Time for a Family Health Upgrade

Remember those bears I wrote about earlier, the ones who got fat on purpose so they could survive their long winter’s nap? Well they are waking up now, coming out of their dens, looking for food to replenish the weight they lost sleeping the winter away.

We humans are experiencing some of the same behavior, but unfortunately, our winter hibernation hasn’t left us needing to regain weight. Most likely we are faced with needing to lose those excess pounds we gained.

If this is the case for you and your kids, the next few months are a great time to really get going on a Family Health Upgrade. Notice the emphasis on Family Health Upgrade. While losing weight may be an objective, gaining health is far more important.

Please go back and read my first few blogs. Also, if you haven’t already done it, download the free report you see over to the right. Getting sugar consumption under control and eliminating High Fructose Corn Syrup are two of the most critical things you can do to improve your family’s health!

By now you are already beginning to read about this season’s new diets and sure fire ways to lose weight quickly. As seductive as these plans may sound, please don’t be enticed. Upgrading your family’s health will take time, but I am here to help.

As a Family Health and Wellness Coach, I play many roles. Part of my job is to help you find motivation. Part of my job is to help you set and achieve goals. I am here to help you keep on track and to help you find positive solutions when problems arise and of course I am here to teach about the fabulous foods that support good health. I love what I do. It is all about success and celebrations and the good news about food.

If you would like more specifics about how I can help you and your family get started on your Family Health Upgrade, please go to my contact page.

 

 

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