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Are you on a blood sugar roller coaster?

{use stat 40% to start off} {type 2 is an epidemic} {severe health ramifications when left unchecked} {let's take action to avoid future consequences. It all begins with foundational knowledge}

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Topics Tahlia will cover

You'll learn how to

Identify the early warning signs of blood sugar problems

Develop a practical tool kit to get blood sugar on the right track 

Understand how high blood sugar affects the entire body when not managed effectively

Interpret various key blood sugar metrics



2    Prevention and maintenance

  • Key metrics: types of lab tests, and how to interpret them

  • How to monitor sugar intake

  • Hidden sugars: foods (and food-like products) to avoid

  • Critical supplements and herbs used to modulate blood glucose

  • How and what to eat to support proper blood glucose management

    • Evaluate diets such as vegetarian, plant-based, keto, and intermittent fasting​

1    Signs and symptoms of blood sugar problems

  • Effects of high blood sugar in the body

  • Long-term ramifications of improperly managing blood sugar

Master the basics of blood sugar and its effect on our health




May 10, 2022

May 10-17

$175.50 CAD

Meet your instructor


Tahlia Sage

Tahlia Sage is the founder of Tahlia Sage Wellness and an instructor at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition.
Her coaching practice helps clients achieve their wellness goals by embracing functional foods and healthy lifestyle changes. Tahlia’s own health challenges and weight issues prompted her to pursue an education in nutritional science and holistic nutrition. Tahlia empowers her clients to regain balance with easy, concrete steps.

​To Tahlia, holistic nutrition is a way of using foods as nourishing messages to the body and communicating with our body's innate healing wisdom. "I want my clients to enjoy their health with confidence".  The field of holistic nutrition is based on an evidence-based scientific approach to support the body by providing the nutrients it needs to heal. A holistic nutritionist is a specialized wellness professional who helps clients improve their health using natural foods and products instead of treating isolated symptoms.

  • I work full-time. Do I have time to take this course?
    Yes, absolutely. This course was designed with working, busy professionals in mind. Tahlia will lead one, 2.5 hour-long Zoom session per week on Thursday evenings. Outside of that, expect curated readings and virtual events to meet your fellow peers. In total, you'll likely spend around 3-4 hours a week on this course.
  • Do I have to attend all of the live sessions in real-time?
    It's totally ok if you miss a session or two. We record every Zoom session and make it available for download in Canvas LMS at your convenience.
  • Tahlia is coaching me now, how is this any different?"
    This course isn't comprised of coaching sessions; it's designed to provide participants with a solid bedrock of knowledge in areas around immunity, vaccine detoxing, self-care, and reproductive health in the context of COVID-19.
  • Will I work with other students? Will I get feedback on my work?
    You won't work directly with other participants, but you will join in on asynchronous, text-based discussions (optional). These are great for learning from others' experiences. There will also be little quizzes throughout the course to help you retain information.
Eating Healthy Foods

The first offering starts May 10!

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