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Calgary, Alberta – According to a recent survey conducted by the Ministry of Health, 85 percent of Canadian women are dissatisfied with their bodies. Historically, the most widely accepted solution to improving our health has been diets, and yet statistics show that a staggering 95 percent of all diets fail.
Diets are fundamentally about deprivation, but as we all know, when we tell ourselves we can’t have something we just want it more. This “all or nothing” approach is why diets are unsustainable and an ineffective means of reaching your long-term health goals.
Sherry Matheson is a coach, facilitator and co-founder of Ingredients for a Healthy Lifestyle, a health and wellness coaching practice dedicated to helping individuals change their mindset and behaviors to promote long-term sustainable change in their health and wellbeing.
“Everyone has their own unique recipe for a healthy life,” says Sherry. “I’m passionate about health and wellness because I truly feel we can’t be our best without it; we can’t be the best employees we want to be or the best parents we want to be.”
As health and wellness coaches, Sherry, along with her co-founder Jamie Davidoff, explore how all the areas of your life are connected to your health and well-being. Sherry and Jamie work with their clients to find the right mix of ingredients to reach their optimal health goals.
“Diets have truly failed us. We don’t feel like we can be successful with another diet,” says Sherry. “The approach Jamie and I take is completely different because we really do focus on getting rid of the dieting mentality. We teach our clients to be more mindful of what they’re eating, to listen to what their body wants and develop a better relationship with food.”
Are you ready to start your journey to "Staying Healthy" by changing your lifestyle for the good. My first guest speaker Karen Harcum MSM, CHHC, AADP will show you how to make that first step, that will lead to a committed healthy lifestyle. She is the Founder and leader of My Body Is Temple. Karen is a Certified Holistic Health Coach/Counselor. She pursued and earned a certification in nutrition from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition located in New York. Karen earned a Master’s of Science in Management focusing on leadership from Kaplan University. She now enjoys teaching health, healing and wholeness through nutrition in private, group or corporate settings. Karen, also, received a certificate in Biblical Counseling from Christian Research and Development. She believes the body, just like the mind and the spirit, is an equal leg in worship and being whole. - See more at:http://mybodyistemple.com/
Lee Haney and I welcome Brenda Boswell, founder of the Healthy Lifestyle Showcase in Atlanta.
All too often, many people have a tendency to disregard their physical health...especially when they seem to believe the other areas of their life are going so smoothly. However, what they fail to recognize is that while an individual's social, occupational, financial, spiritual, and/or other areas might be functioning well, there are often a wide-array of health-related factors that are slowly but surely taking root within their physical infrastructure.
While a growing number of faith-based congregations are beginning to understand the relevance in seeking to help in the healing of the ENTIRE person--mind, body and soul, there is still a large number who have not effectively addressed this particular area of importance yet. Each day, week, month and year alarming numbers of people of all ages and backgounds are dying long before their appointed time. Those who don't succumb relatively quickly often suffer as a result of lingering conditions.
Brenda and her team are addresssing these concerns with the Healthy Lifestyle showcase in Atlanta, Saturday, September 14, 2013 .
Join us as we talk about how she was inspired to create this event and how you can help us spread the word about health and wellness.
What are you eating? How is it prepared? Are you struggling with food tasting too bland, yet your health issues dictate a change? Would you like to eat healthy and still enjoy good tasting food?
Join Frank and Blondie Clayton, along with guest nutritionist, health educator and trainer, Vera Stevens, for a lively discussion on your health and how to season your food and still enjoy the flavor and stay healthy.
Al Diaz and co-host Dan Tarta share their insights on "Healthy Lifestyle"
Tuesday, January 14th 10am PST
Dan Tarta is a dental surgeon from Germany, moved many years to Spain, running a successful dental clinic, catering for patients from abroad, offering dental tourism services.
Dan is still the owner of the dental clinic. But quit his job for further personal development one year ago and cure himself from ill health, too much stress, bad habits and rejuvenated through a new healthy lifestyle which he started to live. Dan has discovered himself and what happy living really means, and currently living a balanced life, listening to my inner self!
Sharon Steele is a single mother of two and a fitness professional with the stated mission of encouraging people to embrace a healthy active lifestyle by offering fun, safe, and effective fitness classes suitable for various ages and abilities. She first learned to ride a bicycle at age 4 and has been riding most of her life. In 2010, she participated in her first Tour de Cure event, riding the 32K in Silcon Valley. She has since ridden in the Napa Tour de Cure twice (50 and 100 miles) and rode in the very first Tour de Cure Women's Series event in Santa Barbara in 2013 completing the 67 mile course. This event catapulted her love for cycling to new heights, converting her into a true roadie and soon to be competitive cyclist.
Sharon does not have diabetes. She descends from a family where type 2 diabetes and its complications are prevalent: mother, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins. She is of the belief that leading a healthy lifestyle can greatly reduce her risk for developing the disease for which she may be genetically predisposed. Her passion is to reach those communities that are at high risk and inform them of the common complications associated with diabetes and of ways type 2 diabetes can be delayed, managed or even prevented by the lifestyle choices we make. Sharon also has several friends who live with type 1 diabetes. It is her hope that helping to raise awareness about the work of the American Diabetes Association will aid in their gaining access to more resources toward developing a cure.
Healthy Living Step No. 1: Take stock.
Your first step toward healthy living is to get a handle on your health status right now. Here's your to-do list:
Make appointments with your doctor and dentist. Catch up on your routine screening and immunizations, and take the opportunity to ask your doctor any questions you might have.
Gauge your girth. Measure your height and weight to check your BMI, and measure your waist circumference to see if you're overweight and if your waistline is putting your health at risk.
Assess your activity. How much physical activity do you get in a typical week? How intense is that activity? How much variety do you get in your activity, and how much do you enjoy it? The CDC recommends that adults get at least two and a half hours per week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity or one hour and 15 minutes per week of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity, plus muscle-strengthening activities at least two days per week.
Keep a food diary. Write down everything you eat for a day -- and no fair skipping the items you're embarrassed about. "The idea is to write it down ... without judgment," says Kathianne Sellers Williams, MEd, RD, LD, a nutritionist, wellness coach, and personal trainer with Cafe Physique in Atlanta. "You can't change what you're not aware of or don't acknowledge."
The culture of a healthy lifestyle begins at home, with healthful beliefs, rules habits and activities.
But what does this mean to you? Are you living a healthy lifestyle? I would love to hear from you before the show on how you live a healthy lifestyle. email me at kim@FitAmericanFamilies.com
Why are we so reluctant to get healthy? In a world where we have the ability to do just about anything we want, for what ever reason we choose everything else over our health. We will invest in all types of materialistic things to make us happy, but when it comes to our health we choose not to make any serious investments. On the next episode of Health Radio I will have an open discussion on why people are so adverse to adopting and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Join us on The fear of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
It's very important to maintain a healthy lifestyle. My nutrition plan includes a Mediterranean like cuisine, drinking lots of water, avoiding protein in the morning that might delay the medication reaction. And of course staying active, physically and psychologically, live life to the fullest. In addition its very important not to live in isolation, go out mingle, socialize, meet friends, party, but in between get adequate rest.
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