Every year in March the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics focuses on healthful eating, because March is National Nutrition Month. By making more nutritious eating decisions, and engaging in physical activity you can make a difference in your health, and healthy habits.
Castro County Healthcare District (CCHD) offers a healthy living and weight-loss program, called Ideal Protein. The program is designed to help every individual reach their goals and teach you how to make healthier choices to help create a healthy lifestyle.
“Eating right doesn’t have to be hard,” said Jamie Blasingame, Ideal Protein Coach. “Ideal Protein is designed to help you build a routine that can easily be applied to your everyday life. We also don’t just give you information and send you on your way. We have one-on-one coaching with weekly weigh-ins for accountability and guidance.”
Ideal Protein is a four-phase program that is a Non-GMO and FDA Label approved. The CCHD Ideal Protein program has lost over 1200 in pounds between its members.
“After years of struggling with diets this is the only one that worked,” said Deana Beames, the first CCHD Ideal Protein participant. “I did not know how bad I felt until the weight started coming off and I began to feel better. I have so much more energy and it feels good to be able to go through the day without feeling exhausted. Best thing I have ever done for my health!”
No matter what your nutritional or weight loss goal is, Ideal Protein can help you achieve it. To learn more about Ideal Protein attend one of our educational seminars, held every second and fourth Tuesday of the month in the Education Room at Plains Memorial Hospital at 5:30pm, or call Jamie at 806.647.8760.