Really enjoyed the holistic approach shared in this session. Took diabetes prevention and management beyond the basics to areas that really underlie a clients success or sometimes lack of success when not addressed, like sleep, stress and thinking patterns.
|Provider:||ACE - American Council On Exercise|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.1 CECs , ACSM - American College Of Sports Medicine 1.0 CECs, NBHWC 1.0 CECs|
Too often the primary prevention and management of diabetes is only one-dimensional – food. In order to guide clients affected by diabetes most effectively, it’s important to take a whole-person approach. In this webinar, led by ACE Certified Health Coach Lance Breger, MS, you’ll explore five lifestyle factors that go beyond nutrition to influence blood sugar and hormones connected to diabetes. Find out how you can help your clients by utilizing a holistic approach to diabetes management.
You will learn:
- Lifestyle factors to incorporate into a wellness program for clients impacted by diabetes
- How imbalance in these factors influences blood sugar and insulin
- Powerful tips for creating balance to assist in the prevention and management of diabetes
Watch now free of charge and buy the continuing education quiz to earn 0.1 ACE CEC.
Before this course, I never knew that our thoughts increased our stress level and led to disease. WOW. This really is a Holistic Health course, mentioning everything that negatively impacts the body.
This course has a lot of good information.
Great overall course - all information applies not only to diabetic clients, but also each individual looking to do an overall wellness assessment.
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