Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner To Speak On Heart Disease In Longview Texas
Today Melinda McLaughlin, a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P) and Board-Certified Holistic Health Practitioner (BCHHP), announced that she will be speaking in Longview Texas on May 18, 2023. This will be the second part of a four-part series on holistic health, with the May 18th topic focusing on heart disease. She will be giving her presentation at Heartisans Marketplace, 3501 Gilmer Rd, Longview, TX 75604. The presentation will go from 10:30am to 11:30am, and it is free to attend.
Regarding the four-part series, McLaughlin said, “The May 18th presentation on heart disease will cover lifestyle changes that people can take in order to gain more control of their health and reduce the chances of experiencing heart disease-related health issues.” McLaughlin also said that there will be time for questions from the attendees at the end of the presentation.
The Functional Diagnostic Nutrition website indicates that the organization, and its Practitioners, believe in a combination of: The Human Body, Data-Driven Health, Bio-Individuality, and Pioneering. FDN’s website also states, “Here at Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN), we are a team of pioneers, teachers & wellness advocates dedicated to educating & inspiring better health across the world.
The American Association of Drugless Practitioners’ website states that the organization started its BCHHP certification and accreditation board in 1990. Their website also says, “The AADP’s national and international membership body of over 21,000 is made up of MDs, NDs, DCs, OMDs, PhDs, RNs, Health Coaches, and other “drugless” practitioners. The AADP does not cater only to one field or practitioner, but it unites all professional holistic health practitioners.”
According to the certification website, The Dietary Supplement Specialist (DSS) Certification Program is an accredited educational program featuring a comprehensive curriculum on the science of nutrition and dietary supplementation. The program covers essential aspects of biology, physiology, and nutritional biochemistry, as well as nutrients, herbs, and other compounds that support healthy function. This include3s ingredient identification, formula composition, and evidence-based benefits in client care.
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