Posts by Lisa Burbage

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Lisa Burbage, health and wellness coach, attains national board certification

Charleston, S.C. – Lisa Burbage, founder and president of Wellness Beyond Fifty, LLC, a Charleston-based company that provides health coaching to individuals across North America, recently earned her National Board-Certified Health & Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC) certificate. The certification examination is provided by the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC), a collaboration between the National Board of Medical Examiners...

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Wellness Beyond Fifty offers diabetes prevention program

Charleston, S.C. – Wellness Beyond Fifty, LLC, a Charleston-based company that provides health coaching to individuals across North America, will be offering Prevent T2, a diabetes prevention program, starting in January of 2018. Lisa Burbage, a national board-certified health and wellness coach, will be leading the program.   Prevent T2 is a Centers for Disease Control (CDC)-approved curriculum program proven...

Prevent2 diabetes offered at Holly Hill UMC

Prevent2 diabetes offered at Holly Hill UMC

By G.W. HALL T&D Correspondent  HOLLY HILL — Holly Hill United Methodist Church will host Prevent2 diabetes educational program beginning at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 3. The initial meeting will be a get-acquainted session to familiarize course participants with Health and Wellness Coach Lisa Burbage, who will facilitate the program. Regular classes will begin on Oct. 17. Participants must...

Is Healthy Eating One of Your New Year’s Goals?

Healthy eating can benefit you in many ways. It can help you live longer and become stronger. Good nutrition keeps your muscles, bones and organs in tip-top shape. A proper diet can also reduce the risks of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and diabetes. Also, healthy eating leads to consuming fewer calories and more nutrient-rich food that will keep...

How Chocolate Can Alleviate Anxiety & Stress

It’s OK to eat chocolate, but do so BEFORE you get uptight. Also, check the label to make sure it’s not loaded with milk and sugar. Research has shown that obese women have higher levels of cortisol than those who maintain a healthy weight. Cortisol triggers the accumulation of fat, especially around organs and the abdomen, which can contribute to...

Resolve to Take a Broad Approach to Weight Management this New Year

Now that we are in the holiday season, many of us resign ourselves to the weight gain that typically follows. Indeed, it is very hard to pass up holiday sweets that seem to be everywhere as well as extra servings of a traditional family dish. That’s why so many weight loss books are published at this time promising a “New Year, New You.” So it’s no surprise...

What’s Up with all the Coloring Books?

Coloring books for adults are popping up in stores just about everywhere these days. I’ve seen these books in Barnes and Noble, Sam’s, Costco and some of the dollar stores, and wondered why they all the rage. Especially regarding the mental health benefits associated with an activity once considered for children only. It doesn’t require expensive paints, brushes, stretched canvasses,...

The Power of Female Friendships

It’s almost Thanksgiving — a time to reflect on the many things you are grateful for, on this day and always. I’m especially grateful for girlfriends. I’ve always had girlfriends. My mother did too and like many things, she set a good example. There are a lot of health benefits to maintaining and making new girlfriends. I never take them...

5 Surprising Secrets to Getting a Great Night’s Sleep

It seems as though the older I get, the harder it is for me to get a good night’s sleep. The problem for me doesn’t seem to be falling asleep, but getting 7-8 hrs of uninterrupted sleep. In an effort to get a restful night of shut-eye I started doing some research and this is what I found out: No...

Energetic, Motivational, & Customized for Your Business

Energetic, Motivational, & Customized for Your Business

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