Course Runs July 10 - July 31
Wednesdays @ 7PM ET

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Discover how to calm inflammation while living a well-nourished life.

Have you already adopted some anti-inflammatory eating habits, and now you’re looking for more ways to apply these principles to your life? 

Or, perhaps you’ve always been a little overwhelmed with the idea of making some of these diet and nutrition changes.

We’ve got an experience for you! 

This 4-Week course designed to beat inflammation will guide you through focused, cutting-edge information that you can implement in real time. We’ll cover critical topics like why the impact glycemic load of your food matters, the relationship between pain and food sensitivities, and culinary nutrition for anti-inflammatory eating. 

This knowledge is valuable, but it only has value if you can find a way to integrate what you need into your daily life. 

That’s why we offer four weeks of small group coaching as part of this course. Each week, you’ll join in on an interactive coaching call that’s designed to help you to implement what you’ve learned, hear from others who have already had success with similar goals, and gain the support that you need.  

“Take Care of Your Body. It’s the Only Place You Have to Live.”
-Jim Rohn

Why Focus On Inflammation? 

Although 'inflammation' often gets a bad rap, the truth is that we NEED a healthy dose of inflammatory responses for physical repair and a strong immune system. 

The trouble begins when our inflammatory pathways run amuck in the form of chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation left unchecked can impact your risk for disease, increase pain, and so much more.

When we get stuck in a state of low-grade inflammation we can experience things like: 

  • Body Pain
  • Feeling Tired All Of The Time
  • Frequent Infections
  • Low Mood

In this 4-week course and group coaching program, we'll dive into some of the known and suspected nutritional factors that play into inflammation and take a look at what you can do about it.



Did you know that certain foods contain the same compound as some over-the-counter pain relievers? Or that even one single meal has been shown to significantly change levels of blood inflammation markers?

The truth is that you have the power to make food and eating choices that will help your body to avoid excess inflammation and manage the inflammation that it does need to tackle. In our Anti-Inflammatory Eating Fundamentals course, we’ll show you how.



Why group coaching? No matter what your diet looks like now, a live weekly group coaching experience is designed to help you to sort through all of the information in our modules, to identify what makes the most sense for you to focus on & to become clear on the next steps that you want to take.

Are you ready to make small tweaks?
You can choose what seems most important to you.

Looking for more of an eating overhaul?
Group coaching, in addition to our community, offers valuable support for either.



The on-demand learning of this courses designed support you in deepening your understanding and exploring practical way to apply what you learn to your everyday life.

To help integrate what you learn, you'll receive:

  • Inspiring recipes that you can download and print
  • A curated list of audios & books
  • Carefully chosen links to resources that will inspire and educate.



You'll have an opportunity to share and connect during our live sessions. And you'll be able to join in on the online conversation directly within our platform.

The online community is where all of the discussions will happen outside of class. Plus, it's a safe and supportive space to share your insights, ask questions, and connect with others.


Sarah  Ferreira

Integrative Registered Dietitian

Sarah Ferreira

Sarah Ferreira is an Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Health and Wellness Coach. Sarah is dedicated both to the art and science of cutting-edge nutritional care and to the joyful use of food to nourish and support resilience.

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