Don’t you wish you could easily sort through all the click-bait headlines, pseudoscience, and conspiracy theories to get real, credible health information that ACTUALLY helps people?

Is coffee good for us again?

You know there’s a lot of good information out there – but there are also a lot of contradictions – and that drives you crazy. You’re a health-savvy wellness professional and you want to keep up with the latest information so your clients trust you. You’re immersed in the industry, but you feel like you never have all the answers because there is so much new information out there. You don’t have the time to sort through the “black hole” of the internet, or read all of the studies to get the best answer.

Every time you see a new article claiming to have the answer you roll your eyes. You’re frustrated by the lack of consistent high-quality health information in the media and online. And you constantly get questions from your family, friends, colleagues, and clients that you don’t have the answers to. It makes you flustered and feel like less of an expert (does “imposter syndrome” come to mind?).

You want to feel confident in your information before you give advice, write that blog post, or share that news. You’re not sure whom to trust who knows and really understands the research, so you can continue learning from the right sources and be an expert.

You are careful with your image and brand. You want to build your authority using trustworthy sources so your audience will know that YOU are the expert and are willing to pay for your services. You need to know which websites are credible (and don’t use pseudoscience or conspiracy theories to get clicks and sales) so you don’t spend too much time away from your clients searching for credible research.

You’re excited to keep up-to-date with the latest most trustworthy health information so you can truly help people. You want to stand above the “dime a dozen” misinformed wellness “gurus” to become the “go-to” expert.

When someone asks you about their specific health goal or the latest headline THIS is how you find out!

These courses will help you find accurate research-based health information to build your expertise and confidence. You’ll learn exactly where to go and how to find the credible health information you are looking for… fast.

Sort through the click-bait headlines, pseudoscience, and conspiracy theories to get real, credible health information that ACTUALLY helps people with the

“How to do health research online”

and/or

“How to spot fake health news” courses

Here are some of the amazing results you’ll get from the courses:

  • Establish trust with your audience so they are willing to pay for your expertise,

  • Add credibility to your services by making research-based recommendations that will ACTUALLY improve their health,

  • Cut your research time by going straight to trusted sources instead of getting lost in the sea of online health (mis)information – your time is best spent with your clients.

The courses include

 

Lifetime Access to the Video Modules

…Take a sneak peek at some of the videos!

  • The “How to do health research online” course shows you exactly where to get answers for questions in three health topics: Health goals, nutrition and food, and supplements. Quickly research straight from credible sources. This is your “evergreen” reference guide you can use as your online textbook for the rest of your career.
  • The “Health news: Fake vs real” course looks at what fake news is, how it spreads, and how to keep and build your credibility with my five simple steps. Never be embarrassed that you shared BS again.

Links and Downloadable Resources

Since I’m all about credible references – you’d better believe I linked a bunch!

When I make a statement, just check the link and read my source for yourself. Plus, I created a list of 50+ reliable sources of health information for you to download and use when you get questions from family, friends, colleagues, and clients. You can even use them for your health blog, products, and programs. Refer back to them time and time again. (Same download for both courses.)

Get Your Questions Answered

You won’t be on your own like most other go-at-your-own-pace courses.

You can leave a comment or email me directly with your questions about the course content and I will reply. I might even create a blog post or other resource and add that to the course content. And, since you get lifetime access, you’ll get to see answers to everyone’s questions too!

How to do health research online

How to do health research online

Answer tough questions with these credible resources (and keep coming back to over and over)
$297 CAD

Video tutorials of the top sites to look up:

  • Health goals (e.g. What are the impacts of high blood sugar?)
  • Nutrition & Food (e.g. How much calcium is in almonds?)
  • Supplements (e.g. Who shouldn’t take melatonin?)
Health news fake vs real

Health news: Fake vs. real

Headline smell fishy? Here's how to tell if it's fake so you don't spread it.
$77 CAD

Video modules covering:

  • What is credibility (and how spreading fake news kills it)
  • How fake news spreads (and what makes it so spreadable)
  • 5 factors for credibility (including spotting fake news)

Are you ready to feel more confident that you’ve got the most accurate and research-backed health information out there?

Here’s how to get started

 

Step 1 – Pick your course (you can use the preview videos to help you decide) by clicking on the links below.
Step 2 – Make your payment by clicking the green “Order” button.
Step 3 – You’ll instantly get access to the course (and all future updates) and you can go through it at your own pace.

Any questions? Shoot me an email: leesa [at] leesaklich.com

How to do health research online

How to do health research online

Answer tough questions with these credible resources (that you can keep coming back to over and over)
$297 CAD

Video tutorials of the top sites to look up:

  • Health goals (e.g. What are the impacts of high blood sugar?)
  • Nutrition & Food (e.g. How much calcium is in almonds?)
  • Supplements (e.g. Who shouldn’t take melatonin?)
Health news fake vs real

Health news: Fake vs. real

Headline smell fishy? Here's how to tell if it's fake so you don't spread it.
$77 CAD

Video modules covering:

  • What is credibility (and how spreading fake news kills it)
  • How fake news spreads (and what makes it so spreadable)
  • 5 factors for credibility (including spotting fake news)

Here’s what people are saying:

“Great information, just what I have been searching for. I have been having trouble finishing articles because I am never sure I am finding the right evidence and research. This makes me feel so much more confident about the links and evidence I will be sharing. Thanks Leesa.”

~ Zoe

How to do health research online

How to do health research online

Answer tough questions with these credible resources
$297 CAD
Health news fake vs real

Health news: Fake vs. real

Headline smell fishy? Here's how to tell.
$77 CAD