Design a Healthy Lifestyle that You Love!

Hi and Welcome to A Whole New Life. I’m Stephanie, a Mom, a Coach and a whole foods Advocate. I’m on a mission to empower women to achieve truly healthy and thriving lives.

Through my integrative approach you will learn how to nourish your body with clean and delicious food, embrace movement you can enjoy and make subtle lifestyle modifications to achieve and maintain a truly vibrant life.

 

Stephanie Lang, CHHC

Health and Fitness Coach

Integrative Nutrition

(407) 697-0118

   

No more diets, no more guilt, and no more depriving yourself!

Lose weight, increase your energy and live in the vivacious body that you deserve.

“Stephanie helped me to finally lose the last of my baby weight, all 17 lbs of it. She didn’t just tell me what to do, she did it all with me. She showed me how to write meal plans, came to the grocery store with me and even came into my kitchen and cooked with me. When my kids ran into the kitchen she handed them a cutting board and put them to work, they loved it. She was so supportive and really cared about me and my goals. Thanks to Stephanie I have my body and my confidence back and my family is eating so much healthier.”

– Lisa (Windermere)

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Recent Posts

Speed Eaters Beware – A Lesson in Chewing

Speed Eaters Beware – A Lesson in Chewing

Mastication, otherwise known as chewing is the process by which food is crushed and ground by the teeth.  By now we all know that we need to chew our food, but it’s how and how long we chew that has a large impact on our health.  Speed eaters beware! Chewing...
Homemade Pizza Pockets – Freezer Friendly

Homemade Pizza Pockets – Freezer Friendly

When it comes to a kids favorite food, pizza usually makes the list.  Homemade pizza can be a very healthy and quick dinner option for those busy nights.  It’s a great way to sneak a variety of veggies into a meal and using a whole wheat crust ensures you are...
Why Water is SO Important in Your Daily Diet

Why Water is SO Important in Your Daily Diet

Did you know that over half of our body is made up of water?  Water plays an essential role in our bodily functions and is vital to good health. Drinking sufficient amounts of water on a daily basis is one of the single most impactful changes that you can make to...
Roasted Sweet Potatoes – You’ve Got to Try These!

Roasted Sweet Potatoes – You’ve Got to Try These!

Sweet potatoes are often overlooked as a healthy side dish and vegetable.  Their sweet flavor and soft texture make them incredibly versatile.  Sweet potatoes can be used in baked goods, tossed on the grill, roasted in the oven or even pureed for the little ones in...
How To Make Your Own Larabars – 4 Ways

How To Make Your Own Larabars – 4 Ways

Dates are the fruit of the date palm which originated in the Middle East. They are a popular ingredient in Middle Eastern cuisines and often served as special treats to visitors.  Dates are known for their exceptional sweetness. They are a very moist and meaty fruit...
Dinner Games – Having Fun at the Family Dinner Table

Dinner Games – Having Fun at the Family Dinner Table

Family dinners play an important role in our health and our family lives.  Gathering your family around the dinner table nightly allows you uninterrupted time to truly bond and come together after a long day.  As I posted in, The Importance of Family Dinner, children...
Homemade Popcorn – Stovetop or Brown Bag It!

Homemade Popcorn – Stovetop or Brown Bag It!

Food manufacturers have done a great job at taking perfectly natural healthy foods and turning them into nutritional nightmares.  Popcorn is a great example. In it’s natural state, popcorn is a simple whole grain.  As I recently posted here, a diet rich in whole...
Homemade Peanut Butter Crackers

Homemade Peanut Butter Crackers

I must admit we have a slight obsession with peanut butter in our house.  I literally have to limit the amount of PB my kids are eating.  It’s not just for PB & J sandwiches anymore, we put it in smoothies, on bananas, in our energy bites and even in our...
Whole Grains and The Carb Debate

Whole Grains and The Carb Debate

In a nation of fad diets, traditional whole foods are often wrongfully convicted. Such is the case of whole grains. The low-carb craze that surfaced in the mid 90’s, thanks largely to Dr. Atkins, has left many of us confused and even fearful of anything...