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Registration for “Eating to Thrive” Nutrition Class Series Now Open

Have you ever wondered how changing your nutrition can change your life? If you're tired of being tired, frustrated with how you feel in your body, or are dealing with unresolved health problems, Eating to Thrive may be your answer.

Kim Jordan, NTP, owner of Root and Branch Nutrition created her course, Eating to Thrive, in 2014 after feeling discouraged bt mainstream nutrition recommendations and misconceptions surrounding food. The 4-part series aims to dispel myths surrounding nutrition and provides the truth about food and how it affects the body.

Eating to Thrive is based on a philosophy of eating whole foods to nourish the body and support optimal functioning. Participants are provided with the knowledge needed to determine which foods are right for them, and are guided toward creating a sustainable, lasting approach to nutrition.

Concepts discussed include finding the healthiest foods, pinpointing food intolerances, the importance of gut health, the role blood sugar plays in health and weight loss, and much more.

Classes are taught on Mondays at 6 p.m.: November 13, 20, 27, and December 64. Space is limited, and sign-up is on a first-come first-serve basis. Participants also have the option to register with a discounted private nutritional therapy consultation.

Jordan practices a functional approach to nutrition and wellness. She specializes in helping women troubleshoot digestive issues, balance hormones, and restore energy levels in order to revitalize their bodies.

Location: 24 Route 210, Stony Point. For more information and to register, visit RootAndBranchNutrition.com or e-mail kim@rootandbranchnutrition.com.

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