Imagine these two all-too-common scenarios.
Since May is Global Employee Health & Wellness Month, we're highlighting two AFPA graduates who made their dreams possible and began working in the corporate and employee wellness space.
Here is a secret about aging almost no one in mainstream health circles talks about:
Aging isn’t unavoidable. You can grow older healthfully.
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Now more than ever, as we experience a global pandemic with the expansion of the Coronavirus, we realize how intimately connected we are to one another.
Health professionals tend to have strong opinions when it comes to the role of supplements in the overall health and wellness of their patients and clients. Some see supplements as an ally to achieving health and fitness goals, while others feel that we should focus solely on diet and exercise before thinking of integrating supplements into our daily regimen.
During the last 26 years, we’ve certified over 119,000+ health, nutrition and fitness professionals. In March of 2020, we began recognizing one of our distinguished graduates each month who uses what they have learned to inspire others and make a difference.
Meet our graduate for the month of May, L. Autumn Colon, an AFPA certified holistic nutritionist.
Most health coaches have at least one client that complains about never feeling full when they are restricting their food intake. They find they are having to choose between suffering through the feeling of constant hunger or eating more than planned within their diet plan. The latter, more often than not, means they are eating more than their body needs.
The results of a 2019 poll showed that over fourth-fifths of Americans (82 percent) had goals related to improving their appearance and overall well-being.
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