This Year Think Cause & Effect

We often associate the month of February with hearts because of Valentine’s Day. However, there’s another reason we should think about hearts in February. Since 1963, February has been recognized as “American Heart Month” and is intended advocate cardiovascular health and raise awareness about heart disease.

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Know Your Numbers

… In This Case, Your (FAT) Numbers?

We often hear the phrase “Know your numbers” as it relates to various aspects of our health. Typically, that phrase is related to knowing things like your cholesterol number or your blood pressure.

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New Year. New You. Still Possible!

Don’t Start “Ditching”!

Wow! How fast do these first few weeks of January seem to fly by? We are just a few weeks past the New Year’s Eve Ball dropping, but for many, those New Year intentions or (“resolutions") have sputtered.

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H.A.P.P.Y. N.E.W. Y.E.A.R!

  1. It is here and rollin! In many people’s minds, a new year brings hope and optimism. For others, the past two years (2020 and 2021) have been so darn odd, stressful and strained that they are just relieved to have the calendar flip. Either way you look at it, we want to wish all readers of our blog a healthy and happy year ahead.

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5 Ways YOU Can Win with Weight Loss This Year!

The launching of a new year is always an exciting time for us! We will coach many people toward achieving their “New Year’s Resolutions” – since many will be focused on health and wellness goals.

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5 MORE Tips for Turkey Day

Thanks for checking back after our last post to learn 5 MORE Tips for Turkey day! As we said in our last post this time of year can really challenge people’s weight –

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5 Tips for Turkey Day

Many studies point out that roughly 75% of annual weight gain takes place during the holiday season. The problem is that these pounds are hard to lose - and over the course of time they add up. After 10 years this can end up being 20 or more pounds.

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15% Matters!

WHAT IF ... the year was only 310 days long, not 365?

How would you adjust your annual goals? Obviously, we'd have to scale some things back because we wouldn’t be able to fit as much in. There would be less time for accomplishing all we want to; less time to spend with loved ones; less time to travel.

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Weight Loss Coaching

Helping Clients Succeed by Pushing … and NOT Pushing.

One very strong aspect of our clinical weight loss program is the SUPPORT model. We are proud and confident in saying we do quite well with that key area. As you might imagine, a support role is a challenging line to walk in any area of health and wellness. It is especially tough in weight loss!

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