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Healthy longevity approach in health coaching

March 31, 2022
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Would you like to advance your career in longevity, the fastest growing trend in healthcare? Learn more about how health coaches can promote healthy aging and longevity!

Participate at our webinar hosted by Erik Nelson, an experienced health coach, and HealthyLongevity.guide scientific board member and medical advisor.

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Erik Nelson

Medical Advisor

Erik has been involved with a fast growing start up company called Wild Health since they started in 2019. Since then, he has gained expertise in various aspects of Personalized Genomic Health from diet to exercise, sleep and stress, brain health, vascular health, and longevity-based medicine. During this time, he held various roles that include health coaching, content identification & generation, provider training, and education. Seeing how impactful this medicine is and how few people have access to it, he wants to help. The next phase of his career is entirely devoted to helping clinicians and providers provide quality education to their patients with the end goal of improving health worldwide. His previous work experience includes working at Mayo Clinic in the Neuro ICU, personal training, and social work with at-risk youth. The commonality amongst all of these careers is a passion to help others improve their lives.

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Erik Nelson

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Olena Mokshyna, PhD.

Researcher & Content Curator

Olena is a computational chemist with 7+ years of research experience, an avid problem solver, and a scientific communication enthusiast. She has previously worked in research institutes across Europe on a variety of topics ranging from the design of novel electrolytes to the exploration of protein-protein interactions and drug design. Keen on facilitating communication between fields through scientific writing Olena is responsible for crunching the latest scientific research on longevity and distilling it into the content at HealthyLongevity.guide.

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Olena Mokshyna, PhD.

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Ehab Naim, MBA.

Researcher & Medical Writer

Ehab is a passionate Medical Writer with 5+ years of experience in the field of Medical Communications in the EMEA region and North America. His experience extends to working with the top 30 international pharmaceutical companies, where he provided support within the Medical and Marketing domains of these firms. Ehab has accumulated experience in 120+ pharmaceutical products across 14 different therapeutic areas. He is passionate about advancing his knowledge and is always keen to develop his skills. He now contributes to Healthy Longevity Guide as part of the Content Management team.

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Ehab Naim, MBA.

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Webinar topics & What you will learn

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What are the main problems facing an aging population?

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What lesson can health coaches learn from longevity Blue Zones?

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Longevity approach strategies you can start implementing right now

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Sign up for a free webinar and find out more about these topics

March 31, 2022
9:00 am
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45
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