Preventive Health 101: How to Eat and Live to Prevent Disease
Get Serious About Your Health
Despite how much we know about the benefits of healthy habits, chronic disease continues to increase around the world.
Defined by the CDC, chronic diseases are conditions that last 1 year or more and require ongoing medical attention or limit activities of daily living. For example, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are all preventable chronic conditions, yet they are the leading causes of death and disability in the United States.
Many chronic conditions are widely impacted by our lifestyle choices. From what we eat to how much sleep we get, there are ways to reduce our risk of suffering from chronic disease.
If you’d like to understand why we often struggle with unhealthy lifestyle choices, and which ones are worth changing today, join us for Preventive Health 101: How to Eat and Live to Prevent Disease on Saturday, June 19th at 5:00 pm MST.
Meet Angela Davis-Taylor, Nurse Practitioner and Health Coach
Hello, I am Angie, a family nurse practitioner, and integrative nutrition health coach. I am nationally certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. I am excited to dedicate myself to you. I've been taking care of people since 1994.
Daisy Family Health
I’m Here to Help!
We’re all guilty of making poor lifestyle choices from time to time. Who can blame us with all the temptations we’re surrounded by every day? The key is to limit these poor choices and replace them with healthier ones.
During Preventive Health 101: How to Eat and Live to Prevent Disease, we will focus on the prevention of chronic disease through:
- Anti-inflammatory eating
- Regular physical activity
- Nurturing positive mental health
- Fostering positive relationships
- And replacing unhealthy habits such as smoking
My goal is to help you achieve optimal health and wellness through disease prevention. Health Coaches are uniquely positioned to help as they have a thorough understanding of not only nutritional aspects for prevention but also the mental and emotional components of reducing disease risk.
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