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Blithe Parsons

Currently residing in Dallas, Texas, Blithe Parsons is a graphic designer with a passion for copywriting and all things typography. She enjoys staying out late at live jazz shows just as much as she does curling up with a book and her cat, Mildred. She’s always down for a ginger kombucha or discussion about personality. If you'd like to see her silly doodles, give her Instagram a gander on @clarendoom

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Facing the Facts: The Difference Between a Dietitian, Nutritionist, and Holistic Nutrition Coach

Posted by Blithe Parsons on 4/9/18 2:00 PM

Let’s face it: when it comes to eating well, a discussion of the “right” diet and “best” lifestyle is always on the table. Every day, we are bombarded with information (and misinformation!) about what to eat, how to eat, and when to eat. So, when we get confused, who do we turn to? The experts, of course!

Yet, what exactly does it mean to be an “expert” in the field of nutrition? Do you need two different degrees and a decade of schooling to be able to talk to others about eating healthier? When you’re facing down your next meal, who can you ask for solid advice? 

Below we’ll look at the differences between the three most popular nutrition careers: a dietitian, a nutritionist, and a holistic nutrition coach. Whether you’re looking for assistance from one of the above or looking to become one of the above, it’s important to know the educational requirements, job duties, and strengths of each!

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Topics: Holistic Nutrition, Nutrition, Nutritionist, Dietition, Holistic Nutrition Coach, Sports Nutrition

Golden Milk: A Recipe for Sweeter Dreams!

Posted by Blithe Parsons on 3/19/18 7:07 PM

Though its origins are in ancient Ayurvedic medicine, golden milk has become an increasingly popular holistic nutrition beverage in the Western wellness community. Golden milk is traditionally known as haldi doodh, with the only ingredients being turmeric and heated milk. Using this foundation, we can expand the recipe to make a delightful adaptogenic elixir to be taken right before bed!

Most of the ingredients needed for this soothing elixir are mostly available at any grocery store, although the ashwaganda and lucuma may need to be purchased at a specialty store or on Amazon. While they aren’t necessary for the basic version of the recipe, they add additional flavor and health benefits to this rest-promoting drink.

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Topics: sleep, Holistic Nutrition, Recipe, Dairy-Free, Raw Foods, Golden Milk, Turmeric

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