Health & Weight Loss

Are you reading this blog because you are struggling with stubborn weight gain? Have you tried countless diets, lost weight for a while and then quickly see your waistline expand and the pounds pile on again.

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The number of obese and overweight people in the world is steadily increasing. In Canada it is estimated that 34% of Canadian adults will be obese by 2025. As a result there are increasing health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, liver disease and certain cancers. The healthcare for treating these illnesses is estimated to cost the country US$27.5 billion (roughly C$33.7 billion) each year.

There are countless weight loss companies and many different weight loss programs, so why is there still such a problem with obesity and overweight? We tend to point the finger at external sources such as the fast food industry, not that they are beyond blame, but what about pointing the finger at ourselves. Do you understand your own body and how your health and body type can determine how you gain or lose weight and what foods are best for your body type?

Keeping your weight in check also means taking charge of your health first. For a comprehensive and holistic evaluation to investigate how to optimize your health, weight loss and determine your body type, the following lifestyle areas will be assessed:

  • Cravings
  • Sleep (quality/quantity)
  • Energy/Fatigue
  • Digestion
  • Stress/Relaxation
  • Eating/Weight
  • Exercise
  • Pain/wellbeing

Complete this mini questionnaire and receive further information about the program.

As a Health Coach I will provide an in-depth analysis and devise a personalized program using nutrition from foods to improve health and well being using the lifestyle factors above. I will  provide 1-on-1 health coaching and techniques for your weight loss journey.





Note – this evaluation do not claim to treat or cure any disease, nor should it replace the advice of your medical practitioner.


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