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Amy K. Wilson Board Certified Geriatric Pharmacist

Amy Wilson is a Board Certified Geriatric Pharmacist, a certified fitness professional, and a certified nutrition coach using the FASTer Way to Fat Loss platform, who is disrupting the diet industry and helping her clients take their health back.

Amy's mission is to empower and equip her clients to take charge of their health and find balance in their lives. With over 30 years of experience, Amy specializes in developing individualized health plans that navigate through her client's individual barriers, allowing them to be successful in their efforts.

Amy is passionate about helping people prevent and reverse diseases with nutrition and fitness. Through her personal and professional experience, she has seen first hand how diet and exercise can change a person's life, and how the right nutritional program can be the key to improving their health and fitness. She has seen her clients reverse their pre-diabetes, diabetes, high cholesterol, and more. She is driven to help her clients feel in control of their body and mind, while no longer feeling enslaved by their scale.

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Breaking The Stereotype: Skinny Doesn'T Always Mean Healthy &Raquo; Bb992238 Ef90 46D6 B8Fd 340Cde95E795
Breaking the Stereotype: Skinny Doesn’t Always Mean Healthy

Intro The obsession with losing weight has been a dominant theme in our society for decades. The misconception that a smaller scale or inches automatically equates to better health is deeply ingrained…

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Intro The obsession with losing weight has been a dominant theme in our society for decades. The misconception that a smaller scale or inches automatically equates to better health is deeply ingrained. It's time to re-write this outdated narrative and challenge the stereotype that being skinny is synonymous with being healthy. The Outdated Scale Narrative and Its Misleading Implications The mantra that "thin is in" has become deeply embedded in our cultural mindset. This idea is incessantly reinforced by images of rail-thin models and celebrities, creating an illusion that the smaller you are,…

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Cholesterol and Eggs: Debunking the Myth

Intro In recent years, the relationship between cholesterol and eggs has been widely discussed, leading to a common misconception that eggs, being high in cholesterol, are bad for your health. However…

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Intro In recent years, the relationship between cholesterol and eggs has been widely discussed, leading to a common misconception that eggs, being high in cholesterol, are bad for your health. However, the reality is that consuming eggs doesn't automatically result in increased cholesterol levels. In fact, it's time to focus on reducing your intake of sugar, processed foods, and alcohol to lower cholesterol naturally. Cholesterol and Eggs: A Common Misconception It's often heard that eggs, particularly the yolk, are a leading cause of high cholesterol due to their high cholesterol content. How…

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Caught a Bug? Navigating ‘Sick and Working Out’

Intro You're doing great, eating healthy, working out, getting ample rest, and then, out of nowhere, you fall ill. Should you continue your workouts? What should you eat? Should you force-feed yoursel…

Intro You're doing g…

Intro You're doing great, eating healthy, working out, getting ample rest, and then, out of nowhere, you fall ill. Should you continue your workouts? What should you eat? Should you force-feed yourself if you don't feel like eating? Today we're diving deep into the uncharted territories of illness and fitness. We'll go through some guidelines that'll help you when sickness becomes an unwanted detour in your fitness journey. To Work Out or Not - Evaluating Your Illness So, you've caught a bug and are pondering the big question - should you power through your workout or park your sneakers for a …

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Creatine in Midlife: A Powerhouse for Muscle and Mind

Intro Aging comes with many challenges, one of them being the inevitable loss of muscle mass and cognitive function. However, not all hope is lost. There's a potent ally that can help us navigate thro…

Intro Aging comes wi…

Intro Aging comes with many challenges, one of them being the inevitable loss of muscle mass and cognitive function. However, not all hope is lost. There's a potent ally that can help us navigate through Midlife stronger and sharper: creatine. This supplement is not just a favorite for athletes and bodybuilders; it also holds immense potential for those in Midlife, as it aids in muscle maintenance and could potentially protect against Alzheimer's disease. Understanding Creatine: The Basics Our bodies naturally produce creatine, a compound that plays a crucial role in the production and release…

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Winter Health Hacks: Keep Illness At Bay All Season Long &Raquo; Qzrvz31
Winter Health Hacks: Keep Illness at Bay All Season Long

Intro As the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, it's important to take extra precautions to stay healthy during winter. This is especially crucial this year as we continue to battle the COVID…

Intro As the tempera…

Intro As the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, it's important to take extra precautions to stay healthy during winter. This is especially crucial this year as we continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. With cold and flu season overlapping with the ongoing health crisis, it's essential to prioritize our physical and mental well-being. In this blog post, I'll share some useful winter health hacks to help you keep illness at bay all season long and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Read on for tips on staying healthy during winter and protecting yourself and others from the virus. The…

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