Is poor health keeping you from living life to the fullest?

If so, you’re not alone. In fact, 40% of the U.S. population (about 133 million people)
were affected by preventable chronic disease in 2019—and this number is rapidly increasing!

If so, you’re not alone. In fact, 40% of the U.S. population (about 133 million people)
were affected by preventable chronic disease in 2019—and this number is rapidly increasing!

These health issues aren’t just inconvenient—too often, they’re deadly.

Stats you should know

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1/3 of all American deaths are caused by heart disease or stroke

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Cancer affects 1.6 million Americans and will kill 600,000 every year

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Diabetes—the #1 cause of kidney failure and amputations, and the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S.—kills 250,000+ people every year. 1 in 4 people don’t even know they have it

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Alzheimer’s disease (a type of dementia) is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that affects about 5.8 million Americans.

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Obesity affects 1 in 3 adults and almost 1 in 5 children, putting people at high risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and some cancers

Stats you should know

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1/3 of all American deaths are caused by heart disease or stroke

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Cancer affects 1.6 million Americans and will kill 600,000 every year

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Diabetes—the #1 cause of kidney failure and amputations, and the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S.—kills 250,000+ people every year. 1 in 4 people don’t even know they have it

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Alzheimer’s disease (a type of dementia) is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that affects about 5.8 million Americans.

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Obesity affects 1 in 3 adults and almost 1 in 5 children, putting people at high risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and some cancers

These health issues aren’t just inconvenient—too often, they’re deadly.

These health issues aren’t just inconvenient—too often, they’re deadly.

Stats you should know

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1/3 of all American deaths are caused by heart disease or stroke

I

Cancer affects 1.6 million Americans and will kill 600,000 every year

I

Diabetes—the #1 cause of kidney failure and amputations, and the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S.—kills 250,000+ people every year. 1 in 4 people don’t even know they have it

I

Alzheimer’s disease (a type of dementia) is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that affects about 5.8 million Americans.

I

Obesity affects 1 in 3 adults and almost 1 in 5 children, putting people at high risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and some cancers

These health issues aren’t just inconvenient—too often, they’re deadly.

Stats you should know

I

1/3 of all American deaths are caused by heart disease or stroke

I

Cancer affects 1.6 million Americans and will kill 600,000 every year

I

Diabetes—the #1 cause of kidney failure and amputations, and the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S.—kills 250,000+ people every year. 1 in 4 people don’t even know they have it

I

Alzheimer’s disease (a type of dementia) is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that affects about 5.8 million Americans

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Obesity affects 1 in 3 adults and almost 1 in 5 children, putting people at high risk for chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and some cancers

What causes these health   conditions?

Most of us know that overuse of alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress will wreck our health . . . But did you know that poor nutrition and lack of physical activity can be just as dangerous?  In fact, they’re known to contribute to the progression of obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, and several types of cancer.

Every day, doctors suggest that their patients manage their risk-levels and/or symptoms by making healthier choices. However, many patients are inadequately prepared to make meaningful, long-term lifestyle changes.

It’s not that they don’t want to make  better choices. Most of the time, they simply lack the behavioral skills needed to sustain that sort of lifestyle shift without outside support.

That’s Where Jane Mukami Comes In

Jane Mukami partners with doctors to help patients regain control over their health and their life. Her comprehensive lifestyle modification plans improve patient outcomes and reduce the risks associated with chronic lifestyle-influenced diseases by providing support in:

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Nutrition

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Stress Management

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Physical Activity

Medical studies show that adults with common chronic conditions who participate in comprehensive lifestyle modification programs like Jane’s often experience rapid, significant, clinically meaningful and sustainable improvements in biometric, laboratory and psychosocial outcomes.

What causes these health conditions?

Most of us know that overuse of alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress will wreck our health . . . But did you know that poor nutrition and lack of physical activity can be just as dangerous?  In fact, they’re known to contribute to the progression of obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, and several types of cancer.

Every day, doctors suggest that their patients manage their risk-levels and/or symptoms by making healthier choices. However, many patients are inadequately prepared to make meaningful, long-term lifestyle changes.

It’s not that they don’t want to make  better choices. Most of the time, they simply lack the behavioral skills needed to sustain that sort of lifestyle shift without outside support.

That’s Where Jane Mukami Comes In

Jane Mukami partners with doctors to help patients regain control over their health and their life. Her comprehensive lifestyle modification plans improve patient outcomes and reduce the risks associated with chronic lifestyle-influenced diseases by providing support in:

I

Nutrition

I

Stress Management

I

Physical Activity

Medical studies show that adults with common chronic conditions who participate in comprehensive lifestyle modification programs like Jane’s often experience rapid, significant, clinically meaningful and sustainable improvements in biometric, laboratory and psychosocial outcomes.

What causes these health conditions?

Every day, doctors suggest that their patients manage their risk-levels and/or symptoms by making healthier choices. However, many patients are inadequately prepared to make meaningful, long-term lifestyle changes.

It’s not that they don’t want to make  better choices. Most of the time, they simply lack the behavioral skills needed to sustain that sort of lifestyle shift without outside support.

That’s Where Jane Mukami Comes In

Jane Mukami partners with doctors to help patients regain control over their health and their life. Her comprehensive lifestyle modification plans improve patient outcomes and reduce the risks associated with chronic lifestyle-influenced diseases by providing support in:

I

Nutrition

I

Stress Management

I

Physical Activity

Medical studies show that adults with common chronic conditions who participate in comprehensive lifestyle modification programs like Jane’s often experience rapid, significant, clinically meaningful and sustainable improvements in biometric, laboratory and psychosocial outcomes.

What causes these health conditions?

Every day, doctors suggest that their patients manage their risk-levels and/or symptoms by making healthier choices. However, many patients are inadequately prepared to make meaningful, long-term lifestyle changes.

It’s not that they don’t want to make  better choices. Most of the time, they simply lack the behavioral skills needed to sustain that sort of lifestyle shift without outside support.

That’s Where Jane Mukami Comes In

Jane Mukami partners with doctors to help patients regain control over their health and their life. Her comprehensive lifestyle modification plans improve patient outcomes and reduce the risks associated with chronic lifestyle-influenced diseases by providing support in:

I

Nutrition

I

Stress Management

I

Physical Activity

Medical studies show that adults with common chronic conditions who participate in comprehensive lifestyle modification programs like Jane’s often experience rapid, significant, clinically meaningful and sustainable improvements in biometric, laboratory and psychosocial outcomes.

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