Nora Health Coaching Programs
Seeing a need for those who are seeking more energy and a more active lifestyle, Tony and Anna created a program designed to provide easy access to information and education from trusted professionals. We know you’re faced with a lot of confusing, conflicting information about health, and want to help you navigate the maze of information so you can optimize your health.
We also know that conventional medicine, although necessary at times, may not be the whole answer for many people, and we’re here to help you understand other integrative, holistic approaches and options.
360 Health offers many levels of support including:
- Free live monthly Q&A presentations on a variety of topics
- Free master classes
- Mini courses
- 1:1 paid consultations
- Health packages including supplement discounts, lab work analysis/recommendations, comprehensive customized health report/plan
Monthly Q&A with Tony & Anna
We’re sharing our best tips to use good stress to your advantage, manage bad stress, and learn the difference between the two so you can live your best life!
Tony and Anna will answer your health questions in a live format. If you have a specific question on the call subject, you can also submit a question in advance in the question box with your registration.
You’ve probably been hearing more lately about the connection between your gut and your immune system. In fact, 70% of your immune system lives in your gut, which is why what we put in it is so important.
And if you’re part of the 77% of adults (according to KRC Research) looking for particular foods and products to support your immune system, we’re here to help.
Let’s start with what is your gut and what does it consist of. It’s home to thousands of different species of microorganisms including bacteria, fungi, viruses and other microbes. We call this your gut microbiome. Some bacteria are beneficial and others are associated with poorer health outcomes.
When your gut microbiome is healthy it includes a wide range of different beneficial bacteria and helps regulate your immune system so it can respond to injury or infection, but doesn’t attack healthy body tissue.