Well, it's here. The awesome moment I've been anticipating for a long, long time. It's time to complete my nutrition certification!
As you probably know, I'm enrolled in the Holistic Health Practitioner degree program at GCNM, and in order to get my diploma I first have to complete a certification in nutrition, and then another one in Herbalism, and then a FINAL degree. Four years, baby! As of right now, I'm on the cusp of being a certified Nutritional Consultant. What do I need? I need you guys.
I have to work with a certain number of clients before I can complete my certification. Like...logging in residency hours. My job is to give guidance and counseling on areas such as nutrition, pediatric nutrition, weight loss, meal planning, supplements, detoxification and cleanses, and generally restoring balance and wellness to the body to eliminate dis-ease. Sounds great, doesn't it? It is :)
Here's how it works: I have a client form for you to fill out. Normally, I do this through email but you're welcome to print it out and bring it to me if possible. You fill it out and email it back to me. Then I whip out my brain, now full of extensive nutritional knowledge, and give you personalized guidance and address your particular needs. I email that to you. Done!
The form is simple, and it's only a few pages. I'll need you to describe in detail everything you're eating, drinking and taking for three days. All of it. No lying, liars. There are also a few other health related questions, but nothing you'll have to search for. No real names are needed, so if identity is an issue, make up a name. Put Kunta Kinte, I don't care. And that would be funny.
It's really simple, it's incredibly helpful, and it's awesomely free. No appointments necessary, unless you want one. I can always do a messenger chat session if you need additional explanation or support. I'm hoping to begin on these now, so email me (see below) if you're interested. I'm also taking some people in town, so there aren't a whole lot of these left.
This is the same sort of nutritional service that would run you $100+ for just the initial consultation alone. Even if you feel that you're in good health, or if you already have a good idea of what constitutes good nutrition, there's always room for improvement, and it's nice to know when you are on the right track.
Convinced? Email me before everyone else does :) @ firstname.lastname@example.org