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January 11, 2016 at 10:58 am #1237AnonymousInactive
We are beginning our next RevItUp! group weight normalization program next week – 1/18/16. This program is 9 weeks in length and meets weekly (Mondays at 6pm) at our North Post Oak Location (701 North Post Oak Rd. B-7, Houston TX, 77024).
In school you may have gotten a preview of human metabolism and nutrition but most adults are lacking crucial information about food, nutrition, body composition and disease prevention. The biggest thing that sets this program apart from any other weight management program is that it has an educational foundation about the complex human metabolism.
We not only teach the participants how to eat, but also how the quality of the diet and macro-nutrient distribution of meals and snacks affect their metabolism and hormone regulation. Hormone regulation plays a HUGE role in energy balance. This program focuses on fueling your metabolism instead of restrictive dieting, the latter which is only associated with short term body composition changes.
This group will be running consecutively for 9 weeks. Please call 713-997-9613 for more information or to sign up.
Jeff Gibberman, MS, RDN, LD, CPT
Specializing in Non-Diet Approach Weight Management, Holistic Preventative Health, Sports Nutrition, Medical Nutrition Therapy for Chronic Disease Management, Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating.
Jeff is a certified personal trainer through Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) and has worked at several gyms across the U.S. training clients. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management from the University of Houston and a Master of Science in Nutrition from Bastyr University.
Jeff has experience in creating comprehensive health and wellness plans that help individuals reduce stress and improve their relationships with food and exercise. He collaborates with clients to create strategies for long term behavior change by using motivation based interviewing techniques. He has provided Medical Nutrition Therapy to patients with various disease states in both outpatient and hospital settings to help improve their health status and outcomes.
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