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Posted on 07-17-2017

Is Weight Really Just a Health-Barometer?

Being overweight (or having too much bodyfat which is what we really mean most of the time we say someone is "overweight") is usually just a sign that something's out of balance in your life.

The most typical issues that usually tip the balance in the too-much-bodyfat direction are too much

  • Food
  • Drink
  • Stress

or too little

  • Exercise
  • Rest
  • Love (especially self-love but even love you have for others counts!)

Ever heard the phrase it's not what you're eating it's what's eating you? I'm not a doctor but in my experience everything boils down to that for everyone, no exceptions.

Are you struggling with anything either physically or emotionally? Then join me in exploring the THREE aspects of optimum health: fitness, nutrition, and relaxation/meditation...classes in all three areas are available right now!!!

Jessica Lewis, CPT, CNC

HCC Lifestyle Coach

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