Thursday, March 21, 2019

Professional Tips

Do you ever wish you could sit down with a health, nutrition or lifestyle medicine expert and pick their brain? What drew them to natural medicine? How have they navigated their way through the jungle of health news, advice and research? What have they learned in their years of study and practice that could help you live a healthier life? How do they understand healthy living? While we can’t ship your favorite lifestyle medicine expert to you house so you can chat about these things in person (which stinks!) we can offer you a Professional Tips series! Here, we share interviews and essays from leading health experts in which they explore everything from their own personal backgrounds to their practical advice for healthy living! It’s like having a guru in your screen, if not your kitchen!

Food vs. Supplements: A Nutritional Anthropologist’s Take

Have you ever wondered where health professionals come down on the food vs. supplements debate?  Here, our resident nutritional anthropologist gives you the inside scoop! Disclosure – This post contains affiliate links.  Click here for details. By turning to supplements, we morph the beautiful and delicious ritual of eating into a daily task to check off...

Ask an Expert: Becky Muldoon, Health Coach

Becky Muldoon
Becky Muldoon is a passionate plant-based health coach, science and health teacher, and mother who’s built a thriving career in helping people reach true health -- whatever that may look like for them! In this interview, Becky answers our questions about health coaching, plant-based eating, and approaching health and wellness with kindness and compassion! Disclosure –...

5 Simple Diet Tips: Hunter Bennett

As a young kid I was incredibly active and had a healthy diet.  Playing outside and competing in sports become an outlet for me.  I could socialize with friends, enjoy healthy competition (and often some "healthy physicality"), and learn new skills. As I got older, I had the opportunity to start training in the gym...

Ask an Expert: Lisa MarcAurele, Founder of Low Carb Yum

Lisa MarcAurele
Lisa MarcAurele is the founder of Low Carb Yum, a thriving health, wellness and recipe blog focusing on -- you guessed it -- a low-carb lifestyle!   After an autoimmune diagnosis in 2001 (which she talks about more, below), Lisa switched to a low-carb diet to help manage her health.  Nine years, an expanded family...

Ask an Expert: Ian Craig, Exercise Physiologist and Nutrition Expert

Ian Craig
Ian Craig is an exercise physiologist, nutrition expert, lecturer, blogger, and author and the founder of two groundbreaking nutrition and exercise centers (The Nutrition Institute and The Centre for Integrative Sports Nutrition) focused on individualized, integrative, functional and sustainable nutrition.    In this interview, Ian answers all our questions about nutrition, individualized functional medicine, sustainable food...

Ask an Expert: Dr. Heidi Moretti, the Diet Detective RD

Heidi Moretti
Dr. Heidi Moretti, the Diet Detective RD, is a registered dietitian and licensed nutritionist, blogger, nutrition researcher, and functional and integrative medicine expert! She is a passionate patient advocate determined to help people wade through the oceans of nutritional and health misinformation out there to find true wellness.  (A woman after our own hearts!) In this...

Ask an Expert: Sue Ingebretson, Author of FibroWHYalgia

Sue Ingebretson
Sue Ingebretson is an author, blogger, speaker, and certified holistic health care professional with a passion for helping those struggling with fibromyalgia.   She not only pursues this passion by writing her own blog, publishing her own books, and running her personal health coaching practice, but also by partnering with outside businesses and organizations. She works...

Ask an Expert: KJ Gracie, Nutrition and Holistic Therapist

KJ Gracie
KJ Gracie is a Nutrition and Holistic Therapist, doTERRA Essential Oils Advocate and Business Mentor.  After a harrowing personal health journey (which she talks about in more detail below) and her children receiving diagnoses at very young ages, KJ Gracie became her own health researcher and advocate.  Now, when she is not spending time...

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