Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Changing the Conversation from Nutrition to Habits: How Nutrition Professionals can Influence the Way Kids Eat - Recording Available

Dr. Dina Rose tells us that just learning about nutrition is not enough to change the way kids eat; let’s change the focus to the discussion of habits!  Dr. Rose's full presentation video can now be reviewed in the Hawthorn University webinar archives:

http://hawthornuniversity.org/WEBINARS/Webinar-Archives/ 
Hawthorn University welcomes Dr. Dina Rose, PhD for her presentation Changing the Conversation from Nutrition to Habits: How Nutrition Professionals can Influence the Way Kids Eat.

In this webinar, Dina Rose will discuss:

1.  Why knowing about nutrition isn’t enough to change the way kids eat
2.  How families produce and reproduce bad eating habits in early childhood
3.  How nutrition professionals can translate the habits perspective into practice

Dina Rose, PhD is a sociologist, parent educator, feeding expert and the author of It’s Not About the Broccoli: Three Habits to Teach Your Kids for a Lifetime of Healthy Eating (Perigee). Dina has been training parents, pediatricians, dietitians, and early childhood educators in the Habits Approach for the past decade. Her work has been featured on TV, radio, and in both print and online news sources. Dina's approach is so unique it has been called “transformational.” In addition to writing her own blog, It's Not About Nutrition, Dina is also a regular contributor to Psychology Today. For media information and testimonials see http://www.itsnotaboutnutrition.com.

Dina Rose, PhD


Friday, September 9, 2016

Holistic Nutrition in a Clinical Setting with HU Graduate Tracey Fox, NC - Recording Now Available!

Did you miss this week's All About Alumni graduate webinar?  Hawthorn graduate Tracey Fox is here to reveal how she’s succeeding practicing holistic nutrition in a state that restricts health care freedoms.  Hawthorn University All About Alumni Graduate Webinar Series welcomes graduate Tracey Fox, NC (NC 2011) for her presentation of Holistic Nutrition in a Clinical Setting: Making Lemonade Out of Lemons in North Carolina.  Tracey's webinar presentation is now available to view here:

http://hawthornuniversity.org/WEBINARS/All-About-Alumni-Archives/

Hawthorn Summa Cum Laude graduate Tracey Fox, NC, will demonstrate how she is able to work her passion while making a living in holistic nutrition in North Carolina - the most restrictive state in the country for health care freedoms.   Aligning with open-minded, integrative, and gifted doctors has allowed Tracey to do the work she loves, to design nutrition and lifestyle protocols for some extraordinary and critical cases that holistic nutrition rarely gets to impact…from Autism to Zellwinger’s and many disorders in between.

Tracey is the Director of Nutrition at Integra Wellness Center, North Carolina. She also sees patients of Integra Rehabilitation Physicians, and The Brain Restoration Clinic where she assists a team of doctors in providing nutritional counseling and lifestyle strategies to their patients. She also teaches classes on holistic health all over the country. Tracey is co-founder of Holistic Reboot, a very popular 5-week class series. She runs a virtual practice where geography is not a limitation to the people that she sees.  Tracey believes the foundation of good health comes from eating real foods based on a person’s biochemical individuality. Whole foods, stress reduction, and lifestyle management she feels are the foundations of optimal health.  

Tracey has appeared on many local Charlotte television and radio shows, as well as print media. She enjoys exercise in all forms, yoga, meditation, cooking, inventing recipes, reading, hiking, and exploring the farmer’s market.


Tracey Fox, NC
Nutrition Consultant Certificate Program Graduate, 2011

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Does Staying Out of the Sun Really Prevent Cancer? View the Webinar

Are you avoiding sun exposure altogether due to “heliophobia” (the fear of the sun, sunlight, or any bright light) because of conventional recommendations to reduce the risk of developing skin cancer Hawthorn University welcomes Dr. David Anderson for his presentation on Heliophobia and Vitamin D Deficiency: Does Staying out of the Sun Really Prevent Cancer?  Dr. Anderson's presentation is now available to view here:

Conventional medical recommendations have been heliophobic for many years, with many now avoiding sun exposure altogether in the belief that this can prevent skin cancer.  In this webinar, we’ll explore the science behind how the sun’s rays affect the body, especially as it relates to vitamin D, as well as the role vitamin D plays in cancer.  You’ll learn how to gauge your own need for sun and the proper times to expose your skin to maximize your vitamin D levels and minimize your risk for developing the most dangerous skin cancers.

Dr. David Anderson has practiced chiropractic and clinical nutrition for almost 20 years.  He is board certified in clinical nutrition and is on the Executive Committee of the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition.  He has taught post-doctoral seminars on nutrition and physiology, and now teaches full time at a local career college, focusing mostly on biomedical and business topics.  He has also been working with Hawthorn University’s Education Committees to update the master’s curricula.  Living in Minnesota, Dr. Anderson learned early on the consequences of vitamin D deficiency, and has worked diligently to educate his community and profession on the inability to gain true health without adequate levels of this key nutrient.


Dr. David Anderson

Executive Committee, Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition


All About Alumni: Holistic Nutrition in a Clinical Setting with Tracey Fox, NC

Hawthorn graduate Tracey Fox is here to reveal how she’s succeeding practicing holistic nutrition in a state that restricts health care freedoms.

