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Heidi Hoffman

About Heidi Hoffman

In Private Practice for over 4 years, Heidi is dedicated to helping people achieve maximum results with their health goals through the use of functional nutrition. She has had the pleasure of helping many men and women achieve balanced health and eliminate long-standing health challenges! Over the 19 years that she has been in the Nutrition Field, Heidi has explored the many aspects of nutrition by getting experience in a variety of settings, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, outpatient counseling, and public health programs. Heidi Hoffman, MPH, RD, received a traditional education in Nutritional Science from California State University, Los Angeles and a Masters in Public Health from UCLA.
16August, 2019

Can Following an Anti-Inflammatory Diet Menu Eliminate Inflammation?

By |August 16th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

"The emerging role of chronic inflammation in the major degenerative diseases of modern society has stimulated research into the influence of nutrition and dietary patterns on inflammatory indices." That's a 2010 quote from the 2nd source listed below. Do we take inflammation and it's relationship to diet seriously enough? Not really... here's more:

7June, 2019

Foods and Supplements for Brain Health

By |June 7th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Foods and Supplements for Brain Health – Nutrition and the Brain
Our workshop topic this month is “Reclaim Your Healthy Brain”. Three of the items Clinical Nutritionists, Heidi Hoffman and Jeannie Gorman will be focusing on for this class are:

– Discovering the missing key nutrients in your diet
– Learning about the KEY Neuro-inflammation blood work markers

9April, 2019

Purification Cleanse 101- What You Need to Know

By |April 9th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Doing a nutritional cleanse, and other holistic wellness practices are not a cure for disease, or a replacement for medical care. However, you have an opportunity to take a little more responsibility for your health, and do something proactive to create a vibrant, healthy, inner-environment for your body to thrive. With that, before making any substantial changes to your diet, it is a good idea to check with your doctor or licensed health care professional.

19February, 2019

Ginger Turmeric Elixir

By |February 19th, 2019|Blog, Recipe|0 Comments

 
1 Serving

INGREDIENTS:

2 inches fresh turmeric
1 inch fresh ginger
3-4 black pepper corns
25ml lemon juice (approx. juice of one small lemon)
½ tsp honey or a few drops of Stevia
1 cup water

INSTRUCTIONS

Place all the ingredients in a high speed blender and blend together until everything is liquified.
Pour into a glass and enjoy. Or, place in jar

12November, 2018

It’s Immune Boosting Soup Time

By |November 12th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Dr. Maeda's position is that most of the beneficial natural ingredients found in his immune boosting soup are often lost in other forms of food preparation. This soup is very easy to make and can be stored in the refrigerator. The ingredients and preparation are listed below so you can try this recipe out yourself.

6November, 2018

Allergies Can Contribute to Chronic Illness

By |November 6th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Many people are allergic to hundreds of substances and don’t even know it. They have symptoms or reactions that go on for years before realizing that they have health concerns. Individuals can develop allergies, or they can inherit them. Learn how you can overcome allergies that can lead to chronic illness.

8October, 2018

Foods That Help You Sleep Better and Fight Insomnia Naturally

By |October 8th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

The National Sleep Foundation says 60% of Americans have problems with their sleep. Failure to get enough sleep puts stress on the body.

Our bodies perform repair and maintenance while we are sleeping. If our bodies are deprived of this critical time of repair and maintenance night after night, chronic health issue can arise. A sleepless

5August, 2018

Good Fats vs Bad Fats: What’s on Your Plate?

By |August 5th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Fat is an integral part of our body and our diets. It’s involved in a variety of metabolic functions, some fats are even precursors to hormones. The last 20 years have brought conflicting information about fat, from the low-fat craze of the 90’s to the high fat lifestyle of the Ketogenic diet. Questions naturally arise with regards to good fats vs. bad fats and what to believe. The answer is really very simple; focus on whole and natural fats rather than man-made fats.

30April, 2018

Chickpea Puffs by “Hippeas”

By |April 30th, 2018|Snack Chats, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Crunchy-cheesy loving people have something to get kind of excited about.  These organic chickpea puffs have a great crunch, a nice cheesy taste, an organic certification, and don’t appear to contain any of the hard-core nasties that are better to avoid in a snack. The flavor I tried was the Vegan White Cheddar, and it

4January, 2018

Activated Popcorn- What On Earth is That?

By |January 4th, 2018|Snack Chats|1 Comment

Could this be a paradigm shift in popcorn? That is the claim made by Living Intentions about their Activated Popcorn. And, it looks like they do a pretty good job living up to it. If you are a popcorn lover, this could be a wonderful way to get more nutrition bang per snacking calorie. Not

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