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Chronic stress damages the heart, immunity, and mood. In honor of #StressAwarenessMonth, here are stress-reducing foods to give you an edge.⁠⁠
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🥬 #Greens provide chlorophyll, antioxidants, and vitamins to soothe our nerves. Among them are lettuce, spinach, and kale which are well-known and easy to prepare. There are others that are lesser-known:⁠⁠
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🥗 #Swisschard is packed with stress-fighting nutrients. Just 1 cup (175 grams) of cooked Swiss chard contains 36% of the recommended intake for magnesium. Low levels of magnesium are associated with anxiety and panic attacks. Chronic stress depletes our magnesium, making this mineral very important.⁠⁠
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🌱 #Parsley is packed with antioxidants — compounds that neutralize unstable molecules called free radicals and protect against oxidative stress associated with many mental illnesses. Studies suggest that a diet rich in antioxidants may help prevent stress and anxiety. They also help reduce inflammation, which is often high in those with chronic stress. Parsley is a mild diuretic, helpful for reducing hypertension and for the prevention of heart disease.⁠⁠
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🥦 #Broccoli — A diet rich in cruciferous veggies may lower the risk of cancer, heart disease, and mental health disorders. Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli are some of the most concentrated food sources of magnesium, vitamin C, and folate — which are proven to combat depressive symptoms. Broccoli is also rich in a sulfur compound that has neuroprotective properties and may offer calming and antidepressant effects. ⁠⁠
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🥣 #Fermented foods like #kimchi provide probiotics and are high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Research reveals that fermented foods may help to reduce stress and anxiety. Probiotic supplements and probiotic-rich foods like kimchi have beneficial effects on mental health which is likely due to their interactions with gut bacteria that directly affects mood.⁠⁠
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Are you interested in...⁠⁠
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• Healing from chronic health issues?⁠⁠
• Cooking delicious, medicinal, seasonal food?⁠⁠
• Understanding your "constitution" or bio-individuality?⁠⁠
• Helping others heal? ⁠⁠
• Aligning with your deeper purpose?⁠⁠
• Starting a wellness-related business?⁠⁠
• Connecting with a global tribe of game-changers in holistic health?⁠⁠
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Welcome to the Academy Healing Nutrition 🌱⁠⁠
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We don't cover fad diets and wellness trends. ⁠⁠
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We teach you the ancient secrets to more sustainable, radiant health while connecting you with the technologies to allow real healing to proliferate.⁠⁠
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Visit the link in bio to apply today or book a call.⁠⁠
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PS: Happy #WorldHealthDay!⁠⁠
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Quote by: @chopra⁠⁠
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#Kimchi #Recipe🥢 ⁠⁠
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Ingredients:⁠⁠
1 medium head napa cabbage⁠⁠
1/4 cup iodine-free sea salt or kosher salt⁠⁠
Water, preferably distilled or filtered⁠⁠
1 tbsp grated garlic (5-6 cloves)⁠⁠
1 tsp grated peeled fresh ginger⁠⁠
1 tsp granulated sugar⁠⁠
2 tbsp fish sauce or salted shrimp paste, or 3 tbsp water⁠⁠
1 to 5 tbsp Korean red pepper flakes (gochugaru)⁠⁠
8 ounces Korean radish or daikon radish, peeled and cut into matchsticks⁠⁠
4 medium scallions, cut into 1-inch pieces⁠⁠
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✔️ Step 1: Cut the cabbage lengthwise through the stem into quarters and then into 2-inch-wide strips. Place the cabbage in a large bowl, sprinkle with salt, and massage it into the cabbage until it starts to soften. Add enough water to cover the cabbage. Put a plate on top of the cabbage and weigh it down with something heavy. Let stand for 1-2 hrs. Rinse and drain the cabbage under cold water 3 times. Set aside to drain in a colander for 15-20 mins. ⁠⁠

