Eat well, get active, live longer

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Eat well, get active, live longerSticking to healthy options when it comes to eating is not always the easiest thing to do, especially when our schedules demand so much of us. Too often we find ourselves reaching for fast-food options and restaurant food that can be laden with too much fat and not enough nutrients. Life gets in the way sometimes and that’s okay, but when you fall into the habit of not eating healthy on a regular basis, your health could be at risk.

With our Eating for Health resource package, you get an innovative approach to self-directed health to help you make the commitment to a healthy lifestyle.

Poor nutrition and inactivity are increasing our risk of chronic disease

Designed to help prevent disease through education and counselling, the Eating for Health resource kit contains a series of articles, fact sheets and reference materials to help you reduce your risk of many chronic diseases like diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure and even cancer:

  • Truly understand healthy eating through books, articles and fact sheets written by experts in the field;
  • Assess your situation by means of questionnaires, checklists and other self-assessment tools to determine the best course of action;
  • Establish an action plan to solve the problem through counselling, tactics and tools to help you take action and monitor your progress.

Eating for Health Resource Kit

When you call 1 866 833-7690 to order your Eating for Health resource kit, you’ll receive:

  • A 30-page guide to understand, assess, plan and problem-solve
  • A Health & Attitude Checklist
  • Canadian dietitian, Leslie Beck’s book: 10 Steps to Healthy Eating, and You
  • An audio CD of the innovative health guide from Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen – You: The Owner’s Manual, An insider’s guide to the body that will make you healthier and younger
  • Health Canada’s Food Guide
  • Heart & Stroke Foundation’s Eat Well, Live Longer and Get Active for life, and Healthy Living: Simple Steps to Making Healthy Choices

Eating for Health is an information-based approach to problem assessment, understanding and resolution, and offers a clinically sound option for those people who prefer self-guided learning.

For more information, please visit Workhealthlife.com or call 1 866 833-7690.

 

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