About

Love to Live Well is a wellness services & consulting business that uses evidence-based methods and best practices to improve overall health and well-being primarily in Denton County, Texas with offices in Denton and Flower Mound and outreach beyond Denton County through individuals, churches, and employers.

We do this in 4 ways:

  • We are a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist and Health Coach private practice;
  • We teach classes and workshops on ways to improve health focusing on simplified methods for behavior change
  • We offer community health promotion programs in settings such as work sites, churches, schools, and service organizations.
  • We offer public health consulting to organizations and nutrient analysis to restaurants to increase the reach of a healthier environment.

Mission

To simplify the changes it takes to eat better, move more, and stress less.

Vision

To plant the seeds of sustainable health behavior that through nurturing with tools, support, and training will bloom into proactive daily habits to reap a harvest of lifelong health improvements and vitality.

At the core of Love to Live Well is giving back to the community; in fact this is built into our business model. With your payment for our services, you help us keep sustainable health promotion programs in the community. We expand that capacity by providing hands-on opportunity for health professions students seeking service-learning opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and internships.

All too often wellness is the missing piece that people are struggling through life without. Without a properly fueled body that is strengthened through regular activity and an arsenal of appropriate coping skills, we fall prey to the top 10 “actual” causes of death in the United States:

  1. Tobacco
  2. Poor diet
  3. Physical inactivity
  4. Alcohol consumption
  5. Microbial agents
  6. Toxic agents
  7. Motor vehicle accidents
  8. Firearms
  9. Sexual behavior
  10. Illicit drug abuse

Source: Mokdad, A., Marks, J., Stroup, D., & Gerberding, J. (2004) JAMA, 291:1238-1245.

These are preventable if we stop and take care to be well. How many of these can you see yourself or someone you love being at risk for?

Find what wellness opportunities work for you and ask a friend to join you. You’re more likely to maintain that behavior long term when you are not alone. If you can’t find wellness opportunities around you, contact us. We can help you find them.