Are You a Woman Over 45 and...



  • Sick of feeling like there is no solution

  • Tired of being tired all the time, even though you sleep 13 hours a day?

  • Looking at a simple flight of stairs as a marathon?

  • Frustrated by doctors telling you to change without explaining how?

  • Afraid of what the future holds?


  • If this is You....


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 Generally, participants engaging in regular physical activity display more desirable health outcomes across a variety of physical conditions. Journal of Behavioral Medicine. Penedo, Frank J; Dahn, Jason R



Even moderate weight loss in combination with increased activity can improve insulin sensitivity and glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes and prevent the development of type 2 diabetes in high-risk person. The American Journal of Clinical Nurtition. S, Klein, N, Sheard, X, Pi-Sunyer, A,Daly, J,Wylie-Rosett, K,Kulkarni, N,G Clark

The Lifestyle Heart Trial demonstrated that intensive lifestyle changes may lead to regression of coronary atherosclerosis after 1 year. The Journal of the American Medical Association. Dean Ornish, MD; Larry W. Scherwitz, PhD; James H. Billings, PhD, MPH; et al

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My name is Luke M Snabaitis, I have a Masters Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology. I am the Senior Clinical Exercise Physiologist for a preventable hospitalization program and owner of Welcise. I have spent the past decade in the health and fitness industry, seeking to help people like you. I have spent countless hours helping those with chronic disease improve their lifestyle and get back to health.