Why hire a health coach?
Research suggests that up to 85% of chronic disease is caused by diet and lifestyle factors.
So that means, in most cases, that the solution involves changes to those diet and lifestyle factors. Makes sense, right?
However, making behavior changes like that can be difficult on your own.
If you are trying to change your diet and lifestyle, you need more help:
you need more detailed questions answered;
support for sticking with the protocol; and
modifications to your program when necessary.
Doctors are often too busy with other patients to provide this intensive level of care, but it's the perfect role for a certified health coach.
Depending on your health issue, in many cases diet, lifestyle, and behavioral changes may be all you need to mostly or even completely resolve your symptoms.
Food is the most powerful medicine we have available, and anyone can change their diet to eat more whole foods – starting today.
So, even if you're working with a doctor or physician's assistant, you may want to consider working with a certified health coach to get the support you need to change habits and follow through with protocols successfully.
This is exactly what I offer.
Affordable Coaching and Evaluation Options:
Results speak for themselves.
Of those clients who used Internet-Health Coaching:
89% reported improved overall health and well-being.
75% experienced fewer stress-related physical symptoms than at the beginning.
56% improved aerobic conditioning by increasing the amount of time spent exercising.
50% increased their healthy eating choices.
72% of those who lost weight lost more than five pounds
*YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO DRAMATICALLY IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH AND THAT OF YOUR FAMILY THROUGH TARGETED, PERSONALIZED ONE-ON-ONE COACHING PROGRAMS
My goal is for personal encouragement, empowerment, education, support and accountability to be accessible to ANYONE who sincerely desires it.
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I empower women to live well so they can model health and wholeness - spirit, soul and body - to their families, workplaces and communities.