Anne McPhail, Certified Health Coach, will speak on “Why do most Americans need a Holistic Health Coach?” at The 630 Club on Tuesday, April 15th from 6-8pm at the Mermaid Café, 19 Margin St., Westerly, RI. The 630 Club is open to anyone who would like to learn about alternative lifestyles, healthier living, and a new perspective on living.
As obesity, diabetes, heart disease and other potentially life threatening diseases and disorders are on the rise, our physicians fail to provide the information and the guidance we need to make the necessary nutritional and lifestyle changes to reduce our chances to develop a chronic disease. That’s because physicians are not trained to know how to help us balance out our diet or integrate healthier habits into our daily life, and they don’t have the time to educate us either. So when we get a serious diagnosis we go home feeling scared it could get worse and we want to do something about it, but we don’t know what. If we look for answers online we get more confused because there is so much contradictory information out there. That’s where the holistic health coach comes in.
You will learn why chronic diseases are not a matter of bad luck, and what simple lifestyle adjustments can be made to reverse the disease even when conventional medicine claims there is no cure.
Find out what are the biggest mistakes we make every day with our food choices even though we think we’re “being good”… and more.
Our speaker, Anne McPhail, is originally from France. While studying nursing at Three Rivers Community College Anne realized the conventional medical model wasn’t working for patients with chronic disease and decided to follow a different career path in order to make a bigger difference in people’s life. She received her health coaching training at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City and she is certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. As a health coach and nutrition counselor Anne leads workshops on nutrition and offers individual health and nutrition counseling to parents and families.
More information about Anne and her practice is on her website at HealthYouCanLiveWith.com.
Remember, we encourage you all to arrive at 6 o’clock for this very interesting evening. Please join us.
RSVP to Margo at 860-857-9688 or email@example.com.