Look fabulous over 50...
I'm a health coach, and I show women Over 50 how to become champions for their own health, so they can feel fabulous, young and energetic. Do you know anyone over 50 who is ready to look and feel fabulous?
Double Your Energy...
While my expertise is largely centered around the health of women over 50, I also assist busy professionals discover how to Double their Energy. Do you know any professionals who want to double their energy right now?
VegUcan establish great habits that will serve you for life!
"This program will truly change your life! I embarked on this journey hoping to gain a better understanding of how to improve my lifestyle habits and to maximize my health to be my best self. This program far succeeded my expectations and I could not be happier with the results . Cheryl is Awesome! She walks you through step by step and meets you where you are in your life and tailors it to your specific goals. After each session with Cheryl you will see another success and be eager for your next journey for the following week. I found it helpful to focus on small goals and changes initially which before I knew it were a part of my daily routine. This is not a fad diet but rather a life change! Having Cheryl made it feel like I had a partner on this journey to not only hold me accountable, but to continue to encourage me and motivate on the good and bad days. This program challenges you to think about your health and life as a relationship which you must be in tune with and understand your body in order to succeed".
"Awesome class! Can't wait for the next one! I learned good information and the food you created was really good and easy to cook. I’m going to try the stir fry".
Crystal Jones Burton.
"I enjoyed the "Food For Life" cooking class. I have been trying to improve my eating habits and this class helped me to reinforce my efforts and start focusing more on the benefits of a plant-based diet. The information was presented in and easy-to-understand and factual way, and the food was enjoyable. Even if you never plan to completely eliminate animal- based products from your diet, you can still walk away with some great-tasting plant-based recipes".
Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend a cooking class facilitated by @Vegucan_health_wellness Attending the class I didn't know what to expect. The class was hosted at a vegan restaurant in Wilmington, De called @goveganphilly so my intention was to learn some techniques that I could begin using @thestandde. I learned so much more! We discussed cholesterol and how it affects the body. She then shared recipes with us and that will contribute to healthy cholesterol levels. Not only did she share recipes with us but we actually got to taste the food.
It was pretty good!
I enjoyed the cantaloupe and ginger. I really appreciated the end when she shared an interview of man who reversed his type 2 diabetes within 3 months all by changing his diet. I noticed that when my daughter was diagnosed with diabetes the doctors would say she can basically have whatever she wants as longs as long as she takes insulin. That never sat right with me! lam glad I attended this class and will be back in the future!".
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3 Easy Ways To Double Your Energy Today!
By Nicole Lovato, Flinders University and Leon Lack, Flinders University | Photo Credit: irina198 Want to boost your memory and mood? Take a nap, but keep it short We’re told to have power naps to keep us safe on the road and improve our alertness if we’ve had insufficient sleep. They even help our surgeons…Read More
Too much sugar and fat is affecting your brain too – not just your belly. By Terry Davidson, American University | Photo Credit: novelrobinson, CC BY-NC-SA Fat and sugar-heavy diet harms your brain – and makes you keep on eating Do you eat only when you’re actually hungry? Many of us eat even when our…Read More
By Richard Stevens, University of Connecticut | Photo Credit: Davi Ozolin, CC BY-NC-SA A dark night is good for your health Today most people do not get enough sleep. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has called insufficient sleep an epidemic. While we are finally paying attention to the importance of sleep, the…Read More