National Integrated Health Associates (NIHA) is hosting an informative talk with Theodora Scarato, Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust, about the effects of wireless technology on your health. She will explain 5G, cell phone radiation, the state of the science, and what every person can do to protect themselves.
5G promises to make your life happier, but is there a downside? Now that over 800,000 new cell towers are scheduled to be built in neighborhoods, hundreds of scientists are calling to halt 5G due to a growing body of published research showing harmful effects. A groundswell of awareness is evolving in the United States. Continue reading “Event on October 1: The Wireless Revolution, 5G and Your Health”
As parents, we know that our children are facing a different world than we did, and the research is accumulating on how this impacts our kids both with short- and long-term health effects. Environmental toxins are bad for everyone – adults and children, and even our pets. But children lack the detoxification mechanisms that adults have developed, and when children are exposed to chemicals, their smaller body size means they’re exposed to chemicals at a much higher rate than adults.
Babies, toddlers and young children play on the floor indoors and on grass outdoors. They frequently put toys that may contain toxic chemicals into their mouths. Continue reading “Free Seminar: How to Help Your Kids Thrive in Our Toxic (and Nutrient Deficient) World”
Food As Medicine, the highly praised professional training program hosted by The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, will be held June 7-10, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency in Bethesda, MD. A feast of science and wisdom, Food As Medicine is an introductory course in medical nutrition therapy taught by some of the top clinical practitioners in the country. Food As Medicine is designed to give graduates the knowledge, confidence, compassion and skills required to integrate food as medicine in their clinical practice, educational or community setting.
Topics that will be covered include understanding core imbalances, macronutrients and micronutrients, mindful eating, nutrition to complement cancer care, digestive healing, and much more. The delicious, colorful, whole-foods meals served during the training will leave you inspired and confident that you can authentically recommend healthy transformations for your own family and patients. Food As Medicine is the nutrition class that healthcare professionals have been looking for. CEUs and partial scholarships are available. For more details, click here.