WOMEN HOLD POWER TO CREATE A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
8/21 BISMARCK - There is good news amidst national reports of women facing obesity and disease: modifiable lifestyle choices can save women’s’ lives. The by-product of health is increased energy, productivity, stronger immune system and lower stress. Visiting speaker, Polly Pitchford, author, fitness instructor and weight management counselor shares her expertise at the Women’s Health Conference on September 30, 2013 in Bismarck, North Dakota. The conference features practical experiences to help women grow their personal health.
“Awareness, education and skills [are] needed to take charge of their own good health to live fuller, richer, more productive lives,” says Pitchford, “there are three main aspects of how to rediscover your health and live with vitality: exercise, nutrition, and attitude.”
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation state health facts, 55% of female adults are obese in North Dakota. North Dakota Department of Health offers encouragement: the health benefits associated with exercise begins immediately. Regular activity reduces the risk of disease, contributes to healthy bones and reduces symptoms of anxiety. The result is an enhanced quality of life.
“Each one of us harbors more power than we realize to create exactly the kind of healthy lifestyle that supports our goals of reviving energy and vitality,” says Pitchford.
During the Women’s Health Conference Pitchford’s keynote addresses modest nutritional changes, exercises that can revive a mid-day slump, and stress reducers. The address is one of many practical, uplifting experiences to help the women attendees grow their personal health and the health of their families.
The conference features practical motivation to help women grow their personal health. Tickets cost $40 and are available at www.womens-health-conference.com or by contacting Reach Partners 701-271-8170.