What's Included

This program is designed to help you learn the nutrition strategies to prevent and manage chronic disease. It will cover key aspects of the Cardiometabolic Diet, created by the Institute for Functional Medicine, and begin to implement simple ways to help you manage or prevent chronic inflammation.

  • 6 lessons with videos, recipes, and tools to help you make changes to your nutrition and lifestyle that work for YOU and your health goals.

  • An extensive workbook that is your companion and guide throughout the program. It features foods to add in (and why), things to avoid, and gives clear, concrete ideas to help you along the way.

  • Recipe book jampacked with simple, delicious recipes that can help you reduce inflammation in your body

Course curriculum

  1. 1
    • Welcome Video

    • Syllabus + FAQs

    • Pre-Survey

  2. 2
    • Program Workbook

    • Program Recipes

  3. 3
    • Lesson: Let's Get Started

  4. 4
    • Lesson: What is inflammation and why do we care?

  5. 5
    • Lesson: Fats 101

    • How to: Healthy Fats

  6. 6
    • Lesson: Magnificent Micronutrients

    • How to: Micronutrients

  7. 7
    • Lesson: Balanced Blood Sugars

    • How to: Sweeteners - what to use, what to watch out for

  8. 8
    • Lesson: Choosing a supplement + what to consider for inflammation

  9. 9
    • That's a Wrap!

    • Post-Survey


Registered Dietitian

Megan Green

Megan is our nutrition aficionado and reads nutrition books for fun (for real). Professionally, she is a registered dietitian and has additional training through the Institute for Functional Medicine. With over eights years of experience as a dietitian, Megan is passionate about helping people achieve optimal health to feel their best through simple changes and a positive mindset around food. She has experience assisting clients in making nutrition changes to eat mindfully, improve gut health, weight and metabolic conditions, autoimmune disease, and more. Her clients think she is the sweetest person they ever met. After finishing dietetics school, Megan realized she still did not know how to cook. Since then, she has taken many cooking classes and has found fun in challenging herself to try something new in the kitchen—even when it doesn’t turn out! More recently, Megan has enjoyed learning how to golf and downhill ski.