I was moved to tears by this note from one of our NutriFit clients this week. I had no idea I could make such a difference, and reading it so validates me and makes all the effort of dedicating the last 25 years to helping others as best as I can, completely worthwhile. I am deeply touched and grateful.
Hello Jackie –
I wanted to take this opportunity to let you know that your service has been the most wonderful experience. I want you to know that what you have done for me goes far beyond just providing nutritious meals and saving me some time.
When I signed up for your plan, I was in a very difficult place – I have been struggling with an eating disorder for quite some time now, and I was at a point where I had lost all trust and confidence in my own ability to properly take care of my food needs – both nutritionally and emotionally. While I was hyper aware of the nutritional values (vitamins, calories, etc) of all sorts of foods, I just didn’t know what a proper portion of food looked like anymore – I didn’t trust my judgment of how much I could comfortably eat, and I had developed a completely overwrought and irrational fear of certain foods (labeling them as “bad”) – so I decided I needed someone to help me feel confident again, and bring me back to a nurturing and fearless relationship with food.
That is when I called you. And you have helped me SO much. Not only in our first conversation, where you made me feel that you really cared for how I wanted to eat; your whole teams open, caring communications in all matters, the beautifully prepared meals, the feedback forms, our ongoing communications – you have no idea what all this has done for me. The first time I opened one of your bags I literally cried. Here was someone lovingly preparing a meal for me and putting it into little boxes that I could easily take to work or open when I came home at night… I have not felt taken care of in this way since my mom made me lunch sandwiches in elementary school.
Thank you thank you thank you. I assume that you already know this, but I want to tell you from my heart: What you do is making the world a better place.
All the very best.