10 Tips for a Healthier Halloween
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Will this Halloween scare you to health?

ScaryMany of us have dressed up in scary costumes for Halloween and then at the end of the night the costume comes off right?  We don't go on dressed up in costume and living like the character we were dressed up as all year long (if you do there may be other issues we should discuss during our next coaching call)!

Now STOP for a moment and "slow your roll". CHALLENGE yourself to reflect on your current health status. If your current scenario (weight, clothing size, looks, feelings, etc.) is scaring you, think about it as an elaborate costume you were wearing and think of what would happen if you simply CHOOSE to just take it off and become the person you've always believed you could be and live the life you always wanted to live?

There's 28 Days from Oct. 31 to Thanksgiving Day. Using our medically proven formula and lifestyle coaching program you can take off up to 10-20 lbs in 28 days*, you could start exercising more consistently and look like a million bucks in this year's family photos (vs. avoiding them altogether).  All you have to do is re-commit to a 28-Day Health Challenge and live the BeSlim Habits of Health!

Contact us david@ehealthcoaching.com if you're ready to make the CHANGE and challenge interested family members, friends and co-workers to join you on the journey! We will provide you with a complimentary 15-20 min. health coaching session to develop your health action plan!

* Average weight loss is 2-5 lbs for 1st two weeks and 1-2 lbs thereafter.


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