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Applied Nutrition in Clinical Practice
Web: http://www.JoshGitalis.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoshGitalis Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/joshgitalisclinicalnutritionist Registration in this course includes: 10-hours of practice-relevant information Breakdown of the 7-step process Course slides Templates for important practice forms Over the course of 2 full-day sessions you will learn how to effectively put together a customized nutritional protocol using a 7-step process. The program features a personalized diet, therapeutic foods, lifestyle recommendations, and a therapeutic supplementation protocol. Throughout the course of the 2-day program we will focus on a 7-step process of addressing the most important issues and packaging the recommendations in an easy-to-follow program for optimal client compliance. Some of the topics covered will be: Appropriate communication during intake How to create the best intake questionnaire for your practice Information gathering Creating a follow-up protocol Effective and efficient research skills and resources Dietary and lifestyle design Designing templates for your practice/business use Functional client handouts The best supplement companies This 2-day program is a great opportunity to ask questions, develop your one-on-one consulting skills, and help you design your dream practice.
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Dethroning King Stomach (Fasting II)
http://mtncreekcoc.com This sermon was preached at the Mountain Creek Church of Christ in Chattanooga, TN. The sermon is the second lesson on fasting, following up on "Whenever You Fast." In "Dethroning King Stomach," we discuss the ways that Satan has used food to distract people from full devotion to God. For instance, Satan used food to tempt Adam and Eve to disobey in the Garden in Genesis 3. In Hebrews 12, we are warned not to be like Esau who traded his birthright for a single meal. Again, in Numbers 11, multitudes died because they put their lust for the food of Egypt ahead of the commitment to God. We also discuss how food is not the key to happiness, and being confused about that distracts us from understanding that true happiness comes only from God. In this way, fasting helps us place our spiritual devotion to God ahead of our physical needs and desires. It helps us appreciate and focus on the true source of all blessings.
Part 4 of 6 / Paleo Epistemology & Sociology / Richard Nikoley
Subscribe on Youtube: http://t21c.com/W5AZ1g Subscribe by e-mail: http://www.the21convention.com Follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/beachmuscles Speaker: Richard Nikoley Personal Biography from FreetheAnimal.com Born & raised in Reno, Nevada. I attended and graduated from a small, religious-oriented private high school. Went on to attend a first year of college at a religious-oriented school in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I have had no interest in religious matters whatsoever for more than 25 years and don't plan on doing so again. "Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution." - Theodosius Dobzhansky I Graduated Oregon State University in 1984 with a bachelor's in Business Administration and two minor courses of study in mathematics / computer science, and naval science. I was commissioned in the US Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) immediately upon graduation from OSU. After some 8 months attending various schools in San Diego, CA, I traveled off to Yokosuka, Japan to join my first ship, the USS REEVES (CG-24), where I served from 1984-1987 as the Assistant Missiles Officer, First Lieutenant, and then finally, Electrical Officer. After those first three years in Japan, I crossed the pier for another two years, joining the U.S. SEVENTH FLEET embarked aboard USS BLUE RIDGE (LCC-19). From 1988-1989 I was both the Assistant Fleet Scheduling Officer and the Assistant Logistics Officer. I managed a fuel budget of $180 million. I left Japan after five years and headed to Monterey, California, where I was a student at the Defense Language Institute for the latter half of 1989. Upon successful completion of the French language course, I headed to Toulon, France, where from late 1989 -- early 1992 I took up duties an exchange officer with the French Navy: first aboard the FNS COLBERT (C 611), and later, the FNS DUQUESNE (D 603), both as the Navigator. I left the US Navy in 1992 and returned to the U.S., San Francisco Bay Area. After a few false starts in entrepreneurial endeavors, I started a company in my bedroom in the summer of 1993 that evolved into what is today, Provanta Corp. I still regularly harass a modest cabal of employees. Activity wise, I took up the sport of Hang-Gliding in 1996, and powered aircraft in 2005. Though I've soloed in the powered plane, I've yet to complete licensing requirements but plan too someday. I also fly sailplanes now and then. In 2011 I celebrated my 10 year anniversary with my wife, Beatrice. Visit Richard at http://FreetheAnimal.com Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/BxFJ/
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Implications of the Cross, Church of Christ Sermon
