Dr. Jacki Edwards is a licensed clinical psychologist and certified professional life coach who understands what it takes to move from surviving to thriving. As a dynamic speaker and author, she has helped individuals and couples across the globe create more meaningful and fulfilling lives. In her books, she shares her wisdom and insights on how to make this journey successfully. Her advice is compassionate, empowering, and something that we all need in our lives right now. If you're looking for guidance on how to create a life you love, read on to learn more about...more
Have you ever looked at your life and wondered about what you really want, what goals you really want to achieve, or how to make changes to life circumstances that you seem to be stuck in? As an experienced health and wellness coach in Georgia, I understand that It can be difficult to feel hopeless and helpless in the midst of difficulty. But, there is a way out. In my new book, I outline deliberate actions to show you exactly how to escape circumstances that seem insurmountable. Here are four things you can expect to discover while...more
A new year always comes with new year resolutions to be a better version of yourself. If your new year’s resolutions are starting to sound like a broken record, Dr. Jacki Edwards can help! Dr. Jacki Edwards is a board-certified family nurse practitioner, diabetes educator, and lifestyle coach. She believes she can leave a positive impact on your life with her motivational lifestyle coaching. It’s 2022, start it off right. Check out Dr. Jacki’s four tips for accomplishing your new year, new you!more
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The World Health Organization (WHO) has called diabetes a hidden global pandemic because, although it isn’t infectious or communicable, the number of people diagnosed with the condition is growing annually. It can lead to blindness, limb amputation, cardiovascular disease, and stroke. It overburdens health-care systems and reduces quality of life for patients and their families.
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A diet-and-lifestyle approach is the recommended, first-line treatment is largely based on facts and statistics. Simply changing what you eat can bring down systolic blood pressure by as much as 11 points, and each additional healthy habit you adopt can bring it down another four to five points.
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Since high cholesterol has no symptoms, the only way to detect it is by getting a blood test.
High cholesterol is one of the most common chronic conditions in the United States; more than 73 million people have it. The good news is most people can significantly lower their LDL cholesterol by adopting healthier eating habits.
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