Getting skinny (reaching a healthy BMI) is the first step on a journey to a healthier life.
Getting skinny is a secret desire of many people and that is okay. We know skinny doesn’t mean healthy but it is part of being healthy.
Getting skinny lowers your risk of chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease.
But did you know that getting skinny can actually lower your risk of getting cancer.
Getting skinny reduces joint pain and makes going up a flight of stairs or getting in and out of your car easier.
Getting skinny makes you ecstatic when you check your own lab results.
Getting skinny helps you be in integrity when you teach your patients about self-care.
Getting skinny brings confidence and confident nurses take action. Maybe you want to go back to school or go for that new nursing job or try a nontraditional role such as health coaching.
Getting skinny brings confidence in relationships too.
Getting skinny helps you get back into old clothes you love and haven’t been able to wear.
Getting skinny makes it more fun shopping for new clothes.
Getting skinny makes you feel good enough to want to be more active – riding that bike or maybe dancing.
Getting skinny makes you feel more attractive.
Getting skinny can improve SEX.