Check out the many Kettering Health Network programs to help you have a healthy 2014.
For $49, plus shipping and handling, you can attend the class and receive the book, an audio cd, and a fiber guide. Sign up by calling (937) 558-3988.
LEARN stands for Lifestyle, Exercise, Attitude, Relationships, and Nutrition. This program is a 12-week weight management program taught by a registered dietitian. Free information sessions are held on the second Thursday of each month at noon and 7 p.m. Please call the Diabetes and Nutrition center at 384-6959 to register.
Am I Hungry?
The Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating is an eight-week workshop to help people break the cycle of mindless and emotional overeating.
Michelle May, M.D. developed the program and wrote Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat: How to Break Your Eat-Repent-Repeat Cycle. The book gives an alternative to yo-yo dieting that does not require weighing and measuring food, counting points or eating pre-packaged meals. Instead, May empowers readers to eat fearlessly, using their natural cues of hunger and fullness to guide them.
Susan McCloud, a health and wellness nurse educator at Kettering Medical Center’s Center for Heart and Vascular Health, leads the course. For more information contact her at susan.mccloud@ khnetwork.org or (937) 298-3399, extension 55865.
Kettering Weight Loss Solutions
Weekly classes are available to discuss specific problems, potential barriers and health management. After weight loss, there is ongoing support with our long term maintenance program. Dietary options include low-calorie meal replacements for maximum weight loss. Fees for the program vary with medical and dietary options.
For more information call Kettering Weight Loss Solutions at (937) 433-5957.