Our new and updated Products will assist health professionals
who's job it is to help client-patients with medical conditions to incorporate exercise and nutrition in their daily routine.

From movement to menus — MedHealthFit is making it easier for healthcare professionals to incorporate exercise and dietary routines into therapy programs. Our products and menu plans are designed to promote basic lifestyle changes that can be blended into the lives of any client-patient, giving them the tools needed to help improve their daily activities and health status.

As the health instructor, this new knowledge will allow for a wider variety of clientele. Wellness instructors may work one-on-one or offer their services to larger health and fitness facilities that serve those with medical conditions. At MedHealthFit, our concentration is to promote patient-client education and ongoing self-care.

healthy mind, body...
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Healthy Body, Mind & Spirit Exercise DVD

Designed to provide the most basic introductory home workout for seniors, Healthy Mind, Body Spirit is just what the doctor (and trainer) ordered in terms of an “every day” movement workout.  Featuring health coach Mark Stringer, MPH, this DVD is a MUST for the senior who has little exercise experience.  It's also a great value-added for the trainer and coach who would like to have their clients learn the basics of exercise and movement patterns on their own.
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Exercise & Diabetes —
A Fit Kids Perspective CD

Can exercise and sports programs stem the tide of obesity and type 2 diabetes diagnosis in kids? Fit Kids exercise and diabetes book answers basic questions about the general benefits of exercise, how to design programs and steer kids into sports that will help them maintain fitness and reduce their odds of developing diabetes.
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The Fitness & Healthcare
Reimbursement Guide on CD

Our best selling book for almost 20 years! The current edition book asks the question "Does the Affordable Care Act offer any wellness benefits?"  Learn the answers to this and other issues regarding exercise programs in the current health care system.
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