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SMALL CHANGES KEY TO LONG-TERM HEALTHY HABITS

How to Create Life-Enhancing Habits and Keep Them

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Dr. John Agwunobi, M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H.

 

2017 is here, and most of us are looking at the New Year as a fresh start, a new beginning that includes thinking about your New Year’s resolution. According to Psychology Today, 50 percent of people make a New Year’s resolution, yet only about 8 percent of people actually achieve their New Year’s goals. After the holiday tradition of over-indulgence, we set out to rid our cabinets of junk food, hit the gym and start fresh. But while most of us start out the New Year with the best of intentions, we often employ the worst of strategies.

On Wednesday, January 25th, Dr. John Agwunobi, Chief Health and Nutrition Officer at Herbalife will be available to discuss how viewers can become a part of the eight percent. He will provide tips on how to make small changes by creating new nutritional habits that lead to a long-term healthy, active, lifestyle. He will also explain why going hard and fast with a fad diet isn’t a sustainable option, what a balanced meal consists of, and the benefits of meal replacements, including protein drinks.

Some of his tips include:

·         Don’t call it a diet, because diets are restrictive. Think of it as a long term solution. Your resolutions are something you’ll need to practice steadily – for days, weeks and months – for lasting results.

·         Make little lifestyle changes- it takes three weeks to make a habit, add fruits and vegetables to every meal, go for a walk, take the stairs instead if elevator, park your car further from the door and walk.

·         The difference between a meal replacement and protein shake.

·         Don’t worry about monumental changes all at once, do little things every day.

For more information, please visit: www.discoverGoodNutrition.com

MORE ABOUT DR. JOHN AGWUNOBI

Dr. John Agwunobi, M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H., brings an accomplished background to Herbalife as a physician, a public health official and a global executive. Dr. Agwunobi is responsible for the company’s nutrition philosophy and for ensuring that nutrition science is integrated into nutrition training and product education for Independent Herbalife Members. He works closely with our team of scientists and Ph.D.’s as well as providing leadership and support to the Herbalife Nutrition Institute and the company’s expert advisory boards. Dr. Agwunobi brings a wealth of experience from both the public and private sectors. Most notably, from 2005-2007, he served as the Assistant Secretary of Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. During his term, he was responsible for disease prevention and health promotion. He oversaw the Centers for Disease Control, National Institutes of Health, the Food and Drug Administration, the office of the U.S. Surgeon General, and numerous other public health offices and programs.In the private sector, Dr. Agwunobi served as Senior Vice President and President of health and wellness for Walmart in the United States where he grew the business and provided insight and advice on health reform positions, public health advocacy, health nutrition, employee wellness and emergency response.Dr. Agwunobi has a broad educational background that includes a master’s in public health from Johns Hopkins University and a master’s in business administration from Georgetown University. Dr. Agwunobi completed his pediatric residency at Howard University and is currently a licensed physician in Florida, Maryland and Washington D.C. He serves on numerous boards including the U.S. African Development Foundation (USADF), Shopko, Magellan Health Services, Smart Rx Systems Inc. and Oration Health.

Produced for: Herbalife (one mention)

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