How Dietary Factors Influence Disease Risk: How to Integrate Knowledge and Practice

    Hippocrates, the ancient Greek philosopher and father of medicine, famously said, “Let food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food.”

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    The Role of Exercise in Managing Diabetes

    Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in the US and many parts of the world. Currently, the CDC reports that over 1 in 10 adults in the US have diabetes, and 1 in 3 have prediabetes or early signs of diabetes development. 

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    Ultimate Guide to Omega-3, -6, and -9 Fatty Acids for Health and Nutrition Professionals

    As soon as the health and wellness industry started shunning low-fat approaches to health, it also began a love affair with polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fatty acids. 

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    The Importance of Continuing Education and Professional Development

    All health, wellness, and nutrition coaches know the feeling. After months of studying hard to earn your coach’s certification, you finally did it! A big part of you wants to forget the books and the courses for a while and focus on doing what you love—working with clients and growing your business. 

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    A Guide to Food and Nutrition Security in the US for Health and Wellness Professionals 

    Every year, over 10 million people die of hunger and diseases related to hunger worldwide. 

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    An Introduction to the 7 Dimensions of Wellness

    Wellness approaches have been elevated across professional health and related fields due to their potential to support people on their pathway to holistic, optimal living. 

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    How Childhood Adversity Affects Our Bodies & Why It’s Important for Health & Wellness Professionals

    Most people experience stress regularly. Stress, when managed adequately, can help people feel motivated, achieve goals, and adapt to changing conditions. However, in contrast to moderate, short-term stress that most people experience regularly, some people are subject to a type of stress called toxic stress, which can result from traumatic events in childhood.

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    5 Question Types to Help Motivate and Engage Clients

    Both recently certified health and wellness coaches and experienced health coaches may find themselves in situations where they feel resistance from a client to change. 

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    An Introduction to Chronic Diseases in the US for Health and Wellness Professionals

    Six in ten people in the United States have a chronic disease. 

    Four in ten people have two or more chronic diseases. 

    Chronic diseases have the potential to affect all dimensions of a person’s health and wellness. 

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    9 Accounting and Finance Management Tools to Help Your Health and Wellness Business Prepare for Tax Season

    It’s that time of year again! Tax season. And just like every year, we need to do our due diligence and report our earnings to the IRS. 

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