Recent Posts by Timothy Frie, M.S.

    Does Health Coaching Improve Client Wellness? What The Research Says

    Certified health and wellness coaches are expert health advisors that use evidence-based methodologies to improve their clients’ health and wellness. Health coaching is a relatively new profession, and it was born out of the public health system’s need to have a more consistent, personal, and long-term presence in people’s lives. 

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    Lessons the Year 2020 Has Taught the Health and Wellness Industry (Part 2)

    2020 has been a year of challenges, pain, and transformation in numerous forms. Most industries have experienced difficult, unprecedented changes and have been obligated to look inward to find ways to adapt to changes and be part of the solution in a time of need. The health and wellness industry is no exception, as the year 2020 leaves us many lessons on which to reflect and take action. 

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    Lessons the Year 2020 Has Taught the Health and Wellness Industry (Part 1)

    Without question, the year 2020 will go down as one of the most eventful, trying, and devastating years in the last several decades. It has been a year where global health—physical, mental, and emotional—has taken center stage. At the same time, 2020 will also be remembered as the year where people came together to show support for first responders and essential workers, shared information and resources, and, ultimately, reflected on everyone’s individual role in ensuring common wellbeing.

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    5 Antinutrients You Should Know About

    Nutrients are the components found in food and beverages that have important functions in the body. You’ve heard of the main categories of nutrients—carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals—but have you heard of antinutrients?

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    Coach Resource: How to Prepare Your Health and Wellness Business for the New Year

    For business owners and entrepreneurs everywhere, the New Year represents an opportunity to set out new goals for your programming, revenue, and overall growth. 

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    5 Top Qualities of Health Coaches

    What does it take to be a “good” health coach? 

    By nature, most health coaches work directly with clients who are looking for support from a professional to implement lifestyle changes that aim to improve their health and wellbeing. 

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    Nutrition Practice Laws: How Can I Practice in My State?

    In the United States, nutrition practice laws vary by state. Depending on the degree or certificate you have obtained, the type of practice you can open and the type of advice you can give change based on where you live. 

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    Does Diet Affect Mental Health?

    Our body is made up of multiple organ, tissue, and cell systems that keep us healthy and functioning. Some of these include the cardiovascular system, the central nervous system, the endocrine system, and the digestive system. 

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    6 Tips for Adapting to Working Remotely with Clients 

    Most professionals have the desire to be able to work from home. In theory, what’s not to like? There is no commute time, you get some extra sleep, you get to work in your PJs, and you get to work in a comfortable space you can truly call your own. 

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    5 Ways to Help Clients Cope with COVID-19 Related Anxiety

    Mental health is a cornerstone of overall health. Since the coronavirus started sweeping across the world, fear, worry, and uncertainty have dominated the emotions of people of all ages and backgrounds. 

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