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Wellness Coaching: What Not To Say To Dieters

Wellness coaching or health coaching is not just all about proper diet and exercise.   It is about a proper mental health image as well.   Keeping this positive mentality is important and key to permanent weight loss. However things we say can have a negative impact as well.   Health care coaches have come up with a list of things you should not say to someone who is trying to lose weight:

From Health.com

Wellness Coaching: What Not To Say To Dieters

What’s the worst thing anyone ever said to you when you were trying to lose weight? That’s the question we put to Health’s Facebook audience, and boy, did we get an earful!

Research backs those responses up. A whopping 66% of women aged 25-55 who have dieted or are trying to lose weight say those closest to them—including spouses and friends—actually undermine their attempts to get slim and healthy, confirms a recent survey by Medi-Weightloss Clinics in Tampa, Fla. Here, the worst things someone can say to you on your weight loss journey—and what your best response should be to stay on course.

For the full list please go here.

Wellness coaching can only go so far.    Ultimately it is up to you to stay with you diet.   You should not let anything anyone says push you away from your goal.    Keeping positive and listening to your health care coach will see you meet those goals.   If you are interested in health care coaching then you should visit our webpage. 


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