Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Nutrition's Legislative Landscape

In the last two years monopolistic, dietetics licensing laws have been proposed by the ADA. Who is funding this effort? Large corporate sponsors of the ADA have a vested interest in seeing that only the ADA can talk about nutrition, but will it benefit our health?

Please join us on Tuesday October 2nd, 2012 at 4pm pacific as we host Judy Stone, CN, MSW for a webinar entitled "Nutrition's Legislative Landscape: How Licensing Laws Affect Practitioners and What You Need to Know."

You will come away with:
• an understanding of the threat, and of how these types of laws can affect your right to practice
• knowledge of how you can act to protect your right to practice
• a connection to a building national movement to promote nutrition and nutrition practitioners

Judy Stone, CN, MSW (practitioner, legislative advocate) has been working as part of a national coalition of individuals and organizations who are active in blocking monopolistic licensure laws and lobbying for fair regulations that serve the profession and the public. Last year this coalition was active in blocking monopolistic laws in ten states. 

Judy is the Executive Director of Michigan Nutrition Association (www.MichiganNutritonAssociation.org) and since May has been the Legislative Policy Director for the Certification Board of Nutrition Specialists (www.cbns.org).  She is also a functional nutritionist in private practice in Ann Arbor, MI, and the author of "Take Two Apples and Call Me in the Morning: a practical guide to using the power of food to change your life."

To participate online and to view the webinar click here and follow the online registration instructions.
Participation is limited to the first 100 Attendees.


Monday, September 10, 2012

The Powerful Impact of Food on Epigenetics


Food and environment have a powerful ability to make a transgenerational impact on health. Please join us for a live webinar on this topic on September 18, 2012 at 4:00pm (Pacific) with Gray L. Graham.
This talk will focus on the clinical relevance of Epigenetics. Both from a diagnostic and treatment perspective it is critical to understand the significance of both nutritional and environmental influences on genetic expression. An emphasis will be put on the dietary influences that effect children and future generations.
Gray L. Graham has been an international consultant and teacher in the field of clinical nutrition for almost 20 years. Gray received his Bachelor of Arts with an emphasis on Nutrition and Natural Health from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. He was an Adjunct Professor at the South Puget Sound Community College, where he originally developed and taught the Nutritional Therapist Training Program. During his career, he has taught numerous seminars on nutritional therapy to physicians and other healthcare practitioners worldwide and is on the Advisory Board of the Price Pottenger Nutrition Foundation (PPNF). In 2001, he founded the Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA). NTA has certified more than a 1,600 Nutritional Therapist Practitioners (NTPs) throughout the United States. Mr. Graham is co-author of Pottenger's Prophecy: How Food Resets Genes for Wellness or Illness.
Space is limited to the first 100 attendees.
To participate online and to view the webinar click here and follow the online registration instructions: