Yup, you can do both – save some money and get healthier. In fact, you can take your friends, family, or colleagues along for the ride. Of course, we’re talking about group coaching. But if your only knowledge about group coaching comes from “interventions” and other dramatic depictions in movies, then group coaching might not sound like something you’d want to volunteer for. But what if we told you it’s an incredibly effective way for you (and those you love most) to achieve some of the most challenging health goals?
There are a million opinions when it comes to food and what to eat. Between actual experts and self-proclaimed health gurus, there’s enough conflicting advice out there to confuse absolutely anyone nowadays. And, much of it is quite convincing. Many of these opinions seem to be backed by research studies or a barrage of case-studies, and can sometimes be convincing with little more than basic logic. But when everything is so polarized – who should we trust?
Filtering through today’s vast ocean of opinions on what to eat sometimes feels like an impossible task. Every expert has an opinion – and, quite often, these opinions can conflict with each other. For example, you have proponents of the Vegan Diet that claim (and can prove!) that it can cure all kinds of ailments. From reversing diabetes to stopping cancer in its tracks, it would seem that Veganism is the way to go.
Your body is a complex system made up of numerous functions that keep you alive and vibrant and, when symptoms arise, it is vital to understand the root cause. Treating the symptoms may bring relief, and even cure, but does little to ensure they won’t redevelop.