Hi, I'm Andrea! My mission is to help adults with ADHD alleviate brain health issues through self-empowerment tools. I want to help you reclaim your life.
I’m Andrea Toole, Certified Transformational Nutrition Coach (CTNC) and I want to help you take back your life.
I help women with ADHD empower themselves to alleviate their brain health issues so that they can live life with more ease and joy.
- Learn to love your brain.
- Identify imbalances and fix them.
You shouldn’t be your own enemy. You and your brain need to be friends. You need to love your brain.
I work with you on a strategy to get you living in harmony.
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To help you alleviate your brain health issues through self-empowerment tools.
The Family Business,
or How I inherited my passion for healthy living
That’s where it starts.
It’s part of my inspiration to be a healer.
My Path to Healer
I've always known that I want to help people. One of my first answers ever to “What do you want to be when you grow up?” was “doctor”. I had no sense of the process or the education, but I liked the idea of helping people feel better. When I was 7, I thought, “Doctors help people”. In high school, I thought I wanted to become a lawyer to help people. The mere idea of taking the LSATs sent me into a panic, so I kiboshed that idea.
My ADHD Experience
Or, Hey, what qualifies YOU to be an ADHD coach? You don't have a coaching degree!
I've lived it. That's what.
When I was around 20 years old, it was suggested to me by a medical professional that I had ADHD. I'd heard the word before and had vaguely considered it, but at this point, it all suddenly became clear. My aunt recommended the book The A.D.D. Nutrition Solution: A Drug-Free 30 Day Plan by Marcia Zimmerman to me. It changed my life.
With ADHD and bouts of depression, my brain health is a constant challenge, and I need to stay on top of it.
For years I actually forgot that I had mental health challenges. My symptoms lay dormant. As a new health coach, I didn't think I had personal experience to use as an area of expertise. I felt a bit inadequate in this way because it seems like most credible coaches have a “how I healed myself” story that led to an epiphany that took them by the hand and led them to their new path. Their experience makes them credible and relatable.
I forgot that I had that. When my ADHD symptoms flared up in 2017, and the Depression Monster returned for me at the same time (it was the same trigger for both), my “niche” became clear to me. I knew that I had to help people the way I'd helped myself. Helping is my role in life.