Wellness starts at home! Are you overwhelmed with information regarding how much to exercise, what to eat, how to decrease stress? You are not alone. Too much fat, too much sugar, too much processed foods, too much of anything is not good for anyone. Science gives us a glance of what works and what doesn’t work, whom can you trust? Trust that you know what is good for you. Do you feel good after exercising for 10 minutes? If yes, then it is good for you. When you eat fresh fruits or vegetables, do you feel energized? If yes, then try replacing a fruit for a can soda. Are you filled with a “to do list” and feel stressed when you are not able to get it all done? If yes, let some of those tasks go. You might feel sick and don’t know why?
Engagement starts with you! When you feel tired, when you feel stressed, when you feel lost, it might be time for you to get engage in your health. It’s a bit complicated but at the same time it is not if you go back to basics: move as much as you can, eat vegetables and fruits you can grow in your garden, give yourself time to rest, unplug from technology for 5 minutes a day.
Get a Health Assessment! Take 30 to 60 minutes a day for yourself. You can prevent obesity, prevent diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, some cancers, and other preventable diseases with the information obtained from a Health Assessment. Where are you? Do you know your health status? Small changes can make a big difference for you, family and people around you. But how can you get started?
Allow me to help you with a program that it is based on scientific research. Get a Health Assessment from My Exercise and Wellness; it will include a reading of your Resting Metabolic Rate Analysis, Blood Pressure reading, Blood Glucose Test, Resting Heart Rate and other measurements to give you a baseline and areas to concentrate on to improve your Wellness and health. Cost $130 per assessment, some of the cost can be covered by your insurance.
A Health Assessment can help you avoid developing metabolic syndrome. According to most recent data, Metabolic Syndrome is a cluster of conditions that make you sick— increased blood pressure, a high blood sugar level, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal cholesterol levels — that occur together, increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Can you change alone? Maybe… in the meantime allow me to help you.