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Getting a Health Coach May be the Answer

Kristen Codianni

Kristen Codianni, a certified health coach based in southern Arizona, works with clients all over the country by phone and during in-person workshops. Codianni works one-on-one to implement a healthy diet and lifestyle that’s customized to them and is sustainable in the long term, helping to identify and overcome roadblocks and ending the cycle of fad diets and failures. She notes that it can be difficult to decipher all of the health and nutrition advice out there, because there’s a lot of misinformation available. We all need to find what works for us as individuals.

Not to be confused with a fitness trainer or nutritionist, a health coach helps tackle more than just diet and exercise. Stress reduction, good sleep and emotional well-being all play a large role in the quality of our lives. Doctors don’t always have the time to go over stress or time management and nutrition with their patients. Physicians diagnose and treat illnesses, but health coaches work with clients to teach the preventative measures that eliminate the root causes of many illnesses and to keep them out of the doctor’s office altogether.

Being healthy isn’t about always being hungry and having a gym membership. A health coach guides and supports individuals to find their healthy life—one that can be maintained and enjoyed.

For more information, call 520-762-1314 or visit

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