Rehoboth, MA 02769
In my holistic practice I not only address the nutritional concerns, I also look into the entire being and incorporate other modalities, such as visualizations, meditation, energy work, flower essence, and more to heal and balance the body, mind, and spirit. - covering most common ailments.
Welcome to Eat Yourself Healthy, where opening your awareness as to how, through nutrition you can further support your metabolism, improve your immune system, and sustain yourself for a lifetime, with only minor adjustments. This site and the programs associated with it, will show you how you can eat a wider range of healthier and more nutritional foods that work towards a better life for you.
Everyone can benefit from a holistic approach to wellness. Holistic is really "whole-listic," meaning that the whole person is treated. The holistic model looks at the root causes rather than masking the symptom of an illness or disease. Our body has the ability to 'fix' itself, provided we give it what it needs to sustain itself as it was designed to do. By providing you with the foundations of good nutrition, you have the natural ability of preventing, stopping and/or reversing many health ailments.
Businesses can benefit by providing a comprehensive program to their employees helping to reducing their cost in workmen's compensation and in health care costs.
A health/wellness program can benefit your company and employees by improving employee health decreasing sick time, increasing employee productivity, attitude, and morale. The cost decrease is dependents on your health care provider.
We offer group classes on location customized to you and your employees needs and interests.
Class's feature: Nutrition education; taste testing; tools for overall health.
Below are some of the topics.
Contact us for a free consult to see how your business and employees can benefit.
774-991-0695 or e-mail at [email protected]
"According to the Cornell University Institute for Health and Productivity Studies, employers can save between $300 and $450 annually per employee as a result of reduced health expenditures from an annual wellness investment of $100 to $150 per employee"