VIRTUAL — Reframing Nutrition | Part 1: Why Metabolic Health Matters
Reframing Nutrition | Part 1: Why Metabolic Health Matters with Tina Sprinkle
If you think you’ve got good metabolic health just because you see a “normal” weight on the scale, think again.
New research shows that an alarmingly sparse number of American adults are achieving optimal metabolic health, leaving the majority of people at increased risk for serious diseases. In fact, just 1 in 8 adults in the United States have optimal metabolic health.
Poor metabolic health means you have a higher chance of developing diabetes, heart disease, or stroke.
In this workshop we’ll explore five critical factors that influence our Metabolic health: (blood sugar balance, triglycerides levels, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, blood pressure, and waist circumference), as well as practical strategies for supporting and improving our Metabolic health and longevity at a cellular level.
Efforts to increase physical activity, sleep, insulin sensitivity, and hormone balance, isn’t just for people with a weight problem, it’s for all people. Even if you don’t have a weight problem, you might still have a metabolism problem.
4-PART SERIES | REFRAMING NUTRITION: A FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TO FOOD, PHYSIOLOGY, AND IMPROVED METABOLIC HEALTH.
Only 12% of Americans have optimal metabolic health which means the other 88% of us are suffering from some type of metabolic dysfunction. This may present itself as stubborn weight gain, belly fat, brain fog, disordered sleep, and increased risk for diabetes, heart disease, autoimmunity, Alzheimer’s and more.
The good news is you have the power to interrupt and reverse metabolic dysfunction via nutrition and lifestyle intervention, even if you’ve been unsuccessful in the past.
This four-part series will help you:
Understand that body function is a series of biochemical processes independent of will power, commitment, or failure.
Utilize nutrition as a powerful ally to move beyond a toxic “diet” mindset for greater health, empowerment, and healing.
Discover and support your body’s unique nutritional and physiological needs to optimize your innate potential for health and healing.
Learn to think functionally about our health- to focus on the root cause of our symptoms and not just the symptoms themselves.
For more information on each module and to register click on the links below:
Tina Sprinklehas been a leader in the health and wellness field for forty years, opening her first business, The Sweat Shop, in the mid-eighties. Building on her passion for movement and fitness, Tina went on to get certifications in Group Exercise, STOTT PILATES, Anti-Gravity Fitness Training, and Functional Nutrition.
Tina is currently pursuing a two-year certification at the Institute for Nutritional Endocrinology as she understands the challenge hormones present in finding lasting health and balance.
In addition to collaborating with clients one on one, Tina offers online nutrition courses, small group coaching, and wellness adventure retreats in the United States and abroad
Date and Time
Thursday Nov 11, 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CST
Virtual via Zoom - access this program remotely from your computer, tablet, or smartphone + dial-in available.
$0.00 Members $25.00 Nonmembers
No refunds. Interested in membership? More info here.