Thursday April 27th 2017 - NFP Westboro
Sylva Sheridan CNP & Hannah Rauhanen CNP
Coconut oil is the rage these days! Many people seem to use it everywhere and swear by it, but why? Coconut oil is one of the richest sources of saturated fats. Although these fats have been given a bad name over the years, recent research shows that they nothing to fear!
Join us and Learn:
- The nutritional and therapeutic benefits of coconut oil
- Ideas and recipes to help you incorporate coconut oil into your daily life
- A great recipe to boost your energy during that 2PM slump
- Incredible ways that coconut oil can enrich your daily life
One lucky winner will receive a Gift Certificate for the Institute of Holistic Nutrition Student Clinic!
Sylva is a graduate of the Institute of Holistic Nutrition where he is currently employed as the Administrative and Student Clinic Coordinator and Program Advisor. As Sylva journeyed through the program, he became increasingly interested in the field of pediatric nutrition, specifically childhood respiratory care. Sylva found this passion after seeing some tiny humans in his life go through health challenges and has the ambition to become a specialist in this field. Sylva has been an active speaker in the community. He has given lectures at Whole Foods, the National Women’s Show, the Ottawa Health and Wellness Expo, and Live the Smart Way.
Hannah is a Certified Nutritional Practitioner who graduated from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition. She combines her personal experience with her nutrition expertise to educate and empower individuals to live their healthiest life. In Hannah’s practice she provides private consultations where she works with individuals to elevate their health through personalized protocols that incorporate whole foods, natural supplements and lifestyle practices. She delivers seminars and workshops to various groups on a variety of health topics. She also offers menu development services where she works with clients to create nutritionally designed recipes that cater to specific dietary needs.