You're doctor has threatened to put you on medications if you don't change your lifestyle
...but you don't know where to start and you've never been able to stick to anything.
I get it, I have watched my family go through the pain and suffering of not taking action when they were first diagnosed and now they can't take it back.
I sat on the sidelines even though I knew exactly what they needed to do to prevent all the complications that came later.
I'm not standing on the sidelines anymore.
I'm a pharmacist and health coach and I know that blood pressure and diabetes can be controlled and lowered naturally....and help prevent unnecessary medications.
Yes, a pharmacist doesn't want you to be on medications if there is another way (and neither does your doctor).
I get that you're stressed out and worried about your future. And that's why I'm here to help
Not sure where to start- You don’t know who’s advice to follow and it’s overwhelming to think about having to change your lifestyle and spending more time away from your family
Hard to stick to a diet- Ever since your doctor has told you that you need to clean up your diet you just haven’t been able to stick with it even though you know what you should be doing
Stressed about your health- You are constantly worried about your numbers being high or what you should be doing about them to get them lower
What else can I do- You’ve already tried beet juice, diet changes, stopped alcohol, gave up fried foods, or you gave up the foods you love
No accountability- You’ve started different diets but then you keep falling off the wagon and you’re just so tired of even trying anymore
No more worrying about if you're going to miss your daughter's wedding because you were in the hospital
Imagine yourself 3 months from now, what would your life look like if you achieved what you set out to do?
Would that mean you have more energy for friends and family, reducing or getting off one of your medications, not stressing about your health?
Imagine going in for your next doctor’s appointment. Your blood pressure is low enough to remove one of your medications or prevent one from being added.
You leave with a sigh of relief; you don't have to worry about your blood pressure anymore.