Only 12% of Americans have optimal metabolic health which means the other 88% of us are suffering from some type of metabolic dysfunction. This may present itself as stubborn weight gain, belly fat, brain fog, disordered sleep, and increased risk for diabetes, heart disease, autoimmunity, Alzheimer’s and more.

The good news is you have the power to interrupt and reverse metabolic dysfunction via nutrition
and lifestyle intervention, even if you’ve been unsuccessful in the past.

This four-part series will help you: 

  • Understand that body function is a series of biochemical processes independent of will power, commitment, or failure.
  • Utilize nutrition as a powerful ally to move beyond a toxic “diet”  mindset for greater health, empowerment, and healing.
  • Discover and support your body’s unique nutritional and physiological needs to optimize your innate potential for health and healing.
  • Learn to think functionally about our health- to focus on the root  cause of our symptoms and not just the symptoms themselves.

Watch the video above to hear from Tina about the series as a whole and click on the buttons below to learn more and register for each session.
We look forward to seeing you there!

Register for Part 1


Thurs Nov 11 | 12 – 1 PM CDT
Virtual via Zoom

If you think you’ve got good metabolic health just because you see a “normal” weight on the scale, think again.

We’ll explore five critical factors that influence our Metabolic health: (blood sugar balance, triglycerides levels, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, blood pressure, and waist circumference), as well as practical strategies for supporting and improving our Metabolic health and longevity at a cellular level.

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Thurs Dec 9 | 12 – 1 PM CDT
Virtual via Zoom

Inflammation refers to your body’s process of fighting against things that harm it, such as infections, injuries, and toxins, in an attempt to heal itself. When something damages your cells, your body releases chemicals that trigger a response from your immune system.

Learn what you can do to mitigate the unwitting consequences you may be experiencing as a result of hidden inflammatory foods in your diet.

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Register for Part 3


Thurs Jan 13 | 12 – 1 PM CDT
Virtual via Zoom

Half of all American adults are diabetic or are insulin resistant (pre-diabetic) with increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes in the next five years. Fortunately, we don’t need to wait until we develop diabetes and/or obesity to do something to manage our blood sugar and insulin levels. Blood sugar balance is at the center of metabolic health.

Understanding the role of our hormone’s glucose, insulin, leptin, and ghrelin, helps us make informed choices about the quality and quantity of the foods we eat.

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Thurs Feb 10 | 12 – 1 PM CDT
Virtual via Zoom

We need sleep to rest and renew. In fact, our survival depends on our ability to sleep. Accumulating evidence also suggests that even short-term, partial sleep deprivation could pave the way for weight gain and other negative metabolic consequences.

We’ll explore how our food selection, meal timing, circadian rhythms, and stress impact our cortisol and strategies to help manage our levels for improved sleep, less stress, better sleep, focus, and energy.

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Meet your Nutrition Coach

Tina Sprinkle has been a leader in the health and wellness field for forty years, opening her first business, The Sweat Shop, in the mid-eighties. Building on her passion for movement and fitness, Tina went on to get certifications in Group Exercise, STOTT PILATES, Anti-Gravity Fitness Training, and Functional Nutrition.

Tina is currently pursuing a two-year certification at the Institute for Nutritional Endocrinology as she understands the challenge hormones present in finding lasting health and balance.

In addition to collaborating with clients one on one, Tina offers online nutrition courses, small group coaching, and wellness adventure retreats in the United States and abroad.