What Is Holistic Nutrition?
1. characterized by comprehension of the parts of something as intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole.
characterized by the treatment of the whole person, taking into account mental and social factors, rather than just the physical symptoms of a disease.
Source: Google Dictionary
Let me first start by saying that its important when choosing a nutritionist to make sure you find one that is registered. This can be either a "Certified Nutritional Practioner" (CNP) or a "Registered Holistic Nutritionist"(RHNP). This is because a registered nutritionist is governed by a professional organization that is there to protect YOU, the client.
They make sure the individual that you have chosen to work with has received a quality education.
RHNP's have over 2000 hours of in depth training in holistic nutrition, and every year we are committed to continuing education in order to maintain our registry status. Look for seals like the ones below!
There are many benefits that holistic health and nutrition can bring to your life, and because each plan is individualized everyone can benefit from different areas of Holistic wellness.
Some benefits include:
*Improved sleep quality
*More energy and metal clarity
*Stronger immune health
*Stabilize blood sugar
•Are my services covered by Insurance Companies?As the demand for Holistic Nutrition is increasing you will find that more and more Insurance Companies cover nutrition services. I recommend that you check with your insurance company to see if its an accepted service. Those with Healthcare Spending accounts can also inquire about using this as a method of payment.
“Most people have no idea how good their body is designed to feel”— Kevin Trudeau