An introductory guide to food inequity and access for health coaches

    Food inequity, food insecurity, and food access are all terms that are often used to refer to the current global nutrition situation. In many cases, however, the terms are used interchangeably or incorrectly. For food justice activists and those who work with people who have experienced periods where they have struggled to access enough nutritious food, the terminology is important.  

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    The Benefits of Sand Running for Physical Fitness

    Maybe you chanced upon sand running in a Navy SEAL training video. Maybe your friend recommends it.

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    Raw Foodism and Vegan Subgroups

    You may have heard the term “raw food diet.” Health and wellness professionals put a lot of emphasis on eating more fruits and vegetables in general to support overall health. Some take the recommendation a step further and tout the benefits of eating fruits and vegetables raw. While there is no one way of eating that is best for everyone, the question remains: are the raw foodism or raw vegan lifestyles good for your health?

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    You Can Coach Your Clients to Cultivate Gratitude. Here's How 

    Many cultures observe holidays in which gratitude is the main component.  

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    What is Functional Nutrition?

    Modern nutrition science likes to pretend that it simplifies the age-old question of what’s for dinner. In reality, most of us are more confused than ever. If you’re sick of struggling to sift through contradictory advice about optimal eating plans, it’s time to adopt a different framework—functional nutrition.

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    6 Ways Health Coaches Can Support Clients with Autoimmune Diseases Over the Holidays  

    The holidays can be a time to look forward to for many people, but they can also be a cause of stress for those with complicated health issues, including autoimmune diseases such as diabetes, PCOS, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and lupus.  

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    5 Tips for managing family and food-related holiday stress 

    Food and family are central components of many celebrations, and the holidays are no exception.  

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    How to Deal with Burnout as a Health Coach or Wellness Professional 

    Health coaches and wellness professionals often worry about their clients who are at risk of feeling burned-out and work to provide tools to help them prevent and recover from bouts of burnout.  

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    6 Healthy Herbs and Spices and How to Use Them 

    Fruits, vegetables, grain dishes, legumes, and meats are commonly consumed around the world. But if you’ve ever tried collard greens from Brazil and then from the south of the United States, you know that they taste very different.  

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