Linda Illingworth is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist specializing in functional nutrition with a food first approach to health. Currently, the Director of Nutrition at Lifewellness Institute Linda provides clinical care to patients and corporate wellness programming on topics including cardiovascular, cancer, and gastrointestinal health, diabetes, and vitamin supplementation. Linda has spent much of her career in wellness, working at world-renowned spas such as Cal-a-Vie Health Spa, Rancho La Puerta in Tecate, Mexico, and Rancho Valencia Resort and Spa in Rancho Santa Fe, California. With a soft spot for kids and dogs, Linda’s philanthropy includes Home Start preventing and treating child abuse, Blessings in a Backpack for underserved children, and fundraising for Kids Eat Right, Puppies Behind Bars and Second Chance Dog Rescue. Linda received her education from California State University Long Beach, completed her internship at St. Luke’s Hospital in Milwaukee, WI and continues to be a lifelong learner.
Managing Stress with Nutrition
What you choose to eat can improve your resilience and change your health, even in stressful circumstances.
- The global effects of stress on your health
- Nutrition for best brain function
- How to incorporate healthier habits to manage stress
Breaking Up With Sugar
Sugar is the most inflammatory compound we consume and is directly related to diabetes, obesity and heart disease.
- Learn how to sift through the hype
- Understand how carbs, sugar, and fake sugars affect the body
- Stock your kitchen to significantly reduce the sugar you consume
Maintaining a healthy diet while traveling is possible and it doesn’t take a ton of planning. Learn simple techniques to lose weight, lower your cholesterol and manage your health even with a hectic travel schedule.
- How extensive travel wrecks havoc with your health
- Simple nutrition plans to work into your travel day
- What to do to avoid chronic health problems from chronic travel
Interpreting Your Health Risk through Lab Results
Exactly how does your doctor determine good cholesterol levels? It’s to your advantage to take a closer look and get the information you really need to understand what you should be doing to improve your health.
- Learn what individual lab test are and optimal ranges
- What foods have the most impact on lab tests
- Healthy habits that will radically improve your results and health risk—and impress your doctor!
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