(PRWEB) January 8, 2008
Countless Americans who entered the New Year intending to drop excess weight can now get online support from Michigan Health Coach’s new website, http://www.MichiganHealthCoach.com . In addition to launching a new site, the Michigan-based nutrition consultant company has also partnered with a local chef to give clients additional motivation and nutrition knowledge needed to lose weight quickly and safely.
The new website features Michigan Health Coach founder Cheryl Heppard’s monthly newsletter, recipes, and ongoing events like Heppard’s new monthly book club, which focuses on health and wellness books.
To give its clients practical, hands-on support with healthy eating, Michigan Health Coach teamed up with a local chef and now offers cooking classes that feature quick and wholesome meals.
Michigan Health Coach’s new website and cooking class are based on the program’s overall premise that matches clients with a personal health mentor who responds to their particular weight-loss needs. As well as cooking classes, clients have access to a number of support meetings, health-oriented outings, and even grocery-shopping tours.
Heppard says that focusing on the individual is what makes her program unique. “This approach is not about self-discipline or willpower. It’s about personally discovering what nourishes you, what feeds you and ultimately what makes your life extraordinary.”
This personalized method is different than other competing nutrition consultants, who charge hundreds of dollars for generalized, common-sense nutritional information. Michigan Health Coach offers participants dozens of support meetings directly with a mentor in addition to group meetings with other members.
Many of Heppard’s clients are busy, on-the-go folks who are committed to making improvements to their health. Because she also struggled with weight loss, Heppard is able to use her personal experiences to motivate and advise clients on their specific circumstances. Michigan Health Coach encourages people to make healthy life changes over time, not overnight, by offering information that allows individuals to gradually adopt healthier eating habits.
“So many of us are focused on what we want in life,” Heppard points out. “Yet we lose focus of what we really need to be conscious of, which is our health.”
In addition to serving individuals, Michigan Health Coach also offers coaching to businesses, making this process a cheap alternative for corporations and organizations searching for a way to keep their employees in shape, healthy, and happy.
Michigan Health Coach offers a free initial consultation with a mentor to discuss personal goals, whether the program is a good match, and how a holistic, individualized approach to weight-loss can make a major difference.
For more information, please visit http://www.MichiganHealthCoach.com or call 248-592-0869.
Media contact: Cheryl Heppard