November is Proactive Health Month. We’ll cover topics such as preventative health, weight control, and the role holistic nutrition plays. It is never too late to take action and start living your best life. See below for articles, recipes, tips and tricks from our wonderful community of holistic nutrition professionals.
The latest research confirms that the majority of chronic health conditions can improve when nutrition and lifestyle are well managed. Jess Sherman, R.H.N., explains the role and the perspective of Holistic Nutrition Practitioners when it comes to proactive health care. Click here to read the article.
Have you head that your diet might be “too acidic” but wondered what that meant? Kelly McConnell, R.H.N. helps us understand what “alkalizing your diet” means. Help support your body because too much acidity has been linked to inflammation, heart disease, and more.
Whether you’re still working from home or have adapted a hybrid format, these are good tips to keep in mind. Caroline Chow, R.H.N. shares 3 pillars to work form home successfully with wellness.
High-stress living and consumption of low-nutrient foods can be detrimental to our immune systems. Rejan Magee, R.H.N. shares some nutrition and lifestyle tips to naturally boost your immune system. Bonus recipe for a cozy immune-boosting vanilla spiced pear oatmeal.
4 tasty beverage recipes that won’t raise your cortisol levels and have nutritional benefits. If you’re trying to break your coffee habit, give these alternatives a try. Recipes from Marla Pietruszko, R.H.N.
If you’re pumpkin-obsessed and can’t get enough of those amazing nutritional benefits, give this recipe a try. No need to go to the bakery for your fix with this recipe from Karolina Gnat, R.H.N.
Super nutritious and tasty dip recipe from Marisa Ricci, R.H.N. Beets are filled with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. Garlic is also great for your immune system!
Instead of banana bread, try something new with CSNN grad Hannah Schmitt’s Almond Coconut Flour Loaf. It’s nutty, wholesome, and delicious cold or toasted. It also happens to be dairy and gluten-free.
This is such a classic comfort food. CSNN grad Delia Mota shares her recipe for homemade Bolognese sauce. Make a big batch and put it in the freezer for those nights when you need a quick and hearty dinner.
Can you believe this creamy pasta dish is made without dairy? CSNN grad Alicia Heafey shares her recipe for Fettuccine Alfredo made with cauliflower and cashews. It’s packed with healthy fats, protein, and fibre.
Colder days call for nourishing warming bowls of chili. Check out this simple recipe from Jessica Mitton, C.H.N.C. that is full of nutritional benefits. Healthy and cozy!
Move over avocado toast! It’s all about this delicious Kabocha Squash Toast with Caramelized Onions and Ricotta. This recipe is from Orsha Magyar, C.H.N. of Neurotrition.
CSNN Grad, Joanna Brown, shares her healthy version of the ever-popular Pumpkin Spice Latte. The real and wholesome ingredients used help support your immune system and wallet.
The Immune Support certificate package, one of two certificate packages available, gives students a more focused and scientific look of how to use their nutrition tools to support a weakened immune system, how to help prevent breast cancer and disease, and how to safely guide clients through a detoxifying protocol.
Not only will Holistic Nutritional Consultant professionals and other Health Care Practitioners gain knowledge that is integral to their practice, but they will also earn successful completion certificates after each workshop plus a specialty certificate upon completion of a certificate package.
I chose CSNN because I wanted a program based on science that tied in the body-mind-spirit connection because it really is all connected. When we ignore one facet of that connection we can not achieve optimal health.