Living Well - Serving Healthy - Your Nutrition and Wellness Partner

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Posted 2/23/18

It can be difficult to stay motivated when following a new diet or exercise plan. We can help! What you eat affects more than your weight, it can contribute to other health issues such as high blood …

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Living Well - Serving Healthy - Your Nutrition and Wellness Partner

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It can be difficult to stay motivated when following a new diet or exercise plan. We can help! What you eat affects more than your weight, it can contribute to other health issues such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and some forms of cancer.

Serving Healthy offers nutrition and fitness guidance from a certified nutritionist and personal trainer, along with healthy cooking classes from a professionally trained chef. Nutrition and exercise play a key role in overall health. The variety of diets advertised today can be confusing and make it difficult to know what will work best to achieve your goals.

We believe knowledge is the key to achieving good health, not diet fads and products. That is the reason we offer education and guidance. Learn the best foods to eat, how to make your favorite recipes healthier and create meal plans that include everyday items from the grocery store.

Contact Serving Healthy for a free 3-day nutrition analysis or visit our website for more information. Call 303-403-9460 Email info@ServingHealthy.com Visit www.ServingHealthy.com

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