To promote self-sufficiency through education
and eliminate the victimhood promoted by medicine
Nutritionist Dian Freeman and staff nutritionists, LuAnn Peters and Brenda Woodruff, of Dian's Wellness Simplified in Morristown, NJ, offer private nutritional consultations leading to personalized diet and supplement protocols. Dian also offers a series of classes that include: interpreting signs and symptoms, face and tongue reading, interpreting medical blood tests naturally, keeping a natural medicine chest, emergency preparedness and many others. Dian also teaches - twice a year - a twelve-class, six-month nutritional certification course in preparation for the national Certified Nutritional Counselor (CNC) exam. Many students take the course to begin a career in health and healing, others for personal use. Also, to address energetic and vibrational healing, Dian offers Ondamed biofeedback sessions, crystal and energy healing plus appointments with LuAnn to determine one's personalized formula combining various Bach flower remedies.
It is our intent to guide others towards a new "norm" in healthcare and to mentor them as long as needed. Many medical methods, pharmaceutical paradigms and surgical solutions only serve to mask health problems with therapies designed to insure doctor dependency. These treatments often do not address the causes of ill health or premature aging. The human body was designed to repair itself and given the right natural tools it can do so, even under today's adverse conditions.
By using modern scientific studies, historical therapies, traditional remedies and energy medicine we hope to educate others to the dangers of being guided by medical and chemical solutions and toward greater knowledge of how their bodies' work and how to self-repair. Through the exposure of how the practices and products of the medical, pharmaceutical and food industries often sabotage common sense efforts toward healthy living, we hope to empower others, through education, to make better decisions about maintaining their own health and well being.
"Informed consent can be effectively exercised only
if the patient possesses enough information
to enable an intelligent choice"
Brenda and LuAnn in Crystal Healing room 2010
About Dian Freeman
Dian's interest in studying and practicing traditional healing arts began in the nineteen seventies. In the early nineteen nineties she contracted an illness that was misdiagnosed by medical doctors for years. By the time the correct medical treatment was initiated, her health had deteriorated dangerously and the conventional medical protocol only served to degrade her health to a life threatening degree.
At this point, she discontinued medical care to study holistic healing in earnest. Over time, by experimenting and initiating many holistic protocols, she did bring her illness under control and has managed it ever since. In doing so, she attended courses for credit in cities all over the United States to gain the knowledge to bring her good health back.
Those who knew her when she was ill and watched her transformation back to good health began asking her advice for themselves and their loved ones. Her good advice and personal attention has served them well. The referral list kept building and thus, led her to this new profession.
Today Dian shares her knowledge through lectures, workshops and private consultations. She considers it a success when her clients no longer need her but have learned from her how to maintain their own good health. She believes that the more one knows about one's own body, the more probable one will correctly maintain it, share what they learn with others and use it on their families.
"Good health habits can be contagious. We should
all learn how to keep our vital systems in balance
so that we might express our unique biological,
intellectual and emotional
gifts to the fullest."
Kerry and Diann
Dian, Bibi, Andie
Any information from Dian's Wellness Simplified is not intended to replace competent medical advice.
It is offered for educational purposes only.
All information is based solely on our research, opinion and/or experience and is not meant to be prescriptive.