Our bodies require a variety of nutrients to function properly, and the foods we eat are our primary source of these nutrients. Food is abundantly available, yet 92% of the US population is deficient in at least one essential vitamin or mineral.
Pop-Quiz! Do you know…
📌 The essential mineral that 80% of the population is deficient in?
📌 Which vital macronutrient is under-consumed by more than 75% of North Americans?
📌 Half the population consumes less than 50% of the Recommended Daily Allowance of what mineral?
These deficiencies result in a long list of symptoms, including low energy, sweet cravings, stress, brain fog, insomnia, depression and anxiety, muscle tension and cramping, blood sugar issues, and imbalanced hormones.
More than avoiding unhealthy foods, we need to make space – we need to add vital foods. A balanced and nutritious diet can provide us with the necessary energy, macronutrients, and micronutrients that our bodies need to maintain good health. These nutrients help to support our immune system, maintain healthy organ function, and repair and rebuild cells and tissues.
Essential Foods for Vitality are crucial for our health and well-being.
In this free webinar, you will learn…
🌱 The foods that boost liver function and immunity, and beat fatigue
🌱 The mineral that improves energy, brain fog, and muscle function
🌱 A positive approach that emphasizes additions and substitutions rather than eliminations
🌱 Tools to incorporate nourishing changes that provide optimal levels of essential nutrients for vitality
This webinar will be recorded. Please register to receive an email when the replay is posted within the BotanicWise Community.
About Paul Bergner
Paul Bergner is a medical herbalist, clinical nutritionist, educator, author, and naturalist. He is the Director of the North American Institute of Medical Herbalism and is core faculty at the Acorn School of Herbal Medicine and the Southern Institute of Medical Herbalism in New Zealand. He has studied and practiced natural medicine, nutrition, and medical herbalism since 1973 and has published and edited the Medical Herbalism journal since 1989.
He has written seven books on herbalism, nutrition, Chinese medicine, folk ethnobotany, and naturopathic medicine. Paul has taught all aspects of medical herbalism and clinical nutrition since 1996 and has taught nutrition academically at both the university undergraduate and master’s levels. He has mentored more than 300 students through 8-month clinical residencies in integrated herbalism and nutrition.