Health Promotion & Nutrition

Honda Wellness Centers

Program Highlights

    4-week Nutrition Program designed to improve your eating habits & ultimately improve your health!

NO ONSITE CLASSES!*

*Program manual received at registration

Weekly raffle prizes & grand prize giveaways!

FREE for Members

$5.00 for Non-members

Registration: Nov. 5 – Nov. 21

Program Runs: Nov. 26 – Dec. 21

 

Nutrition Consultations

Schedule a one-on-one appointment with a Registered Dietitian at one of the Honda Wellness Centers. The dietitian can provide you with individual-based nutrition information, educational material, meal planning, recipe ideas and more.

Consults typically last about 45 minutes to an hour and follow-up visits are also available to help you focus on maintaining your goals and monitoring your progress.

Fill out the Consultation Form and turn it in at the wellness center, or fill one out at the wellness center!

Research shows that it takes 21-40 days to build a habit. Start taking small steps now to BUILD     up your health before  the start of the New Year!

How It Works

  1. Complete simple actions each day to build healthy habits

  2. Fill out 1 Healthy Habit Brick (or online below) per day to add to the wall

  3. Each brick (or online submission) you add will be entered into a raffle drawing for a 4-Person Coleman Camping Tent!

 

BodyGem Metabolic Testing

Your metabolism is compromised of resting metabolic rate (RMR), the number of calories your body burns each day with little or no activity, and your lifestyle. Your RMR makes up the largest (approximately 65-75%) of your total metabolism.

The BodyGem test provides a precise measurement of your RMR in just 10 minutes or less. Whether you are wanting to lose weight, build strength, or just understand your daily calorie needs, this test can help you plan and reach your personal health goals.

The cost to complete the test and receive a full assessment of your results with a Registered Dietitian is $17 + tax.

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