Mitch Webb Health is a Licensed Health Coach for women in North Carolina, utilizing the Keto diet with many of his students. Keto has so many health benefits if your body is genetically geared for the diet. Mitch always advises women and men both in Durham and Wake Counties in North Carolina to seek out an integrative health doctor so you can see what you are genetically predisposed to before you start any long-term diet. All diets can be modified to your genetic profile.
What are the Health Benefits to the Ketogenic Diet
- LOSE WEIGHT
- REDUCE BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS
- KEEP HEART DISEASE AT BAY
- REDUCE ACNE PROBLEMS
- TREAT PARKINSON’S DISEASE
- CONTROL EPILEPSY
- EASE PROBLEMS OF PCOS IN WOMEN
- IMPROVE BRAIN FUNCTIONS
- REDUCE ACNE
Mitch Webb was intrigued to become an Integrative Licensed Health Coach because dieting was one of the key factors that led him back to health. Mitch always states that diet is just one part of the total answer to having true wellness. Lifestyle and emotional needs must also be met to be living in a truly healthy state!
An Integrative Medical Doctor and an Integrative Health Coach have very similar approaches to helping their clients feel better. They both practice working on the core problem and not on masking the symptoms.
The Keto Diet does allow for sugar. Mitch Webb’s clients in Durham, NC and Raleigh, NC both get coached regarding how refined sugar and naturally occurring sugars in fruit are processed by the body differently.
How can women get started on their path to health? Women’s Health Coach expert Mitch Webb developed a challenge just for you.
It’s called the 5-day energize without exercise weight loss challenge.
It has been designed to focus on many areas, no matter what your current condition is, to give you back that energy you once had and to help you drop a couple pounds along the way. It has some Keto diet components mixed-in that will jump-start you physically and emotionally for your next steps with Mitch Webb. Mitch is a North Carolina native who is very committed to serving women in both Wake and Durham Counties.