http://mountaincreekchurchofchrist.org "Implications of the Cross" is a sermon preached at the Mountain Creek Church of Christ in Chattanooga, TN. This sermon encourages us to fix our Jesus, the author and perfecter of faith. In doing so, we are struck by a few inescapable implications from the Jesus giving his life on the cross. Heb 12:1-3 let us also lay aside every encumbrance and the sin which so easily entangles us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, 2 fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of faith, who for the joy set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. 3 For consider Him who has endured such hostility by sinners against Himself, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart. Consider him -- the conclusions we must draw his death They are very powerful I. Man's Guilt A. You must not think of yourself as deserving 1. 9 all under sin 2. 10 none righteous 3. 11 none who seeks for God 4. 12 none who does good 5. 23 all have sinned and fall short of the glory B. To think of yourself as deserving implies Christ's sacrifice unnecessary 1. Denies the horror of sin -- downplays it a. Keeps you from dealing w/ it C. Degree of punishment highlights weight of wrong II. God's Love and Righteousness A. Rom 5:8 But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. 1. 1 John 4:9-10 By this the love of God was manifested in us, that God has sent His only begotten Son into the world so that we might live through Him. 10 In this is love, not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son to be the propitiation for our sins. B. 26 demonstrates his righteousness 1. Contrasts w/ our guilt 2. 26 just and the justifier 25 propitiation 3. Hilasterion -- appease, assuage anger, atone for, balance out a. God remains God of justice and forgives b. He is both merciful, just, and consistent III. Christian's Justification A. 24 justified as gift by grace 1. Can't earn it or deserve it B. 27 boasting is excluded 1. Can't do it yourself or take credit C. 30 through faith 1. Not for the faithless 2. Faith distinguishes saved from lost D. Romans 8:32-39
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Car Dealer Fixed Ops Marketing|Auto Dealer Website Service Marketing
http://www.dealeron.com/webinar/events/7-proven-strategies-to-double-your-fixed-ops-profit/ In the US, the Service, Parts and Accessories marketplace is a staggering $300 BILLION per year! Sadly, the majority of that money goes to national service brands like Jiffy Lube and Pep Boys leaving little for Dealerships. Ironically, most dealers enjoy 50% of their overall profit from their Service department yet do absolutely nothing to promote that profit center online. Can you imagine what kind of profits a dealership would receive if they actually marketed their Fixed Operations department properly? This 1 hour webinar is going to give dealers a Fixed Operations marketing roadmap, incorporating the 7 most important strategies a dealer can implement immediately to dramatically increase online results for their Service Department. This is a can't miss video for anyone who wants to start getting a larger share of this $300 Billion industry. Presenter: Jeff Clark Jeff Clark is the Executive Vice President of Business Development at DealerOn. With over 17 years of strong sales and revenue growth experience, Jeff knows what it takes for a company to succeed. Previously, Jeff helped position Dealer.com in the online digital marketing arena as their National Director of Search Engine Marketing. Since then he has been instrumental in DealerOn being named to Inc. Magazine's 2011 List of 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies. As the importance of the Internet has grown over the past decade, Jeff has become an expert in the area of online digital marketing, including all aspects of managing an online digital presence. Jeff Clark is an active public speaker and blogger and can be found on numerous Automotive networking sites.
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Breast Lift Franklin/Nashville/Chattanooga Tennessee SPAIR Amy Ortega MD
http://www.franklinplasticsurgery.net/plastic-surgery-nashville-procedures/breast-enhancement-nashville-tn Breast Lift Nashville TN - Franklin Plastic Surgery 100 Covey Dr Ste 207 Franklin TN 37064 (615) 468-0100 Breast Lift Franklin/Nashville/Chattanooga Tennessee: SPAIR Mastopexy Plastic Surgery by Nashville plastic surgeon Dr Amy Ortega, female plastic surgeon with offices in Franklin. The SPAIR short scar breast lift/reduction can restore a youthful appearance to the breast after pregnancy, weight changes, and aging with minimal scarring compared to traditional methods. Dr. Amy Ortega is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and specialty trained in breast surgery as well as cosmetic surgery and oculoplastic (eyelids) surgery. At our Nashville area office in Franklin, Amy Ortega MD offers cosmetic plastic surgery procedures such as breast lift/mastopexy, breast reduction, breast augmentation/implants, tummy tuck/abdominoplasty, liposuction, body contouring, body lift, surgery after massive weight loss (bariatric), breast reduction, facelift, necklift, and eye lift/blepharoplasty. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ozwPJPQjiA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6WZJj0Z1gg http://maps.google.com/maps/place?cid=3084900967206211683&q=&hl=en&gl=us&ved=0CE0QxgdIAQ&sa=X&ei=pRSaT9XJHqPuzATIhbWfAw http://maps.google.com/maps/place?cid=7240409969434513986&q=&hl=en&gl=us&ved=0CEcQxgdIAQ&sa=X&ei=thSaT5leiuLJBPDb7a8N
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