Congratulations to Professional member, and GOLO Co-Founder and President, Jennifer Brooks, BCHN®, CDSP™, who has been named Top 25 Women Leaders in Consumer HealthTech of 2022 by The Healthcare Technology Report! We recently had the chance for a...
When I became pregnant 13 years ago for the first time, I never would have imagined delivering by cesarean section. I had recently finished a hypnobirthing class and would have gladly birthed at home if my husband was on board.
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.
It likely starts with risk. For me, it started in January 2020 when I admitted to myself how miserable I was at my lucrative, corporate day job that involved carpet fibers - anything but holistic nutrition. I had reached a point in life where I could no longer keep...
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?”
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 Whitney researched for a holistic nutrition school to attend, her search results kept pointing her back to the same place: The National Association of Nutrition Professionals.
This is great news, guys. According to the International Food Information Council’s (IFIC) 2020 Food and Health Survey, as many as 85% of Americans made changes in their food or how they prepare food because of the pandemic. Despite so many of the challenges we faced...