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Although this simple pasta dish requires a bit of ingredients, it’s certainly worth. Ripe, late-summer tomatoes are juicy and delicious in this pasta dish, with no seeding or peeling necessary. It was really tasty and not heavy at all. The added basil really pops, enhancing the flavor. This basic pasta only took 40 minutes from start to table. To make this fast, slice onion, chop tomatoes and trim green beans while the pasta is cooking.
Many of us have a very specific idea of what a Health Coach looks like. We imagine them as fairly young, attractive, fit, healthy, and happy. If it were any other way, would they still be in a position to guide others on the path to wellness?
While it’s certainly true that Health Coaches should walk the walk when it comes to having a healthy lifestyle, there’s more to the story. Not all Health Coaches started out in peak physical condition, knowing the nutritional benefits of kale or how to best motivate others. In fact, many of Integrative Nutrition’s students enroll with the primary goal of addressing their own health concerns.