1. Worksite Wellness Ideas for Challenging Times

    Challenging economic times make it critically important to keep employees healthy, productive, and present. Polls have found that as many as 1/4 to 1/3  of Americans avoid physician visits to save money. 10% or more are delaying refilling their prescriptions or taking smaller doses to try to make existing prescriptions last longer. These types of behaviors can drive individuals further down the …Read More

  2. Overcoming Fibromyalgia

                                                                                       By Coach Toria Lee, Certified Personal Trainer (ACSM), Wellness Coach, Exercise Therapist,                                                                          Lifestyle & Weight Management Consultant, President: WellFit Health So…Read More

  3. Moving Forward from Diabetes to Dynamic Living!

    If you have a goal to defeat Type 2 Diabetes, or make any other life change, you must be ready & committed to take action. The following model, which is based on the Trans-theoretical Model of Change, can serve as a guideline to see if you are truly READY to make behavioral change. The stages range from Pre-contemplation, Contemplation, Preparation & Action to Maintenance. 1.     Pre-con…Read More

  4. Healthy Weight Loss: Basic Math

    I have been immersed in helping lose weight the RIGHT way for over 25 years. If you are carrying excess baggage, then it is time to dump the junk & begin your journey toward living a healthy empowered life! Make a Decision & Commit to it! Tell yourself, "I WILL Succeed because...." Believe in yourself! You can be your own best coach. Write down the "Heart of Your Why", your intrinsic motiv…Read More

  5. Heart Risks Rise with Obesity

      TUESDAY, July 16 (HealthDay News) -- There's more bad news for overweight Americans: A 30-year study finds the risk for heart disease rises the longer someone is obese. "Each year of obesity was associated with about a 2 to 4 percent higher risk of subclinical coronary heart disease," said study lead author Jared Reis, an epidemiologist with the U.S. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. "…Read More

  6. Benefits of Wellness Coaching Part 1

      A Professional Interview of Dr. Michael Arloski by David Hunnicut Dr. Michael Arloski is CEO of Real Balance Global Wellness Services (www.realbalance.com) and dean of the Wellness Coach Training Institute. He is a licensed psychologist and professional certified coach with over 30 years of professional contribution to the field of wellness. Dr. Arloski is the author of Wellness Coaching fo…Read More

  7. Take Care of Your Back! Avoid Surgery & Enjoy a Pain-free Life

    Back care: are you overlooking it? Bad habits decrease the health of it, overlooking it can be easy and repeated incorrect behaviors of it can lead to misalignment. Did I also mention that its neglect can also cause back pain? Sounds pretty terrible, right? The “it” referred to in the above statements is back care – one of the many highly overlooked areas in terms of overall health. E…Read More

  8. Exercise Therapy: Movement and Miracles

    Many people who walk into Life's Adjustments Chiropractic clinic in Auburn Hills,MI, wonder what is going on behind the closed door  near the reception desk. Sounds of laughter, music and yes, sometimes moaning, emerge from this room on a daily basis. So what IS going on in that room commandeered by WellFit Exercise Therapists? "A lot of movement and sometimes miracles," comments WellFit Presiden…Read More

  9. How Healthy Living Enhances Attractiveness & Productivity (Part 1)

    How Healthy Living Enhances Attractiveness & Productivity Healthy living & healthy weight does NOT mean skinny. In fact studies show that normal weight women were considered more healthy & attractive than overweight AND underweight gals. The JLO body is far preferred to the Paris Hilton type. I think most of us know that physical attractiveness is NOT the most important factor when it …Read More

  10. Depression: Stopping the Thief that Steals Your Life

    Depression is a potentially life-threatening mood disorder that affects 1 in 5 persons in the United States, or approximately 17.6 million Americans each year. Major depression is the No.1 psychological disorder in the western world and is growing in all age groups, especially teens and in virtually every community. Depressed patients are more likely to develop many secondary diseases including ty…Read More