- Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist - Certified Corporate Nutrition Professional - Nutrition for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, University of California, San Francisco - Human Physiology, Duke University - Economic Issues, Food & You, University of Florida - Diabetes: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Opportunities, University of California, San Francisco - Principles of Obesity Economics, Johns Hopkins University - Nutrition, Health, and Lifestyle: Issues and Insights, Vanderbilt University - Fitness Instructor SAFS - Nutrition Coach SAFS - Learning Therapist BWI - Thai Traditional Medicine Therapist WAT PHO - Power Plate Instructor - BNI Director Training - BNI MSP Trainer - Business Administration - Hospitality Administration
Did you know that a chronic sick or obese employee costs a company up to 42% more in direct and indirect costs than a healthy employee? And did you know that in middle and low income countries every 5th person is catching a chronic disease and is overweight? Chronic disease and obesity are the main cause of work disability below the age of 60 and premature death, what is costing individuals, corporate and economy a fortune and the costs are increasing year by year.
Today, more than 95% of all chronic disease are caused by food and lifestyle choices including toxic food ingredients, nutritional deficiencies, smoking and lack of physical exercise. Research shows that 33% of all cancer cases, the nr. 1 cause of death in most countries, could be prevented by changing and adjusting eating and exercise habits.
Specialties: Medical & Lifestyle Food Consulting, Nutrition for Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Nutrition Consulting for Parents, Executives, Hotels, Schools, Corporate, Nutrition as medicine, Brain food
Level: LEVEL 01(12mo pts: 12 pts)
Lifetime points: 41 pts
Executive Director/Master Coach/Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist at Coulson Holding Co. Ltd (Corporate Wellness Asia & Lifestyle Food Clinic)
Solving the Worldwide Obesity Epidemic
Obseity is global epidemic that is not showing signs of slowing down. How do we solve this issue? Does it come down to educating the mothers or the children? Is the solution a change of culture or changing the habits of individuals? What role do food companies play? Do they share the blame with their use of antibiotics and offering of processed foods?
Proactive Behaviors in Personal Health & Wellbeing
Focus on Innovation to enable positive behavior in personal health
Health and wellbeing (Self/Others[i.e.kids])
Most motivated on personal
Understand personal change
The innovations and the hows that help people move from reactive to proactive
Habit formation - Adoption of new behavior, how to maintain the behavior
Total Points: 41
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