Being Healthy Doesn’t Have To Be So Hard

Get practical tips for LESS FOOD STRESS + MORE ENERGY in my free guide.

Are you too busy to be healthy?

If so, you’re in the right place.

I’m Lara Dalch, health and lifestyle coach to smart (and busy!) women who crave practical tools for living a healthy and meaningful life.

You’re probably pretty good brilliant at what you do–whether you’re a corporate lawyer, tech industry marketing exec, or go-getter entrepreneur. But you feel a little lost when it comes to taking care of your body.

You’re certain you’d soar even higher (and feel 100 times better) if you knew how to stress less + live more, what to do to have enough energy, and what to eat to manage your weight.

I believe that…

  • Good health is the most important tool that dynamic and driven women (like you) have to support their inspired life goals.
  • Eating well and being optimally healthy doesn’t have to be hard–in fact, it should feel effortless.
  • Real health is about a lot more than just food and exercise.

Are you ready to harness the power of good health to fuel your extraordinary life?

I’ll teach you how.




What Clients Are Saying

Sura Zaatari

Strategic Planner

“I saw numerous gastroenterologists and nutritionists before starting this program and none of them were able to help the way Lara did.”

Kim Greco

Entrepreneur/Dog Trainer

“It’s truly effortless for me now to make the choices that are aligned with what I want for myself and for my body…and it all started with The Effortless Eating Program.”

Kastyn Reid


“With Lara, I felt that I had a choice in what I ate and how I ate it rather than being on a strict diet.”

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