Tuesday, May 30, 2017

All About Alumni: Growing and Re-Growing My Holistic Nutrition Practice with Karen Roth, MS, CNC

Interested in starting your own holistic nutrition business, but weary of the pitfalls that inevitably happen along the way?  Well, Karen Roth (MSHN 2007) wants you to know that the stresses are a lot more manageable when you come to the realization that there are no mistakes, just learning.  Join Karen for her graduate webinar presentation Growing and Re-Growing My Holistic Nutrition Practice: There Are Only Learnings…No Mistakes.

Karen's presentation is now available to review here:
http://hawthornuniversity.org/WEBINARS/All-About-Alumni-Archives/

In this presentation Karen shares her adventures of establishing herself and a new practice, gaining success and then recreating the business after moving to a new location. She talks about the steps taken, the continuing education, networking, self-promotion and public speaking that supported her along the way.

Karen Roth, MS, CNC holds a Masters of Science Degree in Holistic Nutrition from Hawthorn University.  She earned her undergraduate degree from UC Irvine.  Karen is a nutrition consultant, author, speaker, blogger and former radio host who recently relocated to San Diego from Los Angeles.  

Karen is a believer that every ill health condition can benefit and possibly improve from a solid foundation of healthy foods choices.  She shares her in-depth knowledge of nutrition to empower her clients to take control of their health, thereby improving the quality of their life.

She is one of a growing number of international health care professionals who have been trained and certified in Menopause Type® Management. She does not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to symptoms of hormone imbalance. Once a woman’s menopause type is identified, a safe and natural customized plan is created.

Disclaimer: The webinars may present information that does not fully reflect Hawthorn University’s philosophy. Nonetheless, these presentations have been chosen because of their overall quality of information.

Karen Roth, MS, CNC
MSHN Graduate 2007