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Grains: Fact and Fiction

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Grains provide a startling array of vitamins and minerals, and are an essential part of a healthy diet. In China, grains such as rice are a diet staple; in fact the cooking of rice is the basis for the character Qi. As health care providers, it is our role to decipher between what is fact and fiction when it comes to grains and pass on this wisdom to those we care for. This course is available for continuing education credit for California, Florida, and NCCAOM. If you need us to report to CE Broker (Florida) please email us: info@grasshoppereducation.com.


Instructor Bio

Dr. Tara Kulikov, DACM, L.Ac.

Over 20 years of experience in the health and wellness industry National and California State Board Certified Acupuncturists and Traditional Chinese Medical Doctor Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Master of Arts Kinesiology: Exercise Science with a focus in nutrition and metabolism Certified in Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation Advanced training in Microneedling for aesthetics and skin disorders Nutrition and wellness author and educator for other health care professionals Lifestyle and wellness consultant to professional and recreational athletes as well as general health Extensive experience working in fitness including working with USA Track and Field, USA Olympic Lifting, USA Triathlon, taught college level courses in Tai Chi and Pilates Experience with working in-house in medical spas, eating disorder clinics, weight-loss clinics, hospitals, and USA Olympic Training Centers Advanced nutrition training in autoimmune conditions, immune compromised conditions, food allergies, gastro-intestinal disorders, mental dysfunction disorders, and sports nutrition Professor at Pacific College of Health Sciences-Doctorate level courses Grasshopper asks Tara: What is your favorite Chinese herb? My favorite herb is ginger. It is great for sports injuries - it is warming, circulating, easy to use, and tastes great.