119 14th St NW
The truth is, many of us are on meds. And they can create nutritional deficiencies in the body. So you, as a nutritional consultant, need to know about them.
Orsha Magyar hosts this workshop that prepares nutrition professionals, and other healthcare providers interested in the NeuroTrition Rx, to work with clients who are taking medications.
CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE AND HOLISTIC NUTRITION: TOGETHER AT LAST!
Slowly but surely, allopathic and complementary medicine are coming together at the forefront of modern health care. Drugs unquestionably aid in client conditions (even if sometimes in a Band-Aid kind of way), but they can also deplete nutrients from the body and brain. And THIS is an outcome that holistic nutrition is uniquely positioned to step in and help!
Orsha will share exciting developments in the understanding of drug-nutrient depletion and give you comprehensive tools to expand your practice and advise your clients.
INSIGHTS THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR PRACTICE
Learn the nutrition-based mechanisms you can advise on to help prevent and support drug-nutrient depletion: critical information not covered in the curriculum of nutrition programs.
Leave prepared to better support your clients and work collaboratively with Western medical practitioners.
TOOLS TO ASSIST YOUR CLIENTS
Get comprehensive tools to quickly identify the major categories of drugs and determine the nutrients they deplete.
Learn the quick-hit nutritional protocols that complimentarily support these medicated clients.
BECOME A LEADING-EDGE HEALTH PROFESSIONAL
Work with the Western medical profession - not against it. And get their respect by making their job easier (i.e. no more medicated patients in their offices complaining of symptoms and conditions brought on by drug-nutrient depletions!)
By understanding drug-nutrient depletion, you’ll gain the knowledge and confidence to position yourself as a strong advocate in this emerging area of integrative healthcare.
Prepare yourself. Prepare your practice.
Ticket Price: $50 + GST = $52.50 (per person)
Please note: Tickets are refundable only up to March 29, 2019. After March 30, 2019, tickets are non-refundable. Tickets are, however, always transferable.
119 14th St NW