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Mental attitudes and emotions are important elements in overall health. When treating illness and disease, lifestyle counselling – along with naturopathic therapies – can provide support for those with depression, fatigue, work-related stress, relationship issues and life transitions. Your naturopathic doctor can help you maintain long-term health and wellness with a program that may include counselling, exercise and sleep recommendations, among other therapies.
A healthy diet, with the right balance of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, anti-oxidants, fibre and amino acids is the most important tool for your body to manage stress and to prevent and recover from illness.
The RSNC’s Be Your BEST Self (BYBS) program is a healthy lifestyle and weight management program, created by Dr. Afsoun Khalili, ND for people who are struggling with their weight.
BYBS focuses on healthy eating and lifestyle education and provides tools to individuals for maintaining healthy lifestyle changes and managing stress. The program addresses underlying issues around food and eating by giving participants the tools to recognize behaviours that may contribute to their weight issues. The program runs for 6 weeks and costs $75.
BYBS support groups provide motivation for program participants, where topics such as the following are discussed:
- Food sensitivities and how to read labels
- How to shop, eat and cook healthily
- Stress and stress management
- Depression and anxiety
- Menopause and andropause
Learn more about the BYBS program at a free information session taking place on Monday, September 16 at 6:30 p.m. Register now!
The BYBS program will start on Monday, September 23 and will run for 6 weeks every Monday evening from 6 - 7:30 p.m. Participants can sign up in the middle of the program up to the third session. Participants who start in the middle will make up the remainder sessions at the next program start. You can register for the program here.
NOTE: This program is not for individuals with anorexia nervosa, bulimia, other eating disorders, or those under the age of 16.