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4 Pillars to a Healthy Lifestyle




The 4 Pillars to a Healthy Lifestyle 3 Week Program, follows my 4 Pillars of Health, to create healthy, sustainable habits to develop and maintain a Healthy Lifestyle.


This program is a great tool to aid in weight loss, toning up, and overall health and wellness. Expanding on the Introduction to the 4 Pillars of a Healthy Lifestyle, this program encourages healthy sleep habits, adequate water intake, a healthy diet, and exercise. 


This program includes:
- Meal Plan (Whole Food, Plant-based, Dairy-free)
- Recipes
- Workout Program
- Accountability Checklist
and more!



4 Pillars to a Healthy Lifestyle 3 Week Program  is great for those who have a busy schedule, and want to start living healthier. With a healthy meal plan, and simple body weight exercised you can do anywhere - this program has a focus on improving your overall health for a lifestyle you can maintain long after the program is complete.


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