Author: 1333-healthvot

Losing 10 pounds. Running a half marathon. Getting six-pack abs. How do you turn short-term client goals into something meaningful, sustainable, and inspiring? Enter: Deep Health coaching, the revolutionary method that gets your clients the results they want, plus the results they need. ++++ Are you truly transforming your clients’ health? Are you helping them thrive, in all aspects of life? Sure, you may be helping them boost their bench press, feel confident on their beach vacation, or get sidewalk-cracking swole. But what if we told you food and fitness—the domains of physical health—are only 16 percent of what determines…

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It began in the 1980s with the heart-rate monitor. For the first time, an individual could observe changes in a vital sign as they happened. And they could do it on their own, whenever or wherever they chose, for any reason that made sense to them. Four decades later, we have rings, watches, scales, and phones that track, measure, and quantify almost every aspect of our fitness, nutrition, and metabolism. Continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) are the latest step along that path. By attaching a CGM device to your upper arm, you can see how your blood sugar reacts to your…

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“How’s your health?” When most people hear that question, they immediately think about their blood work or maybe a nagging problem, like back pain or heartburn or migraines. Others might focus on a fitness achievement: “Just completed my third marathon this year. Never been healthier!” Many people simply consider their weight or overall appearance: [pinches stomach] “I’m still using the same belt hole I used in my twenties, so I must be healthy, right?” What do these have in common? They’re centered around a person’s physical health. Which makes sense: It’s how we’ve been taught to think about our health since…

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California Congressman Jimmy Gomez started bringing his four-month-old son Hodge to the congress floor in early January and caught the attention of the country as a working dad. Shortly after, he and other dads in the House of Representatives formed the Dads in Congress Caucus. “The creation of the Dads Caucus sends a powerful message: We want to show not just interest but advocacy on the issues that impact working parents, and change the hearts and minds when it comes to the role of fathers at home and in Congress,” Gomez said, per The Hill.The group of fathers wants to…

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We’re calling it: Shoes with laces are annoying. Life is hectic enough and anything that makes things even the slightest bit more time-consuming is just not for us. The footwear we love best: slip-on shoes, of course.Who really has time for laces or buckles, anyway? Whether you’re commuting, walking the kids to the bus, walking the dog, traveling, or just running out to the mailbox, having footwear you can just throw on can be a real godsend. If you’ve ever tried to shove your feet into shoes that needed to be unfastened, only to make you even more late than…

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Keke Palmer is going to be a boy mom! The actress and TV personality appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where the two totally geeked about all the projects Palmer is working on, and more importantly, her pregnancy. While giving an update on her personal life, the soon-to-be mom slipped in a little announcement — she’s having a boy.“My baby is either going to be a Pisces or Aries,” Keke told Jimmy Fallon when asked what her child’s zodiac would be. “Pieces are known to be very deep. They’re emotional creatures. So I just want to make sure…

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Picking and choosing who gets an invite to your wedding can be stressful enough — and it only got worse for one person whose uninvited family members decided to air their grievances publicly. A soon-to-be married person took to Reddit to see if they were in the wrong for naming all the reasons they wanted a child-free wedding. This included some instances of the uninvited family member’s own children making a complete mess at the OP’s sister’s wedding, which was also *supposed* to be child-free. “Several people did not understand the meaning of ‘child free’ and brought their kids anyways,”…

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If you’re not familiar with Daisy Jones & The Six yet, it’s time to do some reading (or listen to the audiobook). Literally. You have a little over a month to devour Taylor Jenkins Reid’s most fantastic work, the 2019 novel of the same name, before the book-adapted series — starring Riley Keough as the eponymous lead singer — hits Prime. Talking about Daisy Jones is like one of those SNL nightclub skits made famous by Stefon: It has drugs they don’t make anymore, a prince, people having sex in bathrooms, babies being born everywhere, and so much talk about music. If…

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An incredible moment between a father and his newborn son is going viral on TikTok — and for good reason. It’s near impossible to not well up with tears watching this tender moment as a dad — Daniel Johnson (aka @fritojohnson89 on TikTok) — cradles his newborn preemie son in the neonatal intensive care unit while softly singing to him. What happens at the end is truly a “need to see it to believe it” kind of moment. In the now-viral video posted by Johnson, a voiceover speaks and on-screen text explains, “That moment you’re singing a worship song to…

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Baby names are usually influenced by a few factors, namely family traditions and trends. You want to pick names that represent important pieces of your lives or your relationships. But sometimes, the names you picked out a decade earlier for “someday” suddenly feel dated or not quite right. When you turn to the world around you for inspiration, it’s easy to end up picking a “trendy” name. What names are trendy right now? According to research, parents will be picking names from pop culture in 2023. Expect to see an uptick in the name Wednesday, along with some of her…

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