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Asparagus Soup with Walnut Cream

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Asparagus is one of the first veggies to indicate that spring arrived. The nutrient density and antioxidant capacity of asparagus increases when cooked by about 30 percent. That being said, we hope you enjoy one of our favorite asparagus recipes, courtesy of Eleonora Gafton, M.S., CNS, LDN, Assistant Professor and Cooking Lab Manager.

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MUIH Wellness Leadership Academy

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International speaker and author, Marcus Bird, from Wellness Leadership Academy (WLA), travelled all the way from Australia to present the latest cutting edge wellness industry trends at the very first Wellness Leadership Revolution event at the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) on March 20th. At this live 1 day event in partnership with MUIH’s Office of Professional and Continuing Education (PCE), holistic practitioners and entrepreneurs learned how to clarify their message, expand their reach, and maximize their positive impact in the world by discovering the insider secrets to becoming a wellness leader.  WLA helps wellness practitioners build their businesses to help fulfill on the mission of “Moving the World to Wellness” by teaching their members and followers become TEDx speakers, international coaches and bestselling authors. If you know you have a big mission to move the world to wellness, we would love to have you join us at MUIH for another 1 day event later in 2019 (date TBD). 

Stay up to date with the latest information at www.muih.edu/ce.

What You Should Know About Academic and Professional Credentialing in Health and Wellness Coaching

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As the health and wellness coaching field has evolved, the number of choices has expanded for health, health and wellness, and/or wellness coach training programs, offered also by non-accredited organizations. Accredited and non-accredited programs are delivered in different formats—online, in-person, or hybrid. Here are some factors for you to consider when choosing a program that gets your health and wellness coaching career off to a good start.

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Expand Your Knowledge in Herbal Studies

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Curiosity about natural healing with herbs is universal. One way to deepen your knowledge of how to use herbs for your own health, as well for that of your family and friends is to take this 12-credit Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Herbal Studies. The training will provide herbal enthusiasts with a foundational knowledge of herbal sciences, as well as an understanding of the wellness-based tradition of herbal medicine.

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Primary Approaches to Ayurveda

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There are three primary approaches to Ayurveda, the first being ahara. Ahara focuses on a basic physical, or “constitutional” analysis of visual cues including a tongue, nail, and facial analysis, as well as approaches to health and well-being that focus on cooking, food, and culinary spices.

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