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Dr. Jenna Glenn

Dr. Jenna Glenn received her Bachelor of Science at Penn State University before attending National University, receiving her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2009. She worked in private practice following graduation, and later began a residency at NUHS in family practice. She earned both a Doctor of Naturopathic medicine degree and a Master’s in Advanced Clinical Practice from NUHS in 2012. Shortly after completing her residency program, Dr. Glenn was hired as a clinician in the NUHS Whole Health Center-Lombard. In July 2013, Dr. Glenn accepted the position of Dean of Lincoln College of Post-professional, Graduate and Continuing Education, where she strives to expand the range of graduate and continuing education programs in integrative medicine.

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How to Tell the Difference Between a Fad Diet and a Food Movement

Although definitions may vary slightly, what many can agree on as “fad diets” are when an individual nutritionally adheres to a set diet in order to lose weight in a brief period of time. This said diet usually lacks overall sustainability, long term health benefits, or focuses on any other aspect of health promotion like exercise. Food movements on the other hand take into consideration research and apply the principles to everyday life, making a sustainable change or changes for the betterment of life and health. The short term goals of both might be to lose weight, but the long term goal of a food movement is to create a healthy lifestyle.

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Wednesday, March 7, 2018