1. Overcoming Fibromyalgia

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

  2. Benefits of Exercise for Fibromyalgia

    MYTH: Exercise might accelerate fibromyalgia or worsen symptoms, so get more rest. TRUTH: Regular activity helps: Control fibromyalgia & severity of pain Maintain strong & flexible muscles Burn calories & control weight Provide greater range-of-motion to painful muscles & joints Improve a person's outlook on life Enhance quality of sleep Improve overall sense of well-being Increase…Read More

  3. Balancing Your Blood Sugar

    Glucose is a measure of the sugar level in your blood.  Glucose is the main source of energy for all of the cells in the body.  The rate at which it is metabolized is controlled by insulin, which is secreted by the pancreas.  Low levels could indicate too much insulin in the blood. Elevated fasting glucose levels may be an early sign of diabetes.  It is estimated that nearly 80 million America…Read More

  4. Motivators for Pursuing an Active Lifestyle!

    Motivators for Pursuing an Active Lifestyle! By Coach Toria Lee Most people are aware of the many benefits of leading an active lifestyle. Yet, despite all of the research studies, well-marketed products and services, resolutions and good intentions, the rate of overweight and obesity in our population continues to increase. There is a plethora of information that relates to the benefits of exerci…Read More

  5. Attractiveness & Healthy Body Image

    Attraction: byproduct of our biological wiring, what we learned from our family & friends growing up,                                                            cultural factors & what we see in the media. Healthy living & healthy weight does NOT mean skinny. In fact studies show that normal weight women were considered more healthy & attractive than o…Read More