Making healthy lifestyle changes allows you to have greater control of your health and well-being.
FirstLine Therapy is a specialized therapeutic lifestyle program unlike any other. It targets the underlying causes of chronic illness by incorporating a sensible eating plan, physical activity, nutritional support, and stress management.
FirstLine Therapy helps you:• Take simple steps every day that will enhance health and help prevent disease
• Adopt habits of living that may delay the onset of illness in old age and possibly reverse disease progression and risk factors
Your personal FirstLine Therapy program includes:
- Health screening
- Body composition analysis
- Customized health plans
- Lifestyle and behavioral coaching
- Personalized food plans
- Physical activity recommendations
- Targeted nutritional support
- Tracking tools
The FirstLine Therapy Difference
The following key characteristics are unique to the FirstLine Therapy program:
Illness do not have to be a normal part of aging.
Many chronic diseases could be prevented, delayed, or alleviated through simple lifestyle changes. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that eliminating three risk factors (poor diet, inactivity, smoking) would prevent 80% of heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes, as well as 40% of cancer.
• In 2011, 52% of adults aged 18 years or older did not meet the recommendations for aerobic exercise or physical activity, and 76% did not meet recommendations for musclestrengthening physical activity
• About 47% of US adults have at least one of the following major risk factors for heart disease or stroke:
- Uncontrolled high blood pressure
- Uncontrolled high LDL cholesterol
- Currently smoke
• In 2011, 36% of adolescents and 38% of adults said they ate fruit less than once a day, while 38% of adolescents and 23% of adults said they ate vegetables less than once a day
• 90% of Americans consume too much sodium, which increases their risk of high blood pressure
Reversing and delaying chronic illness
Extensive scientific research demonstrates that many
chronic diseases associated with aging can be prevented
or even treated by adopting a healthy lifestyle, including: Cardiovascular disease, Diabetes, High blood pressure, High cholesterol, Obesity,
Osteoporosis, Sarcopenia, Stroke.
What does “better health” mean to you?
Most people want more energy, mental clarity, full physical function, and absence of disease through the aging process.