ClassesEducational Health Topics
Our purpose is to create a healthy community made up of healthy individuals who have taken control of their health and achieved physical and mental well-being without drugs or surgery.
An essential component of our Nutritional Total Health Restoration program is the education on how to achieve real health. With so much contradictory nutritional information available and as much completely false information it sometimes seems impossible for the average person to sort out what is most vital and critical to achieving their health goals.
That is why we offer these free classes to our patients and friends. If you are interested in having one of these topics given remotely, just let us know!
20 FEB 2018, 7:00 PM
You’ve read the success stories, seen the before and after pictures, and heard how fast and easy it was to eat the fat away. You ditched the grains and replaced every carb with avocado but you can’t seem to have the same results as everyone else. If you are frustrated, you are not alone!
Join Dr. Bensaid for this FREE class to learn how your body type and digestive health plays a role in how you lose weight and learn the correct way to keto!
28 FEB 2018, 7:00 PM
The NHCAA is excited to announce our Low-Carb Support Group. Doing keto? Paleo? Intermittent fasting? Carnivore? This is the group for advice and comradeship for anyone doing a low carb lifestyle!
The first meeting will take place at The NHCAA office on Thursday, February 28th at 7:00 PM.
Keep in mind this is zero commitment and zero cost! Show up when you can!
Dr. Schmidt will be present for the first meeting not to “run” the group, but to answer any questions that arise.
We are very excited to offer this to patients and non-patients! So bring a friend or partner if you would like!
6 MAR 2019, 7:00 PM
Learn the signs of thyroid dysfunction and what that means for your overall health. You will leave knowing what natural steps can take to heal your thyroid and to keep it healthy over the long term.
Learn why blood work and laboratory tests often miss thyroid issues because thyroid levels shift and change quickly.