Learning about environmental toxins can be time consuming, overwhelming and scary, but it certainly doesn’t have to be!

Raise your hand if you…

  • Know that toxins play a big role in the health issues your practice addresses
  • No longer want to feel like you “don’t know enough” about the role the environmental toxins play in chronic health issues your clients or patients have
  • Want to become a leader within your field as the go-to person for environmental health issues
  • Are intimidated by the research around toxins, but know in your bones this is too important to ignore
  • Want to feel confident in your ability to “talk toxins” to your audience in a way that’s engaging and empowering
  • Are passionate about toxins, but struggle to communicate in a clear and articulate manner that gets people taking action, instead of freaking out

Is your hand up? Then you’re in the right place:

WELCOME TO THE NERD HERD

I’m Lara Adler, an Environmental Toxins Expert & Educator, a Certified Holistic Health Coach, and someone who’s deeply passionate about changing the landscape of disease through addressing toxic exposures.

Since 2012, I’ve been on a mission to help allied health professionals professionals better support the clients & patients they serve by addressing exposures to environmental chemicals. I also guides my students on how to seamlessly integrate this topic into their practices and to leverage their education to distinguish themselves in their fields.

I’ve worked with thousands of practitioners in over 24 countries in my online programs to help them understand the links between chemicals in our daily lives and their links to chronic health conditions like metabolic disorders, thyroid disease, fertility, and behavioral problems in children.

Through my flagship course, Tools For Teaching Toxicity, I give health professionals like nutritionists, health coaches, ND’s, RN’s and chiropractors, as well as healthy-minded consumers a deep education on where these toxic exposures are happening, along with actionable steps to take.

The goal is action, not overwhelm.

My MIssion
My big mission is to encourage and empower enough individual people in the world to make changes in their own lives and demand change from industry so that industry has no choice but to respond by creating cleaner, safer products.

While we cannot address all exposures to harmful chemicals, we can significantly reduce exposures to many of the worst ones.

My work is devoted to helping people change the things they CAN control, so they worry less about the ones they can’t.

If you’re ready to be the leader your clients or patients need, and you’re ready to trade in feeling confused, anxious, & overwhelmed about environmental chemicals, for informed, confident, credible, and articulate, then start here.

Or, check out my blog, my favorite products, or ping me a message.

More about me…

I’m a Certified Holistic Health Coach and I am a self-educated Environmental Toxins Expert.

I’ve been a featured speaker on over a dozen Summits, dozens of podcasts, and appeared in a 9-Part Documentary Film Series viewed by millions around the world. I am a member of the American Holistic Health Association and founding member of the Health and Wellness BusinessAssociation.

I’ve attended lectures and symposiums presented by highly respected institutions like the New York Academy of Sciences, and the Mount Sinai Children’s Environmental Health Center and by many of the top names in Epigenetics, Hormone Disruption, and Environmental Health, on topics ranging from prenatal chemical exposures to environmental chemicals impact on the developing brain.

I read books on plastics, flame retardants, and water fluoridation for fun, and feel honored to share what I know with others, so they can make smarter, healthier choices.

I’m an east-coast girl who pulled up and moved west (hello, Portland, OR) after the wild call of mountains, desert, forests and rugged coastlines.

I live and breathe a low-tox lifestyle, and think it’s crazy that this is even a conversation we need to be having.

Matcha is my favorite kind of tea (latte style!).

I love it so much, I named my cat Matcha!

If I’m not teaching, researching, or writing, I’m out exploring the greener, and less populated places of my state; camping, hiking, & backpacking.

Let’s connect on Instagram (@environmentaltoxinsnerd), on Facebook, and in my courses!