The secrets to a healthy lifestyle -ppt presentation
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DESCRIPTIONMost people know what they need to do to live a healthy lifestyle, but very few people adopt healthy behaviors. Why? How do we change? Watch this presentation by Lorie Eber, Wellness Coach and get the answers.
- 1. Lorie Eber, Wellness Coach Gerontology Instructor, NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Attorney, Author The Secrets to a Healthy Lifestyle www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com
2. Whats The Secret? www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 3. Its Not Rocket Science Eat This Not This www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 4. Its Not Rocket Science Do This Dont Do This www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 5. Its Not Rocket Science Be This Not This www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 6. 25% 30% 66% 70% (Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation) Lifestyle v. Genetics? www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 7. 69.2% of adults are overweight or obese 80% of adults dont get recommended amount of exercise 43% of adults suffer adverse health effects from stress 75-90% of all doctors visits are for stress-related ailments (CDC, Web MD) Current State of Affairs www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 8. The $64,000 Question: Why? www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 9. Super-sized portions Availability of fast food Too busy A pill will save me Repeated failures with quick fixes Let Me Count the Ways www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 10. 90-95% of people who lose weight regain it Anecdotal evidence of only about 10% success rate for personal trainers Over the counter weight loss pills are generally ineffective and can be dangerous Weight loss surgery requires lifestyle changes What Doesnt Work www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 11. A holistic approach Make gradual, slow changes to habits Create a vision of a new you Set achievable, measurable goals Make yourself accountable for progress Get support from others What Works? www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 12. Appel, L. J., et al. (2011). Comparative Effectiveness of Weight-Loss Interventions in Clinical Practice. New England Journal of Medicine, 365:21, 1959-1968. Butterworth, S., et al., (2006). Effect of Motivational Interviewing-Based Health Coaching on Employees Physical and Mental Health Status. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 11:4, 358-365. Research Supports the Behavioral Intervention Approach www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 13. Health is Job 1 www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 14. Leave Dr. Oz in the Land of Oz www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 15. Change Starts in the Brain Not the Gym www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 16. The Biggest Loser Really is the Biggest Loser www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 17. Baby Steps www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 18. Dont Even Start If You Cant Do it Forever www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 19. Chill Out www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 20. Bodies are Made to Move, Not Sit www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 21. My Motto healthy healthy healthy healthy DEAD www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com 22. Best in Health! Lorie Eber, Wellness Coach Gerontology Instructor, NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Attorney, Author (714) 357-9946 8 Corporate Park, Ste. 300, Irvine, CA 92606 EberLorie@gmail.com www.AgingBeatsTheAlternative.com