At Vivante Weight Loss and Health, we’re teaching clients about Nutrition and Weight Loss. Our program takes a multi-disciplinary approach that focuses on four wellness components: Mental, Physical, Spiritual and Social behaviors. We also focus on nutrition, exercise, maintenance, and our programs follow The Practical Guide: Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity in Adults.
We teach you how to incorporate healthy eating habits into your everyday lifestyle. Eating the right foods for your body can improve your energy levels, help you sleep better at night and ensure you have a healthy immune system. Everyone knows the importance of eating healthy, but with busy schedules and hectic lives, most of us find ourselves preparing freezer meals or eating fast food in order to get through the day. Packing fresh fruits and vegetables as snacks and lean meat sandwiches in the morning can help you avoid the temptation to eat fast, high calorie, and high fat food and improve your overall health.
Eating a healthy diet that is rich in fresh fruits and vegetables, leans meat and healthy fats can help you lose excess weight, improve your energy levels and mental awareness. It can also help avoid diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure, and it can help you avoid certain cancers. At Vivante Weight Loss and Health, we can help modify your diet to lose weight and feel better. It’s important to remember that eating healthy and maintaining a proper diet is not about changing or limiting your diet so dramatically that you get bored or find it too difficult. What makes our program unique is that it is designed around four basic components to help shed those extra pounds and keep them off. If you have yo-yo’d in the past, we want to transform you once and for all.
Please consult with your physician before embarking on any new nutritional and exercise program.
What I am. I'm a Certified Health Coach and Weight Loss Consultant.
It’s also important to know what a I'm not. I'm not a doctor. Health coaches don’t diagnose conditions, prescribe medications or recommend lower or higher doses of your current medications.