Luen Proft, of Dry Farm Wines, explores the growing hours of daylight where we can spend more time outside taking in the beauty of the natural world. This time can bring about wonderful joys and heightened energy as we take in more sunshine and socialize with friends outdoors.
As holistic nutrition professionals, we work day-to-day with our clients offering nutritional support when they contract a respiratory virus. NANP Professional Member, Mary Beth Gudewicz, was recently faced with her own respiratory illness and utilized the following treatments to help her move through the life of the virus.
Chloe Parker explains how well-managed cattle (and the practice of regenerative ranching) are our best chance at improving soil health and sequestering carbon. Nutritionally-speaking, red meat is also a superfood, rich in high-quality protein, vitamins and minerals.
Author Danielle Brooks explore the question: “If you had the chance to be bored in the positive sense, what would you be inspired or compelled to do? What would it say about the essence of who you are? How could positive boredom help your clients?”
By Deanna Minich, PhD, FACN, CNS, IFMCPNutritionist, Author, Researcher, Educator, Artist It’s been said long ago by Hippocrates that “food is medicine." I would add that on many levels “color is medicine,” especially the colors of food. We are learning more about the...
Mindy shares her story of a journey to learn as much about nutrition as she could. Not only was she curious about the nutrient-density of food but also about how her body functioned as a result of what she ate.
Vaish Sarathy, Ph.D. is a Functional Nutrition Practitioner. Vaish’s guest contributor blog post for the NANP shares her personal story and journey towards Functional Medicine and Nutrition to help her son thrive.
Medicinal mushrooms are becoming increasingly popular among the mainstream for their myriad health benefits. Read on to find out more.
When we refer to soil, what do we mean? Soil is a mixture of minerals, water, air, and organisms, both living & dead. With these four components, we have the foundation to our food systems, the natural world, and the key to our global health.
We all experience stress and anxiety on occasion (some of us more than others as our personality predisposition), but there are situations in our life that can raise our stress levels, such as a divorce, death of a loved one, challenges at work or a job loss,...
by Lesley Herrmann, MSc, CNC, CWC, BCHN®️ The immune system is constantly using resources to regenerate and protect us from getting sick. Luckily, there are many ways to fight back against seasonal illness with supportive foods, key supplements, and rejuvenating...