Pros & Cons of A Holistic Training Program Holistic training programs can play a significant role in enhancing a whole health coach’s skills and expertise. However, if you or someone you know is seriously considering pursuing a career in healthcare it’s of extreme importance to weigh the pros and cons of holistic training programs. Because [...]
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Checklist these Traits when Looking for a Whole Health Coach Whole health coaching is more than just a profession; it’s a dedication to facilitating a client’s well-being, both mentally and physically. With the passage of time, more and more individuals are dealing with chronic conditions, and society is highlighting the importance of health and wellness [...]
NIWH Graduate Spotlight Questionnaire Ladsine Taylor, MSN, RN, GNP-BC, CDP, BCPA What drew you to the Whole Health field and the National Institute of Whole Health? A: I have always had an interest in health promotion, wellness and education. Having been a social worker for several years prior to my current career in nursing, I [...]
What Do Your Fingernails Say About Your Health? Georgianna Donadio, MSc, DC, PhD – Your fingernails, along with your tendons, joints, hair, and skin are made from collagen--a group of naturally occurring proteins that strengthen the connective tissues of your body. We know that if your nails are weak or problematic, they represent a communication [...]
Paying Attention To Feet For Whole Health Clues Georgianna Donadio, MSc, DC, PhD- Healthy Feet are the foundation of a healthy body. Paying attention to foot symptoms say about our health is vital. What Your Foot Symptoms Say Whole Health is about having the information you need for your self-care and for preventing problems before [...]
Making Healthier Comfort Food Choices The typical American diet exceeds the recommended levels of added sugars, refined grains, sodium and saturated fat, according to data collated by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Unfortunately, many of our favorite comfort foods - if we follow traditional recipes - can tip us over the edge [...]
NIWH Graduate Spotlight Questionnaire Angela R Hall, MSN, RN, AHN-BC Q: What drew you to the Whole Health field and the National Institute of Whole Health? A: I began a journey several years ago to discover the true causes of illness and disease, the miraculous way in which God created our bodies to work specifically [...]
What's the Science Behind The Chicken Soup Cure? By Georgianna Donadio, PhD – This cold and flu season it is likely with the recall of so many over the counter cold remedies, that home-made cold remedies will make a comeback this winter. One of the best known and oldest homemade remedies for "the winter miseries" is [...]
Can Seniors Improve Memory With Diet And Supplements? By Georgianna Donadio, PhD – Approximately 40 percent of seniors experience memory impairment, according to past published studies. Of those diagnosed, around 1 percent of them will eventually progress to dementia — a medical condition linked to the progressive decline of the brain function. In fact, memory [...]
Is The Whole Person Health Approach A Happier Health Care Model? Georgianna Donadio, MSc, DC, PhD – There is no doubt that in recent years the turnover rate among health care providers has increased significantly. According to the Voluntary Hospitals for America’s Workforce Stability Study, the average turnover rate is 20 percent, which will ultimately [...]