RICH FOOD, POOR FOOD – It is time to improve food quality!

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eFitFamily with Angela Firkins welcomes Mira Calton, CN, and Jayson Calton, PhD, co-authors of a soon-to-be-released book RICH FOOD, POOR FOOD, to talk about their second book which is the ultimate Grocery Purchasing System (GPS). This is an easy to use guide to finding the most micronutrient rich foods with the least harmful ingredients.

Mira Calton, CN, FAAIM, DCCN, CMS,CPFC, BCIH is a Licensed Certified Nutritionist, a Fellow of the American Association of Integrative Medicine, a Diplomate of the College of Clinical Nutrition, a Certified Personal Fitness Chef and is Board Certified in Integrative Health. She holds a Diploma in Comprehensive Nutrition from Huntington College of Health Sciences, has completed the Yale University School of Medicine’s OWCH (Online Weight Management Counseling for Healthcare Providers) program, and currently sits on the American Board of Integrative Health. Mira’s interest in nutrition came after having been diagnosed at the age of thirty with advanced osteoporosis. Working with her husband Dr. Jayson Calton to become micronutrient sufficient, Mira reversed her condition, they now work together to inspire others to do the same.

Jayson B. Calton, PhD, FAAIM, DCCN, CMS, CISSN, BCIH, ROHP is a Fellow of the American Association of Integrative Medicine, a Diplomate of the College of Clinical Nutrition, and is Board Certified in Integrative Health and Sports Nutrition. He has worked with thousands of international clients over the last 20 years to improve their health through his unique nutritional and lifestyle therapies. He has completed post-doctoral continuing medical education at Harvard Medical School, Cornell University, and Yale University School of Medicine, and sits on the Board of Directors for the American Holistic Health Association (AHHA) and the American Board of Integrative Health (ABIH).  

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