WELLNESS SEMINAR SERIES

 

Learn to Stop Overeating: December 7 | 7:00PM

It’s the holiday season and we know what that means! An extra meal (or two), followed by our family’s famous cakes and pies. It is the perfect excuse to overindulge! I mean, it’s the Holiday – it only happens once a year, right? Does this sound familiar? Don’t worry; you’re not alone!

The truth is that most people overeat regularly, often contributing to a number of metabolic diseases. The trouble is that many don’t even realize they are overeating to begin with! Is there a unifying reason for this unhealthy habit or is it dependent on the person? Well, the answer is: both. The reasons we overeat can be grouped into three categories.

Join this conversation to learn what they are but most importantly, learn how to overcome them so that you can build healthy habits for vitality and longevity!

These seminars are free and open to all. 

Register today to reserve your spot!

This is a new wellness series with Vitality Coach, Rosemily Feliz.  Drawing on her expertise, she works with clients to explore limiting beliefs, create empowering ones, help make lifestyle changes and choose health-promoting ways that produce real and lasting results. 

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