About the Author

Jami Cooley, RN, CNWC

Jami Cooley is a Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant as well as a Registered Nurse, but her interest in integrative medicine grew out of her experience in conventional medicine.

Cooley began her nursing education with a strong desire to make a difference in other people’s lives. She decided that helping people who were struggling with cancer would be the ultimate expression of her passion, her training and her skill. So she became a Registered Nurse with certification in Chemotherapy and Biotherapy received at M.D. Anderson Hospital in Houston.

Her early career involved work as an Oncology/ Hematology Floor Nurse in a large Dallas hospital and then work as a clinic-based Chemotherapy Infusion Nurse. But in this role she soon realized her dream of helping people get well and feel better was falling far short. So she began studying the diet-link to cancer, as well as the role of nutrition in various other chronic illnesses. She became a Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant and became a member of the American Fitness Professionals Association and the American Nutrition Association. She began working as a medical researcher and writer and has co-authored two books, Eating Your Way to Good Health and The Fungus Link: Volume 3.

Cooley provides nutritional counseling for individuals who want to gain energy, lose weight, or just start to feel better. And now she uses that medical training and experience as well as her passion for natural healing protocols to help readers find solutions to their chronic health challenges.

Articles by Jami Cooley, RN, CNWC

Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms You Can Identify

Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms Vitamin D deficiency symptoms have been linked to numerous health problems, including heart disease, depression, and even cancer.[1] Here are 10 signs you're not getting enough vitamin D: Depression or anxiety Bone softening (low bone density) or fractures Fatigue and generalized weakness Muscle cramps and weakness … Read More

Your Food Choices May Contribute to Depression Symptoms

According to the World Health Organization, depression affects more than 350 million people of all ages and often leads to such diseases such as heart disease, high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes, or Alzheimer’s. Could what you eat be the first step in this vicious downward spiral? Sometimes, people mistake depression symptoms … Read More

Why Is Sugar Bad for You?

Osteoporosis poses a disease threat that is greater than that of both hypertension (high blood pressure) and breast cancer, according to the World Health Organization. Yet this insidious and debilitating bone disease rarely gets the attention it deserves. Nonetheless, deterioration of the bones and increased risk of fractures is a … Read More
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