Laurie Chocholous NTP, NTC, CM

Founder at Nourished Pure, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner NTP

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Highlights

  • Like most Americans, Laurie grew up eating the S.A.D. (Standard American Diet), which resulted in nutrient deficiencies in her body. She battled with migraine headaches for a great part of her life.
  • She found no help in conventional medicine. Digging into nutritional research with a single-minded zeal, she became determined to find an answer.
  • Cleaning up her diet, cutting out sugar, choosing organic foods, and detoxing became her protocol. Laurie also jumped back into a regular exercise routine. She added supplements to bridge gaps in her diet. She balanced stress in her life. Voila! The headaches disappeared and as a bonus, she discovered her wellness passion!

Experience

Laurie is the Founder of her online business, Nourished Pure. She is a writer, presenter, and an anti-sugar campaigner. Laurie is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner NTP, NTC, CM, graduate of the Nutritional Therapy Association and consecutive term Course Mentor for the Nutritional Therapy Association. She is a wellness Content Writer. Laurie is a member of the Weston A.Price Foundation, an avid online health researcher, blogger, and a long time Zumba enthusiast! You can learn more about Laurie and her work over at her website, Nourished Pure http://nourishedpure.com and find her wellness postings on Facebook and Twitter under Nourished Pure. When she's not working, you'll find her in the kitchen whipping up a new recipe or two.

Education

Laurie attended the University of Wisconsin. She is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner NTP, NTC, CM, graduate of the Nutritional Therapy Association. Laurie keeps up with current health trends by attending continuing education conferences, seminars, and regularly seeks out new developments in the field of functional nutrition.

A Word from Author

You can find many of Laurie’s original research and periodicals at her website, NourishedPure.com. Other printed work is online, hosted in various wellness publications. Most recently, she is busy writing her first book about the dangers of sugar and why she is a passionate, anti-sugar campaigner.