WAC Magazine

November/December 2012

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WELLNESS PROGRAMS Connecting mind with body 52 PROGRAMS Autumn Detox & Cleanse Fit Life Individualized Nutritional Counseling Quit Smoking Program Why Weight? 53 FEATURED SERVICES Active Isolated Stretching Acupuncture Biofeedback Injury Screening Manage Your High Cholesterol Metabolic Testing Naturopathic Medicine Physical Therapy Podiatry Services Rolfing Structural Integration Segmental Body Fat Analysis Shopping for Good Health Speakers Bureau Vitamin B12 Shots Weight-Loss Coaching Yoga Therapy PROGRAMS Autumn Detox & Cleanse Get serious about nutrition Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food. — Hippocrates Food is of the utmost importance to our health and well-being. It should be your first defense against disease and your No. 1 tool for staying healthy. Yet most indi- viduals feel confused by all the nutrition information available—and most of us don't get adequate advice from our general practitioner. Meeting with a certified nutritionist can help you decipher dietary best-practices. WAC Nutritionist Shana Hopkins received her master's degree in nutrition from Bastyr University and has more than 13 years' experience working with WAC members. She'll take your cur- rent diet and lifestyle into account and offer ideas on what you should change to stay in top shape or manage a health issue. You'll leave with a clear idea of what dietary adjustments to make and how to make them. She also can offer insights about menu plans and grocery lists. Nutritional supplementation may be imple- mented as needed. Shana's focus areas include, but are not limited to, weight loss, diabetes and other blood-sugar issues, cholesterol management and pregnancy. Information and registration: 206.839.4782, shopkins@wac.net 52 | Washington Athletic Club Magazine | NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2012 Feeling sluggish and weighed down? Start this fall on a healthy note through a per- sonalized detox and cleanse program. This four-week intense dietary program is designed to give your body the optimal nutrition it needs to clean house through proper food choices and liver-supporting supplemental shakes. You will be instructed on how to prepare and eat a diet high in clean, lean proteins and antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables, while taking out foods that weigh your body down, like heavy fats, sugars and alcohol. You'll finish feeling rejuvenated, refreshed and energetic. Includes individual consultation, body fat analysis, supporting materials and supplementation. Can't commit to four weeks? Ask about a two-week detox option. $250, plus cost of nutritional supplementation; information and registration: 206.839.4782, shopkins@wac.net JONATHAN SCHMIDT

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