Alameda County Health Information

Alameda County’s health officials (registered dietitians, nutritionists, doctors, etc) believe that good health comes with a clean environment. For several years now, the local government has been pushing environmental awareness, green practices, and conservation efforts to the people of Alameda. In fact, they’re doing such a great job helping and protecting the environment that they’re receiving prestigious environmental awards left and right. This should mean that Alameda’s residents are living a healthy life, right? On the contrary, it seems that while they were busy looking after the environment, they were letting their lifestyle slip. According to the California Department of Public Health, the leading cause of death in Alameda County is heart disease. High cholesterol, hypertension, obesity, physical inactivity and smoking are considered as the major culprits behind it. If you look closely, these risk factors point to one thing – an unhealthy way of living.

Let’s face it, these risk factors are avoidable. For example, you don’t have to smoke in order to live. In fact, you’re much better off without it. When it comes to food, you can always choose a healthier meal instead of that greasy cheeseburger. A bottle or two of beer once in a while won’t hurt, but making it a part of your daily diet is a different story. Moreover, instead of sitting in front of the television the whole day, you can always take your dog for a long walk. It will help you stay in shape. Think about this: simple things, such as these, can help you improve your health.

Unfortunately, some people choose to ignore the consequences of an unhealthy lifestyle and give in to these bad habits. As a result, their well-being suffers. It’s a good thing that there are health professionals that can help turn your health around. Once you have made the decision to start living a healthy life, the next thing to do is seek for a registered dietitian and nutritionist’s advice.

Linda Michaelis offers personalized meal plans, counseling sessions, and customized weight loss programs. You can arrange for a face to face session or enjoy her services online through Phone or E-mail. Linda, a registered dietitian and a certified nutritionist, wishes to serve these cities or towns of Alameda County:

Incorporated cities

  • Alameda
  • Albany
  • Berkeley
  • Dublin
  • Emeryville
  • Fremont
  • Hayward
  • Livermore
  • Newark
  • Oakland
  • Piedmont
  • Pleasanton
  • San Leandro
  • Union City
Unincorporated communities

  • Ashland
  • Castro Valley
  • Cherryland
  • Fairview
  • Sunol
  • San Lorenzo