent relapse. With clean wholesome foods, supplementation, exercise etc. these are all keys in helping to prevent possible relapse.
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