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Welcome to the Inspired Learning Hub. New live educational webinars are held every month and includes the latest issues, research and practical protocol information for holistic nutrition professionals, health coaches and other interested wellness professionals. Each one is complete with video and audio recordings, PDF slides, references and a certificate for upgrading CEUs (a short 3-question quiz must be completed to verify listening). Enjoy! Sign-up to receive notification for new webinars

Heart Disease And The Gut

Heart Disease And The Gut

Upcoming Webinar: What is the connection between heart disease and the gut? Join Lorene Sauro, RHN for a discussion of the latest information on inflammation, heart damage and disease. Learn what is known now and how gut bacteria protocols are being tested to further...

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More Pieces For Autoimmunity

More Pieces For Autoimmunity

Despite years of research and study – the concept of that an autoimmune disease is due to an overactive immune system still persists. Why, when so much research indicates otherwise? Tuesday, June 16, 8:00 pm EST/5:00 pm PST In this webinar, we discussed: What the...

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What’s Happening With Understanding Arthritis

What’s Happening With Understanding Arthritis

While there are many people trying to blame healthy whole foods for the pain and inflammation of arthritis, research is shedding new light on joint destruction and regeneration. In other words, it’s not the tomato’s fault. We discuss the best considerations to create...

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Emotions and The Gut

Emotions and The Gut

The gut and the brain are connected. But exactly how does this relate to our emotions and personality? In this episode, we discuss what the research has discovered about microbes and the relationship to our emotions and the brain. PDF Slide For Emotions And The Gut...

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What’s Happening With The Gallbladder

What’s Happening With The Gallbladder

Have you noticed how many people, mainly women, and so many young women, are having their gall bladders removed? While the conventional perspective is that we don’t need a gall bladder, the implications are bigger than the gall bladder itself. Understanding this can...

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Working With Clients On The Ketogenic Diet

Working With Clients On The Ketogenic Diet

According to trend watchers, the ketogenic diet is on its way out. The main reason that’s cited is that most people do not reach true keto. However, we will be working with clients who are following or trying to follow the ketogenic diet for quite some time, as people...

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Considering The Male vs Female Microbiomes

Considering The Male vs Female Microbiomes

 Are there differences between the male and female microbiomes? Early research is showing there are and may help explain why some health conditions are more prevalent in women and others are more prevalent in men. Click here to learn more about the Healthy Gut...

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Carbs, Blood Sugar and The Gut

Carbs, Blood Sugar and The Gut

   Once again, it’s not the food, it’s the gut. Discover new research that sheds light on how we utilize carbs. Learn why the glycemic index may not be the best predictor for blood sugar levels. And there’s more. The link between weight gain and the gut is...

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Planning and Timing A Workshop

Planning and Timing A Workshop

Hosting a workshop is a great way to get more clients. We discuss how to plan and time the workshop so you can delver the best information the attendees what to hear. We do an exercise in the webinar . You can download a worksheet below. Worksheet for the webinar PDF...

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Explaining Gut-Hormone Connection

Explaining Gut-Hormone Connection

Learn how hormones issues are connected the health of the gut. It's a bi-directional relationship. The  gut bacteria can effect how we are affected by hormones. And hormones affect how the gut function. We'll also discuss the estrobolome. PDF Slides for Explaining...

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Explaining The Immune Response To Clients

Explaining The Immune Response To Clients

 It’s hard to know what to say to clients. Too much information is not helpful. But they do need to know what constitutes an immune response. And they need to know what to expect. This is something you’ll be explaining. It’s important for our scope of practice that...

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Are You Creating A Tipping Point?

Are You Creating A Tipping Point?

Based of the concept from Malcolm Gladwell's book the "Tipping Point" we discuss how this applies to our work in the wellness industry. We also discuss how it applies to the  work we do with clients and the healing process in the body. PDF Slides For Are You Creating...

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Detoxification: Facts and Fallacies

Detoxification: Facts and Fallacies

 There is a lot of controversy about "liver cleansing". Why do so many MDs and scientists say “cleansing” is a myth? Join Lorene Sauro, RHN,  for an informative discussion. Learn the correct terminology, a review as to how we detox, how to support the total...

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Lyme Disease and The Gut Connection

Lyme Disease and The Gut Connection

Is it a chicken or an egg? Does dysbiosis/candidiasis make a person more susceptible to Lyme disease when exposed? Or does Lyme disease make a person more prone to gut health issues? Join Lorene Sauro, RHN as she'll discussing this and more including strategies for...

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New In Autism – More Gut Connections

New In Autism – More Gut Connections

Autism is just one of many conditions that has risen dramatically in recent years. And gut health has become the focal point for researchers for all conditions. It's complicated and yet, at the same time, simple. Some day we will be asking : Why didn't we see this...

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Eye, Ear and Nose Microbiomes

Eye, Ear and Nose Microbiomes

What does the research say? We'll discuss these new areas of study. It's something to consider when clients have eye ear or nose issues. And it's painting a larger picture. How much understanding researchers currently have about the eye, ear and nose microbiomes The...

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Pros and Cons of Intermittent Fasting

Pros and Cons of Intermittent Fasting

There is some very interesting research on this topic plus a lot of confusion for both practitioners and consumers. We discussed: How it affects the gut The different effect for men and women. And whether all the hype about the benefits is accurate - as much as we can...

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EMFs and The Gut

EMFs and The Gut

 It’s something we need to consider when working with clients. Just one more factor that may be contributing to their issues. Could it be the effect EMFs have on our good gut bacteria which, as we now know, is essential to good health? I was joined by building...

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Manifestation, Fear and Business

Manifestation, Fear and Business

 We all talk about it. “Manifesting” But what does it really mean? When it comes to business, can we really “manifest” what we need? Join me for a discussion as I share what I have learned this year about pursuing my dreams and believe me, I've learned a lot, both...

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Chronobiology: A Discussion

Chronobiology: A Discussion

Chronobiology is the study of rhythms within living organisms. The most well-known of these is the circadian rhythm which operates more or less within a 24-hour cycle impacting issues such as the sleep-wake cycle, mood, digestion, cell production and hormone release....

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From Psychological Pain to Spiritual Happiness

From Psychological Pain to Spiritual Happiness

Discover the 9 Prime Causes of Psychological Pain and How to Heal Them. In this webinar, David Price Francis defines the 9 major causes of psychological pain He focuses on the Fragmented Syndrome, the Overwhelmed Syndrome and their remedies and discussing the...

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Why Don’t Clients Know They Are Stressed?

Why Don’t Clients Know They Are Stressed?

We’ve all had them – the clients who symptoms and health issues indicate stress is a factor. Often it is the key factor – the one that needs addressing. But the client doesn’t think they are stressed. Have you wondered why? Join me for an educational webinar on all...

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Exercise and The Gut

Exercise and The Gut

The research shows that exercise by itself has an effect on gut bacteria, meaning that exercise has a beneficial role to play in a gut health protocol.Not only does exercise help bacteria but it improves gut function as well. Listen to the discussion to learn more....

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Partner Marketing For Growing Your Practice

Partner Marketing For Growing Your Practice

Are you overwhelmed by online marketing? Do you long for some good old-school techniques to attract clients and grow your business. Join Lorene and Trish for an informative disucssion that will provide more options and ideas for marketing your business. PDF Slides for...

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