An East-West Nutritional Assessment Based on the 7 Systems of Health: A General Primer with Dr. Deanna Minich, PhD

  Color can change lives; it influences us, it can change our feelings and may even change our behavior. Dr. Deanna Minich has created a set of 7 colorful systems, "The 7 Systems of Health", so we may "Think in color, eat in color and live in color"! Dr. Minich integrates Eastern traditions and Western read more...

In Search of the Right Ingredients for Nutritional Balance with Gail Kincaid (NC Graduate 2017)

https://youtu.be/jGp1kkBMev0 After working for a major corporation for over 30 years, Gail Kincaid (Hawthorn NC program graduate 2017) decided to pursue her passion and return to school to study nutrition. Inspired by family members who suffer from chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, kidney failure, kidney disease, hypertension and heart disease, Gail started creating a cookbook, read more...

Stephanie Buck

Congratulations to Stephanie Buck for graduating Summa Cum Laude from the Master of Science in Holistic Nutrition program. Stephanie also holds a Master of Art in International Policy and Commerce from George Mason University. After overcoming pregnancy difficulties, she switched from a career in the defense industry to focus on women's wellness. She entered Hawthorn read more...

Botanical Antivirals (Part Two) with David Crow, L.Ac.

https://youtu.be/UCFi3zHPoV0 When carefully used some of the strongest antiviral herbs (those that contain berberine and other alkaloids) can be as effective or more so than antiviral drugs, and in some cases are gaining recognition as being able to inhibit and eradicate multidrug resistance strains of microbes. Hawthorn University welcomes back David Crow, L.Ac., who continues read more...

Insomnia Fix – Part 2: Obesity and Sleep Deprivation by Tamara Hoerner

Have you ever sat on the couch, in the middle of the night, watching late night infomercials or old movies, while munching on potato chips because you can’t sleep? Most people can relate to this image to some degree. Insomnia and late night eating go hand in hand and are quite common. Unfortunately, coping with read more…

Barbara Heiz

Congratulations to Barbara Heiz for attaining the Summa Cum Laude designation upon her graduation from the Master of Science in Holistic Nutrition program. Barbara also holds a bachelor's degree in International Management. Her early experiences led her to the understanding that although doctors are important to assist people to heal, a clean diet can help read more...

Sarah Kostusiak

Congratulations to Sarah Kostusiak for attaining the Summa Cum Laude designation upon her graduation from the Master of Science in Health and Nutrition Education program. Sarah holds a Bachelor of Sciences in Education for the Hearing Impaired from Ball State University. She also holds multiple health coach certifications from Dr. Sears Wellness Institute, the Primal read more...

Kerrian White

Congratulations to Kerrian White for graduating Magna Cum Laude from the Nutrition Consultant program. Her nutritional experience started when she worked as a mammographer and involved women with breast cancers. Her love for nutrition led her to further her education in science-based studies at Hawthorn. Kerrian’s post-graduate plans involve advising individuals and families how to read more...

How to Master Media in the 21st Century to Grow Your Business in Nutrition with Traci D. Mitchell (MHNE Graduate 2015)

https://youtu.be/K1OGbtUl4Fo Learn how to use media and technology to grow your nutrition business with no experience necessary! Hawthorn MHNE program graduate (2015) Traci D. Mitchell explains how she built her practice from a blog with no following into a business that’s resulted in a nationally best-selling book and practice built around clients seeking nutrition and read more...

Botanical Antivirals (Part One) with David Crow, L.Ac.

https://youtu.be/VQkdcGIs8r4 Botanical antivirals are not necessarily rare species known only to herbalists. Some of the most potent compounds are found in common culinary herbs and spices. Knowing how to use these plants in your diet for protection against viral infections is only the beginning of utilizing their powers. Hawthorn University welcomes back David Crow, L.Ac., read more...