Hawthorn University All About Alumni Graduate Webinar Series welcomes graduate Tracey Fox, NC (NC 2011) for her presentation of Holistic Nutrition in a Clinical Setting: Making Lemonade Out of Lemons in North Carolina on Wednesday September 7th at 12 PM PST.

Hawthorn Summa Cum Laude graduate Tracey Fox, NC, will demonstrate how she is able to work her passion while making a living in holistic nutrition in North Carolina - the most restrictive state in the country for health care freedoms.   Aligning with open-minded, integrative, and gifted doctors has allowed Tracey to do the work she loves, to design nutrition and lifestyle protocols for some extraordinary and critical cases that holistic nutrition rarely gets to impact…from Autism to Zellwinger’s and many disorders in between.

Tracey is the Director of Nutrition at Integra Wellness Center, North Carolina. She also sees patients of Integra Rehabilitation Physicians, and The Brain Restoration Clinic where she assists a team of doctors in providing nutritional counseling and lifestyle strategies to their patients. She also teaches classes on holistic health all over the country. Tracey is co-founder of Holistic Reboot, a very popular 5-week class series. She runs a virtual practice where geography is not a limitation to the people that she sees.  Tracey believes the foundation of good health comes from eating real foods based on a person’s biochemical individuality. Whole foods, stress reduction, and lifestyle management she feels are the foundations of optimal health.  

Tracey has appeared on many local Charlotte television and radio shows, as well as print media. She enjoys exercise in all forms, yoga, meditation, cooking, inventing recipes, reading, hiking, and exploring the farmer’s market.



Tracey Fox, NC
Nutrition Consultant program Graduate 2011

Thursday, August 25, 2016

All About Alumni - Presentations by Hawthorn Graduates




Hawthorn University presents an afternoon interview series featuring stories from Hawthorn Graduates. Listen live as alumni share their successes. Join us online the 1st Wednesday of the month at noon PT. Sign the University's mailing list for information on upcoming presentations.

Coming up on September 7, 2016

Hawthorn Summa Cum Laude graduate Tracey Fox, NC makes a living practicing her passion for holistic nutrition in North Carolina, one of the most restrictive state in the country for health care freedoms.   Aligning with open-minded, integrative, and gifted doctors has allowed Tracey to do the work that she loves, and to design nutrition and lifestyle protocols for some extraordinary and critical cases using holistic nutrition. Listen to her live at noon pacific time on 9/7/2016.



Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Nutritional and Herbal Support for Peri-menopause and Menopause

Transition through menopause without the use of hormone replacement therapy.  Donna Wild will present an endocrine bolstering diet and herbs that support a smooth transition. 
 
Hawthorn University welcomes back Donna Wild for the webinar Menopause Naturally on Tuesday, August 16th, 2016 at 4 PM PST / 7 PM EST.

This webinar covers nutritional and herbal support for conditions associated with peri-menopause and menopause including:

·   Estrogen dominance
·   Depression
·   Osteoporosis
·   Hot flashes
·   Night sweats
·   Vaginal dryness
·   Heart health

For more than 30 years Donna Wild has studied, practiced and taught holistic health to doctors and laymen. In the process, she has written, published, broadcasted and lectured extensively on natural restorative methods for human and animal health. In 2012, Ms. Wild wrote The Skin, Tongue and Nails Speak: Observational Signs of Nutritional Deficiencies. Currently Ms. Wild owns and runs Unique Perspective in Loveland, Colorado where she has a private practice, working as a consultant, lecturer and author. In her backyard, Donna raises laying hens and honey bees and lovingly tends to her organic vegetable, fruit and herb gardens. 

Pre-webinar news and announcements start 10 minutes early at 3:50 PM PST / 6:50 PM EST.



Donna Wild

Monday, August 1, 2016

All About Alumni: Happily Hungry - The Road to Building an Integrative Holistic Nutrition Program for Children Affected by Cancer and Chronic Conditions with Danielle Cook, MS

When it comes to the treatment of cancer in children, it is important to know how to recognize when an opportunity might present itself, how to identify a need and how to act upon providing solutions for a problem. Such is the story of Danielle Cook’s journey in creating a unique program for children undergoing cancer treatment, including their families and caregivers.

Hawthorn University All About Alumni Graduate Webinar Series welcomes graduate Danielle Cook, MS (MSHN 2014) for her presentation of Happily Hungry: The Road to Building an Integrative Holistic Nutrition Program for Children Affected by Cancer and Chronic Conditions on Wednesday August 3rd at 12 PM PST.

Danielle Cook, MS is an author (Happily Hungry: Smart Recipes for Kids with Cancer), educator and the founder of an outstanding nutrition program. Join the webinar as she discusses how the life-changing experience of her son’s cancer diagnosis drove her to go back to school, obtain her degree from Hawthorn University in Holistic Nutrition and create an integrative nutrition program. She will share how she juggled multiple presentations in differing venues and how she refocused efforts to create a more effective program. She’ll also share the cornerstones of making her program a success, discuss the logistical challenges and how she has adjusted the program over time to fit new environments. Her story will resonate as the proverbial “when life gives you lemons, you make lemonade” with constructive, practical, real-life experience from which there is much to learn. More about Danielle’s program can be found at http://www.happilyhungry.com.



Danielle Cook, MS 
MSHN Graduate 2014