Holistic Nutrition for Optimal Health Workshop
464 SW Port St. Lucie Blvd, Suite 107-113
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34953
In this 3rd part series on Holistic Nutrition, learn more about the critical value of vitamins and minerals for overall health. Our bodies cannot function efficiently without these nutrients and deficiencies may be the root cause for many illnesses. Gain knowledge about the signs and symptoms associated with vitamin and/or mineral deficiencies, ways to recover from such deficiencies and strategies to ensure a vitamin and mineral rich daily diet. FREE to the public!
Nancy Cox, PhD/DNM, MSEd, RTN, RA-C
Board Certified Doctor of Natural Medicine
Registered Traditional Naturopathic Doctor
Licensed Professional Educator
End Date: 10/20/2016 10 PM
I earned my Bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University of New Jersey in Biology/Biological Sciences, my Master of Science degree from Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY) in Science Education (Biology & General Sciences), and my post-Master’s certificate in Environmental Health Sciences Research (Genetics) from Columbia University. I completed my Ph.D. in Natural Medicine with focus on integrating Complementary & Alternative Medicine in health care practice, research and education through Kingdom College of Natural Health and received certification of Ph.D. attainment and as a Natural Health Practitioner (Doctor of Natural Medicine) from Texas Chiropractic College's Post-Graduate Studies Division. Additionally, I hold certification as a doctor of natural medicine and as a certified holistic health practitioner. I also hold current practitioner membership with the American Holistic Health Association.
As a Practitioner of Natural Health I look forward to seeing clients who are interested in natural and holistic methods towards reaching and maintaining optimal wellness through drugless and non-invasive means. Given my expertise, I welcome the opportunity to assist clients in utilizing alternative, holistic health methods to support optimal human physiology (function), which therefore promotes the body's natural ability to heal.