There has been a new and growing movement in how people are looking at caring for their health. Many are turning to health coaches to manage their health and nutritional needs.
Most people who go into the health coaching profession are already personally invested in their own health and nutrition. Many are currently in related wellness fields such as personal trainers, massage therapists, yoga instructors, nurses, and even doctors.
Many doctors are endorsing health coaching as a valuable career, which has added to its fast growth and acceptance.
More people are delving into the health coaching profession because there is such an important need. With our aging population, there is an increase in serious chronic health conditions, as well as major health issues related to sedentary lifestyles and obesity.
People are seeking out health coaches as a healthcare alternative. Unlike most doctors who spend 15 minutes per patient, health coaches spend as much time as needed to help their clients address their personal health and wellness issues and customize strategies to overcome them.
The fact is…most people know they need to make healthier lifestyle changes, yet they have no idea how to go about it.
A health coach supports their clients by honing in on the health, lifestyle diet and nutritional information that is relevant to them as individuals. By providing customized step-by-step tools, accountability and unwavering support, a healthy coach ultimately helps their clients to help themselves create permanent changes for their health and well-being.
So why should people hire you as their FDN health coach?
Because your FDN training helps you to understand the mental, emotional, physical, bio-chemical, behavioral and lifestyle factors that are required to improve your client’s overall health and well-being.
That is why Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) practitioners are the most successful health coaches in health and wellness.
And that’s it for this week’s Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Vlog of the Week.