CAT | Nutrition
Staffing needs obviously depend on the range of your service. If you plan to offer a full-service nutrition program, consider dedicating someone at least part time to oversee the program. Hiring a registered dietitian, which can be costly, is not crucial. (more…)
Depending on the scope of the program, start-up costs can range from $100 for a basic software program to upwards of $10,000 if hardware needs to be purchased and/or certification costs are involved. Most software programs are Windows-based and require a personal computer with 4 megabytes of available RAM. (more…)
And the fact that these programs do retain members can add a lot to your bottom line, according to Neil Spruce, president of Apex Fitness, a software company based in Westlake Village, Calif. “Renewal is the most important result you’re going to see from implementing this type of system. (more…)
Nutrition software can add value to your membership and to your bottom line.
Consumers, as a whole, are an odd bunch. While they like convenience and automation, they crave individualized attention. And while they long to be taken care of, they want to be educated about how to take care of themselves. (more…)
Tonics are selected individually for support of specific body systems or organs which are weakened or at risk for disease. One or two tonics are sufficient during wellness, up to four may be taken during times of instability. Most tonics are generally safe but some caution is advised. (more…)
In the Wise Woman Tradition the rule of “simples” means to partake of Mother Earth’s abundance and variety as nourishment, in the simplest, most natural forms provided. Eating is the first line of defense against disease and dysfunction. There are many nourishing plants in our everyday world, those we think of as food plants and those we don’t. Some we even think of as pesky weeds. (more…)