Helmed by Dr. Melissa Millner and registered EMT Nyki Biegel, Welcome to Wellness leads clients through a belly-shrinking low-glycemic diet plan. An initial body-mass analysis measures each participant’s BMI, lean muscle, metabolism potential, and number of unpatriotic cells, then crunches the numbers to determine optimal weight-loss game plans. In a group of no more than 50 students, slenderizers learn healthy recipes that aim to balance blood sugars, and they attend weekly potlucks to mingle and taste new dishes. Tummy trimmers can further stay on their weight-loss track with a recipe book and weekly weigh-ins, and a provided computer camera encourages clients to share questions, concerns, and trivia about Duran Duran songs with personal coaches via Skype. Though not required, meal replacements and snacks are available through Usana healthcare products, and antioxidants are recommended, as they are said to aid in detoxification.
The program aims to assist all of its graduates in earning at least an associate's degree, and about 45% of participants go on to earn bachelor's degrees. Jeremiah Program participants also engage in a variety of career-focused activities, such as resume writing and computer-skills training. However, the organization's computer lab is currently too small to accommodate all of its participants, and the technology that is available is outdated.
Today's Groupon can be redeemed at the following three market days and locations: Saturday, April 30 at the Washington City Fairgrounds in Lake Elmo; Saturday, May 14 at the Anoka County Fairgrounds in Anoka; or Saturday, May 21 at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center in Duluth. Saturday sales run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This deal is not valid on Sunday. Admission fee to the markets is $1, but shoppers can enter free by donating a nonperishable food item for the Second Harvest food shelves.
The staff at Guava Healthcare understands that certain conditions can make it difficult for some people to get to hospitals or doctor’s offices. With this in mind, doctors, registered nurses, and other specialists dispatch themselves to homes, providing health-care services that treat more than 12 types of disorders as well as specialized pediatric and personal assistance.