Healthy-E² A 4 Pillar Approach to Feeling Great at Any Age


Health-E² is an innovative approach to eating and exercise with the support of a skilled and certified Health Coach. It’s a common sense approach, with a personalized plan that moves at your pace, and helps you discard old harmful habits and adopt new healthy habits -- to reach your health goals.

Driving the success of this program are the 4 Pillars that all work together to build the foundation that your future great health will stand on. Overtime, the plan will help you make small changes in how you Eat and Exercise. Once you turn these small changes into habits, you may be amazed by the difference a tiny change will make in your health over the course of several months. It has a compounding effect.

Pillar 1 – Your Personal Health Coach

You are not in it alone. The Miriam Hospital’s Weight Control and Diabetes Research Center in Providence, R.I. recently conducted a study that found participants who worked with a personal health coach successfully lost more than 10% of their body weight. 10% is an important number because that amount of weight loss has been shown to reduce the risk of obesity-related diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease.

Pillar 2 – Health Survey

We are all different, and that is why Health-E² works to pinpoint our individual needs. A robust survey captures your health data which your coach will then analyze. Based on his or her assessment, and with your input -- a customized strategic health plan is designed just for you, your body type and your lifestyle.

Pillar 3 – Meal Plan

Breaking old habits can be hard, so the Health-E² approach was designed to slowly eliminate the poor food habits and replace them with better food choices.

Pillar 4 – Activity Plan

A personalized training plan is designed to work with your nutrition plan. Like your nutrition plan, your training plan is designed to ramp over time as you safely increase your strength and stamina.

Aristotle said “We are what we repeatedly do” It is a fact that 40-50% of what we do every day is out of habit. Studies show that it takes just 21 days for a new