Free Resources & Relevant Links

This page provides a variety of links relevant to nutrition, exercise, diagnosis, prevention, coaching and wellbeing. Most of these resources are free for you!

 

FREE coaching program with advice on Healthy Eating on the go!

http://health-coaching-for-you.teachable.com/p/healthy-eating-on-the-go

 

One of the biggest struggles that most people face today is a crazy, hectic schedule. We are so busy that it makes eating healthy a real challenge. Quick and convenient foods end up taking the place of healthy, nourishing food when we’re on the go, go, go all the time. These less-than-ideal food choices put us on the hamster wheel of experiencing low energy, weight gain, and potential health problems.

The exciting news news is that this could change!! You don’t have to be a slave to your schedule and resort to fast food or processed foods on a regular basis. It is possible to eat healthy foods, even with a jam-packed schedule. It just requires a little bit of pre-planning to ensure success. You’ll feel better, have more energy, and your waistline will thank you too.

I’ve included a list of healthy snack ideas to get you started, so keep sign up now!

EVEN MORE EXCITING NEWS IS THAT THIS COURSE IS FREE!!

 

 

Free workouts for home, with different intensity and duration. Coach Kozac focuses on motivation during the workout and tries to keep you going. A great idea if you are at home but still feel the need to keep active: http://hasfit.com

 

Self assessment to evaluate risk of Diabetes type 2. A free tool which estimates your risk for Diabetes type II in a few minutes. Prevention is better than cure and the tool is quite straightforward: https://riskscore.diabetes.org.uk/start

Useful information on diabetes for newly diagnosed patients. A very informative page which includes information about diagnosis and coping with diabetes, as well as keeping active: https://www.diabetes.org.uk/Newly-diagnosed-with-diabetes/

If you are looking for information on how to manage type 2 diabetes with diet a comprehensive and helpful article could be found here: https://www.jenreviews.com/diabetes/

 

ICF code of ethics includes the guidelines we have to adhere to as health and wellness professionals, as set by the International Coaching Federation: http://coachfederation.org/about/ethics.aspx?ItemNumber=854