Rocky Mount, NC (PRWEB) July 27, 2011
Joyce Harrell, RN, OCN, CVBC, announced today the launching of her new website, http://www.lowglycemicnurse.com, to provide education, encouragement and affordable tools to help sugar addicts bring their addiction under control and achieve a balance by taking small steps that can lead to permanent change.
Harrell, who is a registered nurse, Wellness coach, Certified Vision Board Coach, and author, is also an independent facilitator of “The Healthy Edge Program,” which empowers, educates, supports and stresses accountability. “This eight week journey through our health program will consist of three major components each week,” said Harrell. “Three destructive mindsets that can cost you your health-- relationships, happiness and fulfillment--are discussed in our health program. We help you discover where you are in these mindsets and how to overcome the stresses and difficulties associated with them.”
If you think you’re a sugar addict, you might ask yourself the following questions:
1. Do you crave sweets?
2. Do you love pasta and rice and feel like you can’t get enough?
3. Do you crave sweets when you really aren’t hungry?
4. Do you have belly fat?
5. Do you have blood sugars that are out of control? (or even type II diabetes or pre-diabetes)
6. Are you constantly trying to diet, or to eat healthier but feel discouraged because you feel you don’t have willpower?
“If you answered ‘yes’ to any of those questions, you might be a sugar addict!” said Harrell.
Harrell will serve as a resource and ‘health coach’ to lead her clients. She utilizes wellness principles as she coaches clients with health challenges such as obesity, pre-diabetes, type II diabetes and high blood pressure as they start their journey incorporating low glycemic lifestyle changes.
“I had a life transforming experience on the journey to becoming a wellness coach. I discovered I wasn’t well and this event was a pivotal turning point in my life. It resulted in a job change and focusing on my passion to help other realize their wellness potential,” said Harrell.
“I believe when you take small steps you will achieve permanent change, and I believe you have the creative answers inside you already,” Harrell added.
Harrell also offers products to help clients make better choices. Among those products is Harrell’s recently published book, “C.P.R. for the Kitchen Pantry,” a collection of family-friendly recipes. It is available free to those participating in the Healthy Edge Program offered on her website.
For more information, visit the website or contact Joyce Harrell, RN at 252-801-4510.