by Nutrition Consultant, Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP
The Basis For Good Health is Nutrition
“You Are What You Eat,” Brian Weiss stated in a 1979 issue of Psychology Today Magazine.
So what are you? An apple, a turkey sandwich, a hamburger or a chocolate cookie?
TO FIND OUT, choose one of Nutrition Consultant Rosalie Moscoe’s nutrition presentations for better nutritional health! As a Registered Nutrition Consultant, Rosalie provides you with the latest information on eating with good health in mind.
Choose one of Rosalie’s Nutrition Training Sessions to suit your learning style.
- Group nutrition consulting, in-person consulting for those the Toronto, ON, area.
- Tele-seminars/webinars or small group nutrition coaching by phone.
- In-person nutrition seminars at your conference or organization.
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Why is healthy eating important?
What can I do to achieve a healthy work/life balance?
As a Registered Nutrition Consultant, Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP, (The Healthy Food Coach), and nutrition speaker motivates participants to include healthy nutrients in their diets. As a nutrition speaker, her holistic nutrition programs uncover nutrition health benefits for improved physical and Mental Health.
As a dedicated nutrition consultant and nutrition speaker, her nutrition seminars gives uncommon, yet key information on eating healthy to boost mood, brain health and vitality. Through small group coaching tele-seminars or in-person, one-to-one nutritional consulting, Rosalie Moscoe, nutrition speaker answers such question as “Why is healthy eating important?” Her programs will guide you toward a healthier YOU.
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First steps and facts about healthy eating
You are a survivor, the end result of thousands of generations that came before you. However, the last 100 years has seen an unprecedented change in our diet – fast food, processed food, food that really isn’t healthful food.
“So what?” you ask. “We’re living longer than our ancestors ever did.” The reason the majority of us live longer is largely due to sanitation and mass immunization as reported in the 1999 Merck Manual. A list was compiled of the top 100 advances in medicine of the 20th century. Topping the list were control of infections, mass immunization and the discovery of vitamins. Unfortunately, vitamin or nutritional therapy is not widely taught in medical schools. Yes, we might indeed be living longer, but too many of us are not exactly leaping into old age: rather, we are limping there, struggling with diseases that can make our so-called golden years extremely unpleasant.
The World Health Organization reports that 75% of all early mortality is caused by lifestyle choice (a lack of life-giving vitamins, minerals and other nutrients), smoking, excessive drinking, little physical activity, and obesity.
Don’t click off this page yet. There’s hope that we humans CAN change habits. After all, they’re only habits!
So where do you start?
Nutrition Consultant Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP, The Healthy Food Coach, helps people get back on track. A registered holistic nutritionist, she provides a food plan with nutrition health benefits that can work for you. A health and wellness consultant, Rosalie guides you through the maze of fad diets. An effective motivational speaker, she outlines steps toward better digestion and how to deal with cravings. With expert nutritional information, Rosalie, nutrition consultant, maps out a journey to a new you.
The body is remarkable in its rejuvenation capabilities. Complementary medicine, using the best of what our society knows, can kick-start the healing process to better health. This may include medication or surgery when appropriate, coupled with a change in diet to one that is suited to each individual. Specific supplements, and herbal or homeopathic remedies, can also be effective. For additional information, please read Andrew Saul’s supplement Safety Testimony to Parliament at: www.doctoryourself.com/testimony.htm
Other lifestyle changes to gain stress relief such as relaxation techniques, visualization, a reduced workload, rest, and a good night’s sleep are also an important part of the recovery process, but gaining nutrition information is an effective, rewarding place to begin.
Let Rosalie Moscoe, registered holistic nutrition consultant, RHN, RNCP, guide you and your co-workers to building nutritional well-being. What you eat can influence your physical and mental health and your very DNA. (Jack Challam, Feed Your Genes Right). At the very least, you finally can begin to feel and look better! Check the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine www.orthomed.org for 40 years of nutrition research. Or let Rosalie present the important facts for you.
For more information or to book your date, Contact Rosalie.
Tel. (416) 653-0077 or toll free: 1 (877) 653-0077