✔️ Step 2: Make the spice paste. Rinse and dry the bowl you used for salting. Add the garlic, ginger, sugar, and fish sauce, shrimp paste, or water and stir into a smooth paste. Stir in the gochugaru, (1 tbsp for mild & up to 5 tbsp for spicy); set aside until the cabbage is ready.⁠⁠

✔️ Step 3: Combine the vegetables & spice paste. Gently squeeze any remaining water from the cabbage and add to spice paste. Add the radish and scallions.⁠ Gently work the paste into the vegetables until coated. ⁠⁠
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Pack the kimchi into a sterilized 1-quart jar. Press down until the liquid rises to cover the vegetables, leaving at least 1 inch of space at the top. Seal the jar. Place a bowl or plate under the jar to catch any flow. Let stand at cool room temp, out of direct sunlight, for 1-5 days. ⁠⁠
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Check once a day, opening the jar and pressing down on the vegetables with a clean finger or spoon to keep them submerged. Taste a little too! When the kimchi tastes ripe enough for your liking, transfer the jar to the refrigerator. You may eat it right away, but it’s best after another week or two.⁠⁠
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Learn the Food as Medicine way⁠
through a transformational nutrition workshop. ⁠

Enjoy Part I of this 3-part workshop for free via the #linkinbio 🌱 Or, purchase the entire workshop for just £9.⁠

What’s happened to our health?⁠

We’re living in the middle of one of the worst health epidemics of all time. Heart disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, depression, and obesity are all conditions that are directly linked to diet. Experts, including the WHO and the Cleveland Clinic estimate that up to 80% of chronic diseases can be prevented through diet and lifestyle. ⁠

So what happened? How did we lose the intuition required to eat in a healthy way?⁠

This 3-hour digital workshop offers a refreshingly non-dogmatic perspective into the art of using “food as medicine.” Inspired by cultures of longevity from around the world, including Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Blue Zones, and the work of Weston Price, this workshop offers a new and ancient framework for cultivating long-lasting, radiant health. ⁠

You will learn:⁠
✔️ The ancient art + science of using food as medicine⁠
✔️ Context for the current challenges we face (i.e., mineral depletion in soil, the rise of processed foods, toxic exposures, etc.) ⁠
✔️ Introduction to Five Element Theory⁠
✔️ Introduction to the Eastern worldview of Yin & Yang⁠
✔️ Introduction to Food Energetics⁠
✔️ Introduction to Daoist Tonic Herbalism⁠
✔️ Ingredients + principles of the longevity diet, as well as proper food preparation techniques⁠

Learn @healingnutrition’s “Food as Medicine” method to nourish your cells, boost your digestion, improve your energy, strengthen your immunity, perk up your brainpower, release stress, transform your appearance, and connect with your purpose in life. ⁠

***If you purchase this workshop and then decide to sign up for our course, we will deduct £9 from your tuition.⁠

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Detoxing Deliciously, a simple and cleansing recipe 🌱

Ingredients:
• 1 medium sized raw beetroot, peeled and grated
• Juice of ½ organic lemon
• 1 organic green apple
• Fresh ginger juice
• 1 tsp chia seeds

Directions:
Combine all ingredients and eat immediately as a side dish to your meals. You can save this covered in the fridge for up to 24 hours.

Enjoy! Visit our website for more seasonal recipes🥬🥖

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10 foods to transition from darkness and inactivity to light and action:

1️⃣ Berries/Cherries: Red berries, blueberries, and cherries are a delicious source of iron for improving blood and circulation. They naturally contain a bountiful amount of antioxidants to boost energy, immunity and fight free radical damage.
2️⃣ Teas: All teas (white, green, Pu'er, oolong, or black teas) provide a valuable source of antioxidants and other natural chemicals that improve digestion and mood.
3️⃣ Whole grains: Whole grains have been recommended since the time of Hippocrates as a source of nutrition and balance blood sugar levels. Useful spring grains: millet, barley, quinoa, and oats.
4️⃣ Greens: Greens are generally cleansing, cooling, and detoxifying for the liver because they can encourage bile flow, which is digestive and laxative. Cleansing bitter green foods may help to reduce allergies and harmful cholesterol too.
5️⃣ Select proteins: Many animal sources of protein like red meat can be hard to digest and heavy on the stomach, so it is recommended to opt for lighter, plant-based proteins like tofu, chia seeds, and quinoa or high-welfare organic eggs, which provide a healthy dose of protein as well as fat.
6️⃣ Cooling, moistening proteins: if you like to incorporate some animal sources of protein, then fish and lean white meat like chicken are the ones to choose.
7️⃣ Tofu and Tempeh: These protein foods also support calcium needs. They are cooling and moistening and easy to prepare
8️⃣ Bean sprouts: Sprouts are the kernel of nutrition that becomes the plant. It contains all the necessary nutrition to support plant growth and is a great addition to a spring diet.
9️⃣ Bee pollen: Baring allergies, eating 1 tsp. Surprisingly, bee pollen provides all necessary amino acids, while 40% of its profile is protein.
🔟 Detoxifying Foods/Herbs:
• Neem leaf and bark are antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal.
• Nettle leaf tea is useful for allergies.
• Pumpkin seed, clove, and a little garlic are anti-parasite.

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Is Spring the best season for detoxing?🥬 Join us on the 7th of April for this dynamic workshop, "Spring Medicine 101" + Open House. Taught by renowned herbalist and holistic practitioner @ingabylinkina and co-founder of @healingnutrition UK, @patriciahealing.⁠

It's not too late to join our 10-month course that combines ancient principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, and cultures of longevity with modern science for mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual resiliency.⁠ ⁠

RSVP link in bio 👆🏽⁠

At the event, you will learn... ⁠
✔️ How to shift awareness from Winter hibernation to Spring activation.⁠
✔️ Specific herbs, superfoods, supplements, and nutritional tweaks to support gentle ongoing detoxification.⁠
✔️ An in-depth look into our holistic health coaching certificate course.⁠

📸 by our fantastic grad, @amelies_homemade⁠

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GOMASIO RECIPE 🥢⁠

Get more sea vegetables into your diet by making a batch of Gomasio, a delicious sesame seed, and sea veggie condiment. Sprinkle it on everything from rice to noodle soups to vegetables.⁠

Ingredients:⁠
~ 1 strip kombu seaweed⁠
~ Small handful dulse seaweed⁠
~ ½ cup black sesame seeds⁠
~ ½ cup white sesame seeds⁠
~ 1 Tbsp sea salt⁠

Directions:⁠
1. Place sea vegetables on a baking sheet in a low oven until dry and crisp (pay attention to prevent burning). Transfer to a mortar and pestle or food processor, and grind until somewhat fine. ⁠

2. Dry toast the sesame seeds by placing in a warm pan (ideally cast iron) over medium heat, tossing or stirring constantly. When their oil begins to release its fragrance, remove the seeds from the heat and place in a bowl to cool. Take care to prevent any burning.⁠

3. Toss all ingredients together until well mixed and store in an airtight jar in the refrigerator.⁠

For more recipes, visit the link in our bio. #AcademyHealingNutrition #AHNrecipes #LongevityDiet #FoodAsMedicine⁠

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Happy Spring Equinox! 🌸⁠⁠
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Traditional Chinese Medicine's Five Element Theory acknowledges that 5 basic energies make up the universe and humans (Fire, Earth, Metal, Water, and Wood.) ⁠⁠
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Spring is associated with the Wood Element. Wood's correspondences include...⁠⁠
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• Flavor: Sour ⁠⁠
• Energy: Cleansing, Draining, Astringent⁠⁠
• Season: Spring⁠⁠
• Time of Day: After midnight ⁠⁠
• Foods: “Wood Element” foods include lemon, grapefruit, sauerkraut, and vinegar, ⁠⁠
• Organs: Associated with Liver, Gallbladder, impacting joints, muscles, tendons, allergies, headache, arthritis, paralysis, vision⁠⁠
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Spring is also referred to as a time for "Greening" and here are some of its seasonal medicines and energies:⁠⁠
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• In spring, the earth pushes grass and trees upward with tremendous vitality. It is known to be a “damp” season and filled with possibility. The winds bring seeds, buds open, and many rejoice at the sweet rebirth of the Earth.⁠⁠
• Our early morning energy is a time for stretching, walking, tai chi, and qigong. We celebrate the return of flowers and green leaves on trees.⁠⁠
• We eat fresh, local seasonal foods like fresh greens and yellow vegetables, summer squash, light miso, sprouts, adzuki bean, cucumber, shiitake, asparagus, peas, parsley, and cilantro.⁠⁠
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Holistic Nutrition can be understood as an approach to food and healing that looks at this whole picture and recognizes several principles.

Know Yourself: there is no singular formula for cultivating health, no diet that works for all bodies at all times, understanding your own constitution (the blueprint you’ve inherited from your ancestors) is fundamental. For example, do you run hot or cold, tend to hold or lose weight, have excess or low energy most often?

Context is Everything: in addition to our constitution, we also consider our current moment. We adjust our diets in response to what nature makes available to us each season. This can look like minimizing raw foods in the winter and focusing on heat-retaining soups and stews and waiting to eat most fruits until they are harvestable where we live. Our body’s needs shift according to where we live and as we cycle through our own “seasons” in life.

Food Energetics: foods exist on a spectrum from cold to neutral to hot (this is their thermal nature); have contracting, cooling, and moistening properties (Yin) or expanding, heating, and drying ones (Yang). Each food also holds the energy of a particular element in nature (fire, earth, metal, water, wood) and the medicine of a flavor (sweet, pungent, salty, sour, bitter).

“Intangible” Nourishment: just as important for our well-being. The quality of our food, air, water, and relationships, matter. We need access to nature (one form of this can be engagement with plant medicine intelligence), mindfulness practices that bring us into a deeper connection with ourselves.

Ultimately, we aim not just to recover wellness but to cultivate radiant health. In this state, our willpower is developed, our vision clear, our humor available; we experience ourselves as being part of nature, of a larger whole. Most importantly, perhaps, our adaptability is enhanced, our capacity to optimally and accurately respond to changes in our internal and external environments.

This is the true foundation of radiant health and the goal of the practice of Holistic Nutrition 🌱 #AHN

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Congratulations to our 2021 AHN UK cohort! It was an absolute honour to guide this incredible group on a journey of self-healing and self-discovery.

The world now has an amazing new collective of holistic health coaches that use the wisdom of nature and food as medicine in the creation of true, radiant health for themsleves and others.

We are beyond proud of their achievements and can wait to see all their dreams come into reality.

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Many students are drawn to our course because they want to learn how to heal from chronic conditions they've been facing. After they experience results, something magical happens... An urge rises within them to share their knowledge with the world and to help others alleviate their suffering. ⁠

It is within this act of service that our purpose can ignite. ⁠

So, what is your gift, and how can we help you share it with the world?⁠

Are you like @vbiancav, and want to offer accessible nutrition advice and be seen as an authority in wellness through content creation?⁠

Are you like Nikki Ostrower of @NAOWellness, and want to start your own holistic healing center? ⁠

Or are you like our London graduate Fleur and want to enhance your value in the health field you’re already in? ⁠

The truth is, at the Academy Healing Nutrition, our students get more than an education—they grow wise. This wisdom can be carried into any career path forward—giving you the leg-up in the wellness world and beyond. ⁠

So, what’s stopping you? ⁠

If you need more help making this decision, book a call using the #linkinbio with one of our advisors for a pressure-free discussion of how our course could, quite simply, change your life. #AcademyHealingNutrition #FoodAsMedicine #LongevityDiet⁠

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The Concept Salad that we teach to students in our Healing Nutrition programme incorporates these core principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and allows our digestive fire and absorption of nutrients to be optimal (and not depleted by too much coldness).

While a typical raw salad is a cooling meal that we can eat more of during hot summer months, a Concept Salad can be adapted to each season’s needs by considering:

• The vegetables that are available locally
• Whether we need to clear heat, hydrate and cleanse or to warm, fortify and build (choosing ingredients according to their thermal natures)
• The proportion of raw to cooked foods (prepared grains and roasted vegetables added to a salad help us maintain harmony with a colder environment)

We also create balance within our bodies-minds-spirits by incorporating a spectrum of tastes (the TCM Five Flavours):

• Bitter (this can be dandelion greens in the spring, and endive or frisée in the summer)
• Sweet (summer offers us tomatoes and beetroot, for example)      
• Pungent/Spicy (foods such as rocket and spring onions)
• Salty (try pickled vegetables, or miso added to a dressing)
• Sour (most easily from vinegar or lemon juice)

We include a range of textures:
• Soft (tender lettuces, for example)
• Crispy (such as raw carrots or radishes)
• Toasty (try pan-toasting some sunflower seeds)

As for a dressing: develop a habit of making your own! The quality of ingredients, nutrition and vitality will be far better than what is found in bottled ones. 

For more information, as well as a perfect dressing recipe to go with this salad, visit the link in bio!

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Today (and every day), we celebrate women all over the world and the incredible medicine women who are part of our beautiful community. It is an honour to empower so many women to love, nourish, and take care of their bodies and what makes them unique as women so that they can follow their purpose.

In honour of International Women's Day, we've put together your Complete Guide to Using Traditional Chinese Medicine for Women’s Health. Follow the link in bio to read our guide and uncover safe, natural, gentle tips and strategies that may help support women’s health using the wisdom of TCM.

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“There still isn’t enough discussion about anti-Asian racism from people that benefit from Asian culture.” Thank you @janvincentgonzales 🌱 #AcademyHealingNutrition #antiracism #antiasianracism

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Our Stir-Fried Forbidden Rice with Medicinal Mushrooms and Chinese Vegetables 🌾🥢

This delicious meal includes tempeh (a fermented soybean cake), fresh vegetables and whole grains. The medicinal mushrooms tonify Qi (our vital energy) and fluids, and stimulate the immune system.

Maple Soy Sesame Sauce:
2 tbsp shoyu or tamari (a wheat-free soy sauce)
2 tbsp maple syrup (ideally dark amber)
1 tsp mirin (a slightly sweet, Japanese rice wine)
1 tsp toasted sesame oil
1 tsp arrowroot powder*

Stir Fry:
225 grams / 8 oz tempeh, diced to 1 cm / 1/2 inch pieces
4 tbsp coconut oil
2 cups sliced mushrooms (try a blend of shiitake, maitake and oyster)
4 cloves garlic
2 tsp grated ginger
1 red bell pepper, cubed
a handful of Chinese green leafy vegetables such as gai lan or bok choy
1 cup cooked forbidden black rice
1 cup cooked white long-grain rice
2 tsp toasted sesame seeds
1 pinch red pepper flakes
4 scallions, thinly sliced
Sea salt, to taste

Visit our website for the full #recipe #linkinbio 🙌🏼

📷: by our lovely student @madamecamillevidal 🌱🤍

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Join our final Food as Medicine workshop + open house on March 10th to learn to activate your body’s innate intelligence through our holistic nutrition course. Taught by holistic nutritionist + tonic herbalist @IngaBylinkina and co-founder of @healingnutrition UK, @Patricia_healing

”The school helped me create a life and career beyond my wildest dreams.”
~ Nikki Ostrower, owner of NAO Nutrition @naowellness

Our 10-month, UK-based (remote) holistic health coaching programme is almost full! Join us for this dynamic workshop + open house to secure your spot in our course. RSVP link in bio 👆🏽

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Follow the #linkinbio to visit our website and gain access to recipes, educational blog posts, and more information about enrollment today 🌱

“Codonopsis is referred to as dang shen in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) where it has been employed for its healthful qualities for centuries. Often used in herbal formulas in place of ginseng, codonopsis root is considered a gentle qi (energy) tonic and adaptogenic herb in TCM. Native to Asia, Codonopsis pilosula has twining stems with bell-shaped flowers and carrot-shaped roots. Codonopsis root is typically prepared as a decoction or extract.” — @mountainroseherbs 🌱 #AcademyHealingNutrition #LongevityDiet #TCM #Ayurveda

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It is normal to think of roses when offering a love gift, but did you ever wonder how drinking rose bud tea would affect the heart and chest circulation? Red Chinese rose bud tea makes a relaxing, pleasantly bitter/sweet tea. Love is often bitter/sweet. This tea offers advantages: It soothes stress headache and helps to ease chest pains resulting from poor circulation or troubling emotions. It makes a worthwhile gift for an elderly or melancholy friend. Steep the small red buds in a glass tea pot so that you can enjoy viewing the flower buds open and inhale the garden fragrance.

To learn more on TCM’s perspective on heart health, visit the link in bio 🤍 🌱 #AcademyHealingNutrition #LongevityDiet #TCM #Ayurveda

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Are you ready to change your life, health, and maybe even your career in 2021 and beyond?

Our unique, life-changing course that combines longevity practices from around the world, Eastern healing wisdom, and the latest scientific knowledge is starting soon. And this year, we’re doing things a little differently.

If you register before 12 am UK time on the 19th of February 2021 you’ll enjoy our early bird deal and £350 off the regular course price.

That’s full access to our transformative classes, community, and mentorship, all of which have helped past students:
—Launch new careers
—Learn how to eat, to better nourish their bodies, their community, and the planet
—Align to their purpose
—Reconnect the mind, body, and spirit
—Set off on a lifelong, empowered journey of health and vitality

If you’re still deciding and want a tiny taste of what we offer, visit the link in bio to sign up for our Open House + lesson “Holistic Nutrition 101” 🌱🤍

If you’re not able to attend the Open House tomorrow, we also have a replay available of our recent Open House and lesson on Food Energetics✔️

📷 by our lovely student, @amelies_homemade

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“When things become difficult, maintain a spirit of adventure. In this way, we remain in harmony with the ever-changing universe.” - George Ohsawa, Spirit of Macrobiotics

This sense of adventure, or curiosity, is a form of love, especially when we apply it to ourselves. Be curious about all the feelings that course through you (whether pleasant or painful): love observes without holding onto nor rejecting. Extend that into investigating what makes you feel well, brings you joy, what work fills you with a sense of purpose. Invest this time in knowing and healing yourself as an act of self-love.

We all can use guidance and community in the ongoing work of self-healing and self-realization. At AHN, we take a holistic approach to this and acknowledge the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels on which both take place. If you’re curious about undertaking the deep and rewarding work of cultivating radiant health and resilience, know that we are here to support you.

Pay attention to what you want to love into being in this wounded, beautiful, ever-evolving world and within yourself. Then take a step in the direction of that transformation.

One way to do that: enroll in our Academy Healing Nutrition program and take that commitment to self-love further. If you're curious to learn more about who we are and what we teach, we invite you to join us at our upcoming Holistic Nutrition 101 Open House #linkinbio to sign up 🤍 🌱 #AcademyHealingNutrition #LongevityDiet #TCM #Ayurveda

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Take the next Step! We look forward to your joining us.

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– New York – 

East 53rd Street
Between 2nd – 3rd Ave

New York, NY 10022

Subway at 51st/53rd/Lexington:
6 E M trains

Phone: 1.646.812.0091

In house training starts October each year
Online training available

– London – 

Phone: +44 (0) 77079 74508

Website: www.academyhealingnutrition.uk

In house training starts March each year
Online training available

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