5 Ways to Boost Your Energy
by Dr. Carla Hightower, The Superfood Coach™
In this FREE resource you will learn about…
- Nutritious foods that increase your energy
- Tips that help you wake up well-rested
- Lifestyle changes to help you feel vibrant & alive
Create a Healthy Lifestyle and Thrive
These interactive workplace wellness workshops help your organization create healthy energetic teams. With a focus on healthy food and lifestyle changes, these workshops help participants reduce stress, boost their energy, and naturally become more productive.
Complete these online wellness courses to jumpstart your wellness journey. Learn practical information about the benefits of whole foods and other lifestyle changes that support health and help you reach your wellness goals faster.
Here’s what people say about us…
“I joined Dr. Carla’s whole-food plant-based program. It changed my life. After 3 months in the program, I am down 20 pounds, my blood sugars average 99 (fasting) to 130 two hours post-meals and my A1C is 5.8”
“Using this health coaching program, I have seen a vast improvement in my overall health and I no longer need insulin for my type 2 diabetes. My blood sugar went from 436 to 82 and my A1C went from 11.7 to 5.2.”
“I learned that I can eat well and not be hungry. I’m losing weight and my clothes fit better. I see the difference in how much better I feel. My blood sugar is improving and the pain in my feet is much better. The program taught me that with food the body can heal itself. The program was life changing for me.”
Testimonials Disclaimer: Testimonials on this website apply to the individuals depicted. Individual results will vary. Past performances do not guarantee future results. Exact results and experiences will be unique to each individual. Testimonials are provided voluntarily and individuals are not compensated for said statements.
Helping you feel better and thrive in life
I understand it’s not easy to create a healthy lifestyle. Thirteen years I was eating unhealthy fast food and had poor lifestyle habits. Consequently, I developed one health problem after another, including prediabetes, gut issues, pain, and a serious case of pneumonia. Fortunately, by changing my eating and lifestyle habits, I turned my health around. Today, through my online courses and health coaching services, I help people heal themselves with food. Through my workplace wellness workshops, I enjoy helping companies and organizations create healthy energetic teams. Research shows whole food plant-based nutrition and healthy lifestyle habits support wellness and allow the body to heal itself.
Carla Hightower, MD, MBA
The Superfood Coach™
Certified Integrative Health Coach
& Workplace Wellness Consultant
Dr. Carla Hightower has been featured on CBS 2 News and Chicago area radio shows (WGN, WVON, and AM 560). She was showcased on the AARP website and a panelist at the Forward Food Leadership Summit sponsored by the Humane Society and Northwestern University.
A healthy plant-based lifestyle helps your body heal itself
Restore your energy and enjoy life
Regain control of your lifestyle and your well-being
Plant-Based Breakfast Recipes for Balanced Blood Sugar
These delicious and nutritious recipes help boost energy, curb cravings and keep blood sugar in check.
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