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Health Coaching

                                        What is a Health Coach?

A Health Coach is a supportive mentor and wellness authority who works with clients to help them feel their best, through food and lifestyle changes. Instead of prescribing one diet or way of exercising, Health Coaches tailor individualized wellness programs to meet their clients' needs.


                  Why  should you hire a Health coach?


  • More than one-third (35.7 percent) of US adults are considered to be obese.

(Cynthia L. Ogden, Ph.D. et al,

 2015)

  • Obesity is a complex, serious and costly public health problem that’s on the rise everywhere in the United States, and Colorado is no exception. Obesity-related conditions include heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer, some of the leading causes of preventable death.                                 (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment,2017) 

  • The researchers calculated that both a lack of healthful foods and high intake of unhealthful foods contributed to more than 415,000 Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) deaths in the U.S. in 2015. Of these deaths, more than 222,000 occurred in men and more than 193,000 occurred in women. (N Darmon -,‎2015)

  • Poor lifestyle choices, such as smoking, overuse of alcohol, poor diet, lack of physical activity and inadequate relief of chronic stress are key contributors in the development and progression of preventable chronic diseases, including obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and several types of cancer (Cleveland Clinic, 2013)

  • Chronic diseases, often referred to as noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), usually emerge in middle age after long exposure to an unhealthy lifestyle involving tobacco use, a lack of regular physical activity, and consumption of diets rich in highly saturated fats, sugars, and salt, typified by "fast foods." This lifestyle results in higher levels of risk factors, such as hypertension, dyslipidemia, diabetes, and obesity that act independently and synergistically. The risk factors are frequently undiagnosed or inadequately managed in health services designed to treat acute conditions.  ( K Steyn , ‎2006)



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