Media Appearances

with Move Fully Nourished

We are passionate about spreading research-based nutrition information in my community and actively enjoy spreading holistic messages in the media. Our team is adamant about the power that movement and proper nourishment has on our minds and bodies and we are always eager to share that message. We invite you to check out some of our media appearances below!

If you are interested in booking one of our coaches for a media or speaking appearance, please contact us at Ashley@MoveFullyNourished.com .

Community Kitchen at Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital

“Dressed Up Vegetables”

Learn how to make raw avocado kale salad and early summer vegetable blanch/sauté with Northwestern Medicine dietitian, Ashley Anderson, RDN, LDN, CPT, Pn1, and Delnor Healthy Culinary Coordinator Peggi Semmens, in the Community Kitchen at Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital.

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“Walnut-Crusted Salmon and Kale Salad”

Learn how to make walnut-crusted salmon and a rainbow quinoa kale salad with Northwestern Medicine dietitian, Ashley Anderson, RDN, LDN, CPT, MS, Pn1, and Delnor Healthy Culinary Coordinator Peggi Semmens, in the Community Kitchen at Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital.

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5 Part Video Series with Dr. Connor LaVallie of Greater Good Chiropractic

PostureFit

15 Minute Full Body Workout

Follow along with Ashley Anderson as she takes you through a quick, full body workout that is suitable for all fitness levels.

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ci Living TV on WCIA

“Top FIVE ways to Stay Healthy after
Daylight Saving Time Ends!”

Ashley Anderson, MS, RDN, LDN, CPT, Pn1 shares her Top FIVE ways to Stay Healthy after Daylight Saving Time Ends! –Let’s put the light back into your day!

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Working with Kinex Fitness Studio

Creating an exercise program to become more fit,
AND enhance health.

Masters Thesis in the School of Health Studies

 Excessive sitting time is a risk factor for type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, obesity, and premature mortality and is prevalent in office-based workplace settings.  The objective of this pre/post quasiexperimental study (Standpoints!) was to evaluate the impact of a multicomponent workplace intervention on office employees’ percentage of sitting time. “