TACA Wisconsin holds Coffee Talks throughout the year. Our Coffee Talks provide settings where families can informally network, share resources and speak with seasoned parents.
Saturday, February 9
The In & Out of Supplements & Reading Labels
12:00 - 2:00 PM
Total Health Nutrition Center
3800 S. Moorland Rd.
New Berlin, WI 53151
Have you looked at multiple brands and asked yourself what to buy? Have you ever wanted to tour a health food store and ask how to read labels? Supplements and food labels can be so confusing. We will discuss what to look for in supplements and how to read food labels. Free Journey Guides available to new attending families. RSVP so we can save you a spot!
Sonja Hintz RN, BSN has extensive clinical experience having worked as a nurse for 30 years in both the mainstream medical and the complimentary medical approach to treatment. With her son, Alex’s diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder over eighteen years ago, Sonja was compelled to reevaluate her beliefs and knowledge in traditional medicine. Through the use of therapeutic dietary intervention, biomedical treatments and other integrative therapies, Alex made a recovery. Sonja Hintz writes and lectures about biomedical treatment for children with autism. She and her son both authored a chapter in the book titled Vaccine Epidemic. She has lectured in both the United States and Canada about medical care for children diagnosed with autism. Sonja is a graduate of Marquette University with a Bachelor’s of Science in nursing, and has worked in various capacities with children who have disabilities since she was an adolescent. She is well versed in addressing health conditions for any age using holistic therapies. She is familiar with using essential oils, herbal products, vitamins and diet to improve the health of her patients. Currently she is seeing patients at Total Health Nutrition Center.
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