Which supplements actually work, and what are the risks?

There are lots of supplements out there – how do you know which ones really work, and what the risks are?

Which supplements actually work, and what are the risks?


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How this webinar will help you

Have you googled “curcumin uses” lately? Here’s what I found:

 

Google Search_ Cucumin Uses

Yup, almost half a million hits.

Some of those site are reputable – they’ve done research, and have varying degrees of good information.

Others are based on personal opinions, anecdotes and hearsay.

Some even have sensationalized information or fear-mongering. Personally, that’s NOT my style

So, how do you know which supplements have actually been shown to help reach those health goals?

How do you know if they’ve been approved for that use?

How do you know when they should NOT be used?

Most of all, how do you find the relevant information quickly using freely available, credible websites?


You are a holistic health professional who wants more confidence that your supplement recommendations have the science and regulatory approvals behind them.

 

That the supplements have been scientifically shown to help with your clients’ health goals. That they have been approved for those uses/purposes by Health Canada. And that they are not likely to pose a safety concern.

 

Click here for the replay of the webinar: “Which supplements actually work, and what are the risks?”


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In this free webinar, I show you how to quickly find the science behind supplements, as well as approved uses and risk information.

This webinar will show you how to quickly:

  • Search both the examine.com website and Health Canada’s Natural and Non-Prescription Health Directorate site for a particular supplement
  • Find out how much scientific evidence there is that a particular active ingredient will help reach certain health goals
  • Find the pre-approved uses, as well as the risk information for that active ingredient
  • Find out information about a specific product, such as its recommended dose and non-medicinal ingredients

What you can expect from this webinar:

I won’t tell you which supplements work, because that information is constantly being updated.  Instead I will show you how to find this out for yourself.

So, this webinar is not for you if you’re already a whiz at finding and sorting through the Examine.com and Health Canada’s NNHPD site.

This webinar does NOT cover:

  • How to find supplements based on your clients’ health goals or needs – this webinar assumes you already have an idea of which supplements you want to recommend
  • The different forms of each supplement “active ingredient” – we’ll cover, for example “magnesium”, but not the different forms of magnesium
  • Specific supplement brands
  • Multi-ingredient supplements
  • How to find or interpret the actual scientific studies behind different supplements

You will NOT receive a list of what works and what the risks are; instead you will be able to find the most up-to-date reliable information when you need it.


I am Leesa Klich, and I live at the intersection of science and holistic health.

I help holistic health professionals2


NOTE: Email opt-in is NOT required to watch this webinar or to download the handy comparison table, here is the direct link to the free webinar posted right here.  No strings attached!

However, if you’d like to receive a copy of the handy notes with screenshots and the steps covered in this webinar – you can sign up here:

Yes! I want the webinar notes!


What exactly is the science behind and approvals for curcumin?

Glad you asked!  In fact, you can check out the blog post right here.


Hope to see you at the webinar!  🙂


Leesa Klich is a science-based holistic nutritionist living at the intersection of science and holistic health (it’s really, really interesting here!) 🙂  At NutritionInteractions she helps holistic-minded people taking medications maximize the benefits of good nutrition.  She also helps holistic health professionals find and understand science-based health information.  She has a MSc in Toxicology and Nutrition, over a decade experience in drug/supplement safety, and is also a Registered Holistic Nutritionist. For a list of free health resources, click here.


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