Heart Health for Men
What you'll learn
- Spot and avoid the 9 Health Bandits for Heart Disease.
- Practice 15 heart healthy diet and lifestyle approaches.
- Form a complementary healthcare plan for your heart that will support your medical plan.
- You'll gain experience with 17 lifestyle changes and 30 heart healthy foods.
- No previous knowledge necessary.
- Internet use is necessary to view the course.
Nutritionist and Complementary Heart Health expert Matthew Koontz will guide you through the Heart Health for Men course where you will learn the list of 9 Health Bandits that are harming your heart and the 15 diet and lifestyle strategies that protect your heart. Follow each of the 30 Food Focus goals and 17 Lifestyle Change goals to begin practicing a heart healthy lifestyle.
Heart Disease is often caused by diet and lifestyle habits that we've relied on for years. When you include the right diet and lifestyle changes to your medical plan, you will achieve remarkable results.
This course is equivalent to four months of education with a personal nutritionists which costs about $1,000 or more! Instead of meeting with a nutritionist, you can watch the lesson videos wherever you want and learn all the diet and lifestyle aspects of heart disease prevention and support. The course is not meant to replace medical care and in fact, works well as a complementary factor of your medical plan. Consult with a doctor before making diet and lifestyle changes.
More Content To Come:
Section 7 - Final Changes: Live & Online Mid-Late June
Section 8 - Medications & Closing Notes: Live & Online Mid-Late June
Who this course is for:
- Men who are concerned about Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke.
- Men who are ready to change the diet and lifestyle factors that are fueling their Heart Disease.
- Anyone who wants to learn diet and lifestyle approaches for heart health.
My name is Matthew Koontz, and I'm a licensed, registered dietitian with a master's degree in nutrition. I work directly with clients who want to improve their health with diet and lifestyle changes. I live in Washington and see clients in my office space or virtually.
I have additional training in behavior change theories, obesity management, supplements/herbs, and cultural anthropology. Diabetes, heart/cardiovascular disease, and digestive/gastrointestinal issues - including food allergies - are my practice's chief areas of focus. I love sharing nutrition information and educating everyone who wants to get healthier through diet and lifestyle changes.
My integrative approach considers the whole health picture, daily activity, stress, and sleep.