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Program provides patients health care coaches

One in five Medicare patients return to the hospital within a month of going home. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Doctors have made house calls for years.   It benefited the patients who were to ill or too injured to move.  The practice is still continued today.  Why can’t life coaches do the same?   A new program allows student health care coaches to provide health coaching to patients at their homes.   It is a very good way for patients who have just been operated on to receive health coaching without having to travel.   This benefits the patient because they can


Health Care Coaches Agree, Our Bodies Need Water

Health Care Coaches Agree, Our Bodies Need Water

Our bodies need sufficient water. Without water we cannot continue to live.  It is that essential to us.   Water should be a huge part of any diet.   By drinking water, you aid digestion and boost your metabolism.   Drinking plenty of water also helps detoxify your kidneys and liver.    By flushing out these toxins from our bodies we can live cleaner, healthier lives. We recommend this video presentation on the topic, especially for all of our health care coaches. access video: click here


Health Care Coaches Suggest More Calcium.

Health Care Coaches Suggest More Calcium.

Health Care Coaches Suggest More Calcium. Calcium is the most plentiful mineral in the body. Ninety-nine percent of it can be found in our bones and teeth. Foods that are high in calcium include milk, yogurt, cheddar cheese, ice cream, salmon and oysters. Adequate levels of vitamin D are required for calcium to adequately absorbed in the body. If you have a vitamin D deficiency then you may well have a calcium deficiency too. Health Care Coaches believe that if you are on a high protein diet over long periods of time this can have a detrimental effect on your