Are you a Wildly Successful Health Counselor?

 As many of you know, I am a scientist by background, but making complicated science accessible to others is my passion!  I provide clinical education for wellness practitioners to help them to create wildly-satisfied patients and clients.  My expertise is presenting complex biochemical and medical concepts in a way that’s easy to understand and put into practice.  Whether you’re an RN, NP, LMT, PT, or CHHC, most of us could benefit from an easy-to-understand and practical review of biochemistry in a way that’s fun and full of clinical pearls you can apply right away.  When you satisfy a client, they remember you well.  But when you wildly satisfy a client, they tell everyone they know about you!  And that authentic word-of-mouth marketing will fill your practice to the brim.  I’ve had a full practice for years!  And immense joy in bringing relief and healing to so many lovely people.

It’s an exciting time for me as we gear up to kick off the next 2014 Wildly Successful Semesters in January.  Woohoo!  This year, we’ll feature clinical courses in myth-busting about Bone Density Myths & Truths, Heavy Metal Toxicity, and Asthma/Allergy Solutions, as well as our anchoring courses in Disease etiology, smart use of Supplements, and functional interpretation of Labwork.     Learn more here.


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This time of year, this is a weekly choice in my own home.  Rich, hearty, and satisfying.  Be sure to make a lot at once for an easy snack and side dishes the rest of the week.  For some extra crunch (and healthy fats!), top this with crushed, toasted walnuts. 4 Carrots (and/or parsnips) 2… Read More »


Tracy changed my relationship to food. Before Tracy, my eating was rarely thoughtful, and too often compulsive. But I didn’t like the visible outcome—being overweight—so I tried hard to battle compulsion with discipline. As a result, food often felt dangerous, like an enemy ready to ambush me whenever I let down my guard. After Tracy, I feel (mostly) at peace with my relationship to food. I certainly enjoy eating far more: I experience much more flavor, and am much more satisfied by what I eat. I rarely have that “I know I just ate by I still want more” compulsion. I also really enjoy the high level of health and vitality which for months now has become normative. Oh, and one other thing, I do kind of like being 50 pounds lighter!

Tim Weinhold
Marlborough, MA