The first step towards reaching your personal goal
What are your goals? Feeling body confident in front of the camera? Looking the part on the beach? Running a 5 km without stopping? Whatever your personal goal or starting point, your Wellness Coach will work with you to develop a personalised programme. Research shows you're more likely to achieve your goals when you do it with others.*
One of the first things you'll do with your Wellness Coach is complete a Wellness Evaluation. Together you'll review your nutrition habits and take body composition measurements. This provides a good starting point to create a personalised programme and begin monitoring your progress. You may also be invited to a group presentation focused on good nutrition where you could also enrol in weekly events your Member may run such as a Fit Club or Weight Loss Challenge. It's at these events where you'll meet with other like-minded people. Herbalife is about getting together as community and helping each other lead a healthier, more active life. After all, results always seem easier to achieve (and are more fun) when you do it with others.
Herbalife Nutrition Philosophy
The Herbalife Nutrition Philosophy is based on three factors which can help you achieve your personal best. Through balanced nutrition, living a healthy active life within a community and having on-going personal support from your Wellness Coach, millions of customers have transformed their body and achieved their goals.
At Herbalife, we believe Balanced Nutrition is founded on consuming a healthy mix of protein, carbohydrates, beneficial fats and other nutrients. Herbalife will help you to understand the basics of a good diet and when science-based Herbalife® products may also be useful. We believe that living a healthy active lifestyle within a community of like-minded people is important for long lasting results - regardless of your ability level or goal.
In order to look and feel your best, your body needs a complex blend of nutrients. Not only do you need the right proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals, you also need adequate fluids to stay hydrated and a good dose of fibre, too. That’s a tall order, and even the most careful eater can be hard-pressed to meet each nutrient target every day.
That’s why Herbalife Nutrition Philosophy is based on balanced nutrition — a combination of healthy foods and supplements that help you meet your daily needs, coupled with the right calorie balance to help you lose, gain or maintain your body weight.
The Herbalife Nutrition Philosophy suggests that up to 30% of your daily calorie intake comes from protein, which can include protein sourced from plants (e.g. soy beans) or animals (e.g. poultry, fish, eggs). The body uses protein to manufacture important molecules in the body, such as hormones and enzymes, and to build and maintain muscle tissue.
As the body’s preferred fuel source is carbohydrates, the Herbalife Nutrition Philosophy recommends that you get about 40% of your daily calories from healthy carbohydrates such as whole grains, beans, vegetables and fruits.
Your body requires small amounts of healthy fats in order to function properly, with good sources including oily fish (for Omega 3), nuts, olive oil and avocados. But beware - fats are a very concentrated source of calories, which is why the Herbalife Nutrition Philosophy advises limiting your fat intake to no more than 30% of your daily calorie intake.
Regular exercise, adequate rest and keeping yourself hydrated is also part of the Herbalife Nutrition Philosophy, and are very important for helping you reach your health and fitness goals.
What makes Herbalife unique?
Your Personal Wellness Coach is your Herbalife Member, who is on hand to guide and support you each step towards your goals. They will work with you to create a nutritional programme to suit your goals, monitor your results and celebrate the wins with you - whether they are big or small! Your Herbalife Member provides you with the one-on-one support that you don't often find in today's retail stores.
*Huff, C (2004). Teaming up to drop pounds. American Psychological Association, 35(1), 56