Guide to Natural Sweeteners - The Good & The Bad
A guide to choosing the right sweeteners for your foods without the negative health effects on your body!
What you will learn: In this guide we review natural sweeteners: the good and the bad, so you can enjoy sweetening your food without harming your health.
Who this is for:
-Beginners or advanced health-conscious humans who want clarity on sweeteners
-Anyone who wants to enjoy the sweet life but doesn’t want to “pay” for it later
-Individuals looking for a quick guide on the good and bad sweeteners to feel confident on their next trip to the grocery store
This training is not recommended for individuals who don’t want to improve their health or become healthier from a holistic perspective.
Full Description: So you want to sweeten your food but are just not confident about which are the good ones? Artificial sweeteners simply put, are just not cool but because of so much misleading information out there, you could be thinking you are using better alternatives when you really are not! Eek! Don’t risk your health and learn once and for all exactly what sweeteners weaken your immune system; fueling infections and inflammation, and which ones won’t.
In this training, you will understand the difference between artificial sweeteners, sugar alcohols, agave, syrup, coconut sugar, honey, and how they affect your body and blood sugar. Then get ready to cut through the marketing jargon spread all over those clever labels today and get clear on exactly what you should be looking for when sweetening your food that won’t destroy your health.
You’ll know the difference between the good and bad sweeteners and feel confident your next purchase will be for eating for health and not for dis-ease. If you’re ready to feel like a superhero who saved the day because you know how to add a little sweetness to your diet but without the horrible guilt afterward, sign up now!
This training includes: One 34-minute video and one PDF document. MP3 Audio file included. Full Lifetime Access and accessible on mobile devices or computers.
Requirements: There are no pre-requirements to take this training. All you need is time to watch the video and implement the recommendations on your next grocery shopping trip! Skipping through the aisle is optional.
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Tiffany Jackson, ND, is the owner of EcoHealth Wellness Center and Detox Spa in Charleston, South Carolina and creator of Natural Medicine Now University—an online e-course designed for her patients to get the information they need to get their bodies back in balance.
Tiffany is an expert in natural medicine, uniquely trained to identify imbalances and toxicities in the body and the diseases they create. She earned a bachelor’s degree with an independent concentration in naturopathic medicine from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. She trained for two years under Dr. Allan Lieberman at the Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine in Charleston, South Carolina, where she learned how specific foods and environmental toxins affect our bodies. Tiffany was also a clinical consultant for three years under Dr. William Shaw at Great Plains Laboratory in Kansas City, Kansas, where she learned how to interpret comprehensive lab-testing results and gained an extensive understanding of candida—how it impairs the immune system and how to heal a body that’s been damaged by it. She believes proper nutrition is the cornerstone of health, and her nutritional advice has been featured in Shape Magazine.
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If you are breastfeeding, pregnant, or diabetic, please consult your physician before utilizing this program.
Disclaimer: This course is for those exploring the possibility of utilizing a holistic, functional medicine perspective to support healthy habit changes. This course is for educational purposes only and does NOT constitute specific medical advice nor does taking this course create a physician/patient relationship.
There are no guarantees made on accuracy at time of course publication, as the landscape of medicine and research changes daily. Always check with your personal physician.
Supplements and nutritional supplements may interfere with prescribed medications. It is important that you do NOT start or stop any prescription medications, vitamins or supplements without talking to your primary care physician first. All of the products mentioned in this course have been scientifically tested by their manufacturers and independently reviewed for quality by others who are qualified to do so.
By enrolling in this course, you understand the above statements.