Coaching & Personalized Guidance
Carlisle Douglas, MA, CHHC, CMT is passionate about the power of nutrition to build healthy lives and communities. She is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Since 2016, Carlisle has mentored countless individuals in adopting the Always Hungry Solution and tailoring the program to work for their unique needs.
Carlisle maintains an active lifestyle with an accompanying voracious appetite. Before the Always Hungry Solution, she would try to fill her hungry belly with a huge bowl of lentil soup, not realizing that the resulting stupor was due to an overdose of “healthy“ carbs. Now with knowledge and habits to balance protein, fat and carbs at every meal, she enjoys vibrant energy all day long. Carlisle uses the framework of AH to put together simple meals with minimal time spent cooking so there’s time to get out and Seize the Day.
Carlisle has taught courses in sociology, women’s studies, leadership, life-skills and massage therapy over the last 30 years. She maintains a private practice in health coaching and teaches community education classes. She believes that when each person learns how to feel their very best each day, the world becomes a better place.
Kenzie Osborne is a Chef, Blogger, AH Health Coach and Recipe Developer. She graduated top of her class from the Culinary Nutrition Management program at George Brown College where she discovered the AH way of eating. Kenzie has since been actively involved with the Ludwigs developing new recipes as well as formatting meal plans and menus for those with special dietary needs.
The AH program allowed her to re-establish a healthy relationship with food, strengthen her body, and improve her high-performance athletic abilities. Her increased energy levels, decreased stress, mood improvements, and overall increased mental and physical health inspired her to share this program with others. From enhanced fitness to making at-home meals simple and enjoyable, Kenzie brings a wide range of skills to the coaching table.
Kenzie lives in Toronto where she enjoys experimenting with new and exciting flavors while developing strategies for home cooks to prepare delicious meals with ease. In addition to helping the AH team, Kenzie is a passionate food blogger and mental health advocate.
After years spent in finance, business management and running his own companies, Brian has finally found his true passion late in life. He has dedicated the last several years to learning and actively living the “Always Hungry?” way of life. He loves the 360-degree plan for living, and the science-based approach of AH.
During his many travels, Brian has met people from across the country who practice the principals outlined in “Always Hungry?” Brian is thankful to have learned so much from each person he’s met. He feels fortunate to have shared his personal journey towards better health with many others. Brian was particularly blessed to have shared his story with sports writer and author Bill Gifford in the February 2018 issue of “Men’s Health”.
Brian formally started working with the “Always Hungry Jump Start Solution” in December 2019. As a life long learner, he decided to continue my education in health coaching and nutrition through Cornell University’s distance learning program. Brian firmly believes that there is no obstacle that cannot be overcome with an open mind, dedication, quiet meditation and reflection. Brian looks forward to continue to work with and learn from others as they embark on their journey to health and happiness.
Michael Denton became an AH Health Coach because of the overwhelmingly positive impact that AH has had on his life over the past 2 years. He has been on the Ludwig team as a Facebook Group Moderator for one year, and is excited to now be coaching clients to achieve their health and wellness goals. Although he managed to lose 90 pounds through eating well and joyful movement, he believes the weight loss to just be the healthy side effect of the AH program. The numerous other benefits that AH confers are much more rewarding. In fact, he prefers to emphasize better measurements of improving health and fat loss, such as inches lost, how clothing fits, improved mood, overall mental and physical energy, how he feels in his own body, and various health measurements.
AH eating restored Michael’s health in many ways. The program helped him learn what foods nourish him and how to listen to what his body needs. He hopes to get his clients started on this path too.
Michael lives in Florida with his partner, Peter, where he is a professor teaching about higher education environments and college student development. He is a first-degree black belt in Judo and fifth-degree black belt in Aikido. His current physical exercise focus is on weightlifting and building muscle. He is a voracious reader, and loves learning. He collects designer art toys and Godzilla merchandise, as well as enjoys listening to podcasts and watching movies.