The 12 Steps to Wholesome Nutrition course is designed for people who would like to take charge of their own health by learning more about their best food and lifestyle choices.
So if you’re looking for another diet to blindly follow, please move along to the next item in your Google search list. If, however, you wish to learn a lot about nutrition, health and individuality, plus value self-empowerment so that you can make informed choices by the end of the course, come and join us….
Our book Wholesome Nutrition comes FREE with this course (except during periods when Udemy has discounted the course). If you are within metropolitan areas in South Africa, easily accessible by courier, you may receive a hard copy of the book. If you are outside of these areas, you will receive the e-book version.
- You simply need to be enthusiastic towards learning more about wholesome nutrition and healthy food choices for you. A little prior nutrition or food knowledge is useful but not essential.
- Improve your own health, choose food and lifestyle patterns more wisely, and understand how your body interacts with food.
Ian Craig BSc MSc INLPTA is a nutritional therapist, exercise physiologist, NLP practitioner and a lifestyle coach. He was a competitive middle-distance runner for 20 years and is now a more leisurely runner and cyclist. He runs a private nutrition practice in Johannesburg's Morningside Chiropractic Sports Injury Clinic, where he personalises nutrition and exercise strategies according to his client's genetic attributes and lifestyles. Ian also writes and he is the editor for the UK-based Functional Sports Nutrition magazine and he recently published his first book Wholesome Nutrition with co-author Rachel Jesson.
Rachel Jesson B.Phys.Ed (Hons) M.Phil. is a trained teacher, holding a Masters degree in sports science and psychology. Being an ex-South African triathlete, Rachel’s passion lies in food, health and physical fitness. Her current sporting interests are running and CrossFit.
Rachel is a health food specialist, with a primary focus on practical and extremely healthy meal and snack options for athletes, active people and those who simply want to be healthy. She is the co-author of Wholesome Nutrition and contributes regularly to the international publication Functional Sports Nutrition and is the co-founder of the 12 Steps to Wholesome Nutrition course.
Rachel insists that for health, we need to keep things simple. She takes inspiration from previous generations with regard to the preparation of wholesome food.