What Does A Healthy You Look Like?

Perhaps you have a clear idea in your mind of what you need to change to optimize your health. Or, you have goals you would like to achieve, but don't know how to realize them. Maybe you are just sick and tired of being sick and tired, but can't seem to find a way out of the rut in which you find yourself. Whatever your situation, we can help. Using the First Line Therapy health screen, we'll focus on answering these questions and on developing a personalized nutritional plan to improve your health.

In order to know where you're going, you need to look back at where you've been. How did you arrive at your current state of health? During your First Line Therapy health screen, we will identify your specific road blocks to good health by taking your nutritional history and examining your lifestyle choices.

Imagine What You Can Accomplish As You Know More And Feel Better

You can't change what you don't know. First Line Therapy is designed to encourage self-awareness and help you take charge of your health by being an active participant in setting goals. With the results of your health screen, we'll assist you in formulating a healthy lifestyle plan. You'll receive a workbook, "Your Journey to Better Health", and the "Cooking Wise" cookbook designed to help you better reflect on the choices you make every day regarding eating habits, exercise, sleep, free time, and stress management. Using your measurements (BMI, % body fat, BIA) as motivation, we'll help you evaluate and track your progress weekly.

Recognize Your Potential And Rediscover Vitality

Ask your healthcare practitioner how you can take steps to improve your health and if First Line Therapy is for you. For more information, contact us today and rediscover what a healthy you looks like.

The contents of this blog are intended for educational purposes only. The information presented here is not a substitute for proper medical attention, diagnosis, or treatment by a qualified healthcare professional. Always seek the advice of your healthcare provider before starting or making any changes to an existing treatment plan, exercise program or dietary regimen, and before using nutritional supplements.

~ Dr. Sarah Williams ~ Concord & Nantucket, Massachusetts ~

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