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THE KEY TO HEALTHY LIVING

The key to healthy living is making health a habit. So let’s think outside the box (and by box we mean refrigerator)!

At LifeBoost, we take a multi-pronged approach to healthy living. Eating well and working out are oftentimes not enough to maintain the HABIT of health. So we work with you to:

  • Identify and tackle the negative emotions that can become an obstacle to success
  • Create alternate solutions to setbacks, changes and obstacles
  • Use motivational strategies such as: mindfulness, food journaling, meditation, visualization, and others to make health a habit

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According to a study of over 1,300 licensed psychologists, emotional eating was considered a barrier to 43 percent of people who wanted to better manage their weight. But it’s not just eating: emotions can interfere with maintaining a regular workout routine and making healthy food choices. Without strategies to recognize emotional triggers and respond to our emotions effectively, we are likely to continue struggling with our weight and health—Christy Matta, MA. tps://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2013/03/07/the-no-1-obstacle-to-weight-loss/

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THE KEY TO HEALTHY LIVING

The key to healthy living is making health a habit. So let’s think outside the box (and by box we mean refrigerator)!

At LifeBoost, we take a multi-pronged approach to healthy living. Eating well and working out are oftentimes not enough to maintain the HABIT of health. So we work with you to:

  • Identify and tackle the negative emotions that can become an obstacle to success
  • Create alternate solutions to setbacks, changes and obstacles
  • Use motivational strategies such as: mindfulness, food journaling, meditation, visualization, and others to make health a habit

 

According to a study of over 1,300 licensed psychologists, emotional eating was considered a barrier to 43 percent of people who wanted to better manage their weight. But it’s not just eating: emotions can interfere with maintaining a regular workout routine and making healthy food choices. Without strategies to recognize emotional triggers and respond to our emotions effectively, we are likely to continue struggling with our weight and health—Christy Matta, MA. tps://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2013/03/07/the-no-1-obstacle-to-weight-loss/

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