The Functional Nutrition Perspective
Professional Online Training Intensive – 22 CPEs
Gain confidence as a specialty practitioner and make a bigger difference with the clients who really need your help!
- Do your female clients experience PMS, acne, insomnia, night sweats, or peri-menopausal symptoms?
- Are your male or female clients having difficulty with fertility? Do they have issues with fatigue, low sex drive, or weight loss?
- Have they ever had or are they at high risk for hormone-related cancers? Are they experiencing Cardiovascular or bone health issues?
These could all represent issues related to hormonal imbalances! Unless you’re a doctor, your professional training doesn’t really equip you with the know-how to evaluate or assist your clients in this area of health. Don’t be intimidated – the truth is, there’s a LOT you can do, if you just know more!
Hormone Imbalances Are All Too Common!
You’ll get a deep dive into hormone health in this 6-session live webinar series (with 3 additional pre-recorded sessions). We’ll cover women’s health throughout the life cycle and of course, we’ll explore male hormone imbalances as well. These sections will detail hormone function, metabolism, and interplay, the various conditions related to male and female hormonal imbalances, and factors that promote and inhibit hormone balance including diet, lifestyle, supplements, medications, genomic influences, and environment.
Are Your Clients Being Told…
It’s Not Surprising!
Millions of women live their entire lives believing the myths that they have to not only live with but accept irregular, heavy, and painful periods, mood swings, weight gain, infertility, fatigue, and more as a normal part of life. Men get the same story for their hormonally-related issues – and hey, there’s a pill for that – never mind the root cause!
You Can Give Your Clients the Answers They Desperately Need!
Here’s What You’ll Learn in This Course:
When hormones are imbalanced, your clients can get stuck in an agonizing rut of pain, endless doctor’s appointments without solutions, and even low self-esteem.
Imagine if you helped them get to the root-cause of their health issues…maybe this is a personal issue you and you’ll be able to help yourself too!
Hormone Balance Is The Key To An Energetic, Healthy, And Radiant Life!
Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to…
Praise For Our Course
This training is incredible! I gained so much insight into the hormone balance and related nutritional implications of health. I’ll be able to apply this easily in practice and for my own health as well!
Wow – I thought I knew about hormones, but what I’ve learned from Susan has really expanded my horizons! My toolbox is full and I can’t wait to put it to good use!
What a great coverage of all things hormone related for both men andwomen, and it all makes so much more sense now. Thank you Susan – this will enhance my practice for sure!
The Genomic implication on hormone metabolism and what we can do to support this was all new to me. Thanks for such informative training Susan!
Your Main Course Presenter: Susan Allen-Evenson RDN, CCN, FMNS
Founder/Director of Next Level Functional Nutrition Professional Training, now in its 10th year anniversary!
As a recognized Functional Nutrition expert, Susan Allen-Evenson provides a unique and very successful approach to personalized health and wellness as she incorporates an overall focus on root causes to health and the mind-body connection in her work as a speaker, mentor, author and nutrition consultant. Susan earned her nutrition degree in Medical Dietetics from the University of Illinois and became a Registered Dietitian (RD) in 1991. She subsequently completed post-graduate level training to become a Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN), which designates her specialty in the nutritional aspects of Functional Medicine.
Ms. Allen-Evenson has worked in many settings in addition to her own private practice. She was involved in one of the first free-standing nationally-based Integrative Medicine clinics, American Whole Health. She also consulted for the startup of The Center for Integrative Medicine affiliated with prestigious Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago.
Ms. Allen-Evenson has held board appointments with The International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ sub-specialty group: Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine (DIFM), on the Nutrition Board of the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) and on the Scientific Advisory Board of Integrative Therapeutics, Inc., one of the largest natural medicine manufacturers in the United States
With her passion for educating, Ms. Allen-Evenson lectures nationwide and has been a consultant to the nutraceutical industry. In her now over three decades of practice, Susan has recognized the growing divide between traditional dietetics training and the emerging trends in Integrative and Functional Medicine. Understanding many health care providers, especially dietitians, are missing a key opportunity, ten years ago, she launched a unique national mentoring initiative, Next Level Functional Nutrition, to provide training certification to Registered Dietitians and other healthcare professionals wanting to learn this career-changing specialty. Over the years Susan has influenced the knowledge base and skill set of thousands and her training program now include over 350 hours of professional CPE approved education.
Considered an authority, she has appeared on numerous radio and television programs, has been quoted extensively in the press, and is also a published author. She was Chief Nutritional Consultant for the Reader’s Digest book; Food Cures: Breakthrough Nutritional Prescriptions for Everything from Colds to Cancer and she was a contributing author to the first college textbook of its kind, Integrating Therapeutic and Complementary Nutrition, CRC Press 2007. Ms. Allen-Evenson has also authored a chapter in AAPI’s Nutrition Guide To Optimal Health: Using Principles of Functional Medicine and Nutritional Genomics.