How Talking Toxins
Can Transform Your Health Coaching Practice

How Talking Toxins Can Transform Your Health Coaching Practice

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Health Coaches: These days it’s hard not to be aware of the headlines about chemicals in consumer products, lead in the drinking water, and toxins in our fruits, vegetables and even seafoods. But due to very little (if any) training in our nutrition programs, we often don’t have enough information, education, or confidence to talk about these issues with our clients. This is a real issue as toxins are as related to health as diet and exercise, and should be a big part of our work. Chemicals in consumer products are linked to weight gain, resistant weight loss, diabetes, heart disease, cancers, thyroid disorders, estrogen dominance and resulting health issues like uterine fibroids and endometriosis. They’re linked to allergies, autism, and even infertility. In fact, toxins in our environmental are linked to every single health condition that causes people to seek out the support of a health coach in the first place. Understanding the basics of environmental health is essential if you want to support our clients in a comprehensive and holistic manner and when you can confidently do this, you’re able to set yourself apart from all the practitioners that can't. Join me for this free webinar with Amy Lippmann to learn about how environmental toxins are affecting us, and how being able to address them with your clients can transform your practice and help you stand out as a leader in your field.

YOU’LL LEARN:

  • How environmental toxins are the biggest missing piece of the health & wellness puzzle
  • Why eating well and exercising aren’t always enough to reach optimal health, and overcome disease
  • The smarter way to address "detoxing" with your clients
  • What “obseogenic” chemicals are (hint: they can cause obesity!) and how endocrine disrupting chemicals can wreak havoc on the body
  • How "talking toxins" can transform your practice, your ability to support clients, and your overall perspective of health

WHY HEALTH COACHES ARE PRIMED TO BE LEADERS IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPACE

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LIFESTYLE CHANGE MASTERS:

Health coaches, Nutritionists, Naturopaths, Chiropractors, Midwife/Doulas, Yoga & Fitness Instructors, Massage Therapists, or anyone else working with clients or patients on health related issues and lifestyle changes are in the perfect position to be leaders in environmental health! These types of practitioners are already actively working with clients and patients on daily lifestyle changes around nutrition, stress, and exercise. Toxins are a critical piece of the puzzle and a major contributing factor to chronic disease. By being able to articulately "talk toxins" with your audience, you're able to set your work apart, and support people in a powerful and unique way.

About Lara

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Lara Adler | Environmental Toxins Expert, Certified Holistic Health Coach, Speaker and Educator

My name is Lara Adler and I’m an Environmental Toxins Expert, a Certified Holistic Health Coach, speaker and educator. I teach and train practitioners within the health & wellness community to better understand the links between environmental chemicals and their impact on disease states - from weight gain and diabetes, to thyroid disease and infertility - so they can better support their clients. My students also include direct-sales consultants who wish to become more articulate about the products they represent, and health enthusiasts who are proactive about their and their family's well being. I am deeply committed to peeling back the curtain and opening up the conversation about environmental toxins to in a way that's informative, accessible, actionable and free from overwhelm. We live in an increasingly toxic world - my aim is to educate, encourage and empower people to make smarter, healthier choices for themselves and their families.