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 About Dian Freeman
Certified in Clinical Nutrition, Master Holistic Health Counselor, MA, Doctoral Candidate at Drew University , Madison, NJ
Founder and teacher of  the nutrition school, Wellness Simplified, which has graduated over 800 students in over 15 years
With decades of clinical experience with thousands of clients
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.

In 2018 Dian will be completing in-class instruction at an  accredited University for her Doctorate in Medical Humanities at Drew University, Madison NJ.  She is writing as her Doctoratorial Dissertation a book to be published by a national publishing house. This book will cover her decades of holistic healing experiences with thousands of clients and students.

"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."
 Spotlight Article 2018 Featuring Dian Freeman
Published in NJ and PA Natural Awakenings Magazines

Dian Freeman
Dian's Wellness Simplified
September, 2018

Sometimes we meet people whose accomplishments are so vast and eclectic that it's hard to comprehend their total scope without referencing something visual, such as climbing a mountain or navigating stepping stones. Clinical Nutritionist Dian Freeman is one such person. From Texas to New Jersey, Freeman never saw a mountain she couldn't climb. She never turned away from stepping stones that appeared before her, even when she couldn't see where the path would end. In fact, traversing those stones taught her that often it's the unexpected side step that takes us where we need to go in our journey.

Freeman's early journey, while accomplished, seemed about as far away from nutrition as she could get. She worked as a designer of corporate parks and homes, which led to specializing in the art of putting the final jewelry on houses by stylizing walls, shelves and such. She was also an artist on canvas, painting in five different styles under five different names as she provided art to decorators and art galleries that ultimately wound up in corporate offices and collections. She also painted commissions, with some of her oversized canvases hanging high in the vaulted ceilings of homes in the Hamptons and New York.

During this time, however, Freeman was not well, physically. She went to traditional medical doctors and received what turned out to be a misdiagnosis, and her health didn't improve. She had questions about her health issues, and in pursuing answers, she ventured onto familiar stepping stones, beginning a path in her life that would become her life's work.

Through research and education, Freeman pursued knowledge of the human body-blood, cellular system, skeletal make up-and, most importantly, the interactions of good nutrition and its effects on various diseases. She explored how nutrition, when properly applied, works to prevent disease, improve health, strengthen the immune system and support the human body and mind. Most significantly, she discovered that her understanding was not in harmony with mainstream health care professionals.

As Freeman gained and applied knowledge, not only did her health improve, but she also found herself increasingly helping others that were in positions similar to hers - they were ill, and they weren't getting better. She became so busy helping others manage their health through private nutritional consultations that she found herself without the time to do much else. Freeman now counts more than 5,000 clients in her database.

In the 1980s, Freeman decided the best way to share her knowledge widely was through an educational business. This was way before the internet” recalls Freeman. I was seeking events to speak at and places where I could lecture. I spoke at spas, gyms, local PTA meetings-if someone would listen, I was talking nutrition.

Freeman also began teaching classes on nutrition, which organically led to creation of her own company, Wellness Simplified, and her Nutrition Certification Program, providing graduates with certification as a Certified Holistic Health Counselor. Freeman has graduated over 850 students, recently moving to a larger facility to accommodate demand. The courses invites those from all walks of life - mothers that want advanced knowledge to protect the health of their families, individuals seeking information for personal health conditions or desiring a new career path. Her course has included medical and naturopathic doctors, chiropractors, dentists, physical therapists, massage therapists and many others interested in holistic health.

Each year, Freeman conducts two, 6-month courses on nutrition. The next training course begins in October, and it will not be surprising if all 60 available seats are filled. More than a course in nutrition, her program teaches a way of life, a behavior change, self responsibility and a new awareness.

Even as she teaches others, Freeman continues down that stone path she discovered so many years ago, pursuing a doctorate in medical humanities at Drew University, in Madison, NJ. She also plans to teach art in Wellness Simplified's expanded classroom space as a form of stress relief and artful meditation.

 "Take care of yourself, understand the system of your body and plug into the principles of good health," advises Freeman. "The more I learned, the more I believe that nutrition is just pure common sense."

Clinical Nutritionist Dian Freeman teaches a nutritional certification course for the CHHC, Certified Holistic Health Counselor. She also teaches certifications in advanced nutrition and a teachers certification for those who are qualified to teach her courses. Dian holds seminars, lectures widely has a private nutritional consultation. Her offices and school, Wellness Simplified, are located in Morristown, NJ.
she may be reached at 973 267-4816 or by visiting WellnessSimplified.com.

Published in Six editions of Natural Awakenings, September 2018
Morris, CityBergen, Hunderton, CityