The CDC estimates as much as 80% of chronic diseases could be prevented, delayed, or alleviated, through simple lifestyle changes. We are all unique and have different genes, different backgrounds and environments. But even with our differences, there are some basic requirements for good health. Healthy eating, moving more, having a supportive social environment, eliminating risky behaviors and getting enough relaxation are all part of living a healthy life.
After I retired, I had time to pay more attention to my health and look into preventative measures for a long and healthy life. I understand and continue to learn about my family’s history of health and disease. I eat a healthy diet based on my personal need and beliefs, move a lot in all directions, and spend time with family and friends. I started to read and take classes on many aspects of health and then decided I would like to share that knowledge with others.
Even though I work with a wide range of people, I really enjoy working with people over 50 that have a desire to live as healthy as possible. As we get older, our bodies start to lose some of our natural defenses and may needs additional support. For some people that means moving more and better, eating to optimize their bodies needs, or learning how to relax. Maybe you don’t even know where to start. As a Health and Wellness Coach who also has education and experience in many aspects of health, I can help you reach your dreams and goals for better health.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life”
- Steve Jobs