Reducing Low-Grade Chronic Inflammation with Diet and Lifestyle Changes

Inflammation is our body’s way of protecting itself by fighting off infection, illness, or injury so it can heal. However, it can take a turn for the worse when it lingers and then becomes chronic. This in turn can lead to the development of illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer. So, what…

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[NEW STUDY] Did The Lockdown Encourage Healthier Habits?

Findings from the largest study of diet and lifestyle behaviour during COVID-19 revealed rather surprisingly that despite the sedentary lifestyle the lockdown seemed to promote, people used the opportunity to make positive changes to their diet and lifestyle. The COVID 19 pandemic has indeed had many adverse effects on people including but not limited to…

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Help Your Clients Pay Attention To Their Gut Health

How our digestive system works to help us eat, process food, and ultimately excrete waste is all a function of the gut. But that’s not all. Gut health is currently receiving a lot of attention as it has now been linked to various aspects of health that seem to have nothing to do with digestion.…

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The Brain and Exercise: The Effects of Exercise on the Brain

The numerous effects of exercise on the brain give enough reasons for one to get physically active. Exercise can affect the brain’s cognition, function, and structure. It is recommended that adults should do at least 150 minutes to 300 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity aerobic exercise every week. There are so many benefits of…

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Health Coaching vs. Consulting vs. Advising: What’s the Difference?

The coaching industry has become the Wild West of the personal and professional development sector… Until the International Coaching Federation (ICF), there was very little industry oversight, and the definition of health coaching became blurred with the concept of consulting – which is NOT the same thing. As health and wellness coaching gains traction worldwide,…

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Choosing Your Health Coaching Career Path

What does becoming an advanced health and wellness coach look like to you? Do you see yourself with private clients? Or, maybe you enjoy being a part of a larger corporation? The good news is that a high-quality health coaching certification gives you the freedom to choose… With the launch of the THSA Professional Health…

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How Much Can YOU Earn as a THSA Professional Certified Health Coach?

As we’ve said before – earning potential is almost always a serious consideration when choosing a new career. And when you have the right combination of passion and financial security, the sky really is the limit! Fortunately, we’ve designed our THSA Professional Health Coaching Program to account for both your passion for helping others, and…

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How to Choose a Quality Health Coaching Program

Go to your internet search bar and type in, “health coaching program”. According to Google, you’ll have roughly 369,000,000 results in less than a second… These results run the gamut from health coaching programs designed specifically for clinicians, to others calling themselves “the best trusted health coaching programs” without any real evidence to support that…

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Nutrition for home-schooled kids: Expert advice to parents

Now that children are being home-schooled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic… Parents and families may be seeking your expert nutritional advice. If you’re taking our Advanced Child and Brain Development Nutritional Advisor certification, this is your time to shine! In addition to the valuable resources found in the certification, we’ve put together some answers to common…

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Adapt and Diversify – How to Continue to Grow your Nutrition, Health, or Fitness Business in a Remote Environment

“The greater the obstacle, the more glory in overcoming it.”  ― Molière These are strange times. We’re living through one of the most impactful collective traumas in recent history. Schools are closed and parents are home schooling. Jobs have been lost. The economy is suffering. People are hoarding food. Health has become one of the major…

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