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Researchers have found that holiday weight gain in the US begins in late October and takes an average 5 months to lose (1). The holiday season can also increase our stress, ruin our sleep, and zap our energy too.
But, it doesn’t have to. Looking and feeling better during the holidays – and throughout the rest of the year – can actually be simple and convenient when you have a personal nutritionist to guide you through healthy choices.
Arivale makes this possible. Its data-driven program uses your unique genetics to take the guesswork out of meeting your New Year’s wellness goals and helps prevent you from getting derailed by holiday temptations by keeping you on track with on-demand access to your own personal health coach, an expert in nutrition and behavior change.
This personal guide is your own cheerleader, accountability partner, and time-saver in one. They can help with everything from choosing healthy menu options and improving sleep to meeting fitness goals and planning meals. You tailor the program to what you want to focus on – and your Arivale coach creates a simple, actionable plan based on your own genetic makeup.
WHAT ARIVALE DELIVERS:
- 40 insights from over 3,000 genetic variants to understand your predispositions around heart health, diabetes, inflammation, nutrition, and stress management.
- Data from over 40 blood markers to discover how your genes and lifestyle are affecting your health – and whether you’re at risk for disease.
- A registered dietitian you can work one on one with – when you need – to provide accountability, motivation, more time, and less stress.
- A customized action plan tailored to your goals, body, and lifestyle providing easy-to-understand steps toward looking and feeling better.
Check out the Arivale Healthy Holiday Package that offers 3 months of coaching (a $696 value) for just $297. www.arivale.com/gift2018
(1) Reference: https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMc1602012?url_ver=Z39.882003&rfr_id=ori%3Arid%3Acrossref.org&rfr_dat=cr_pub%3Dwww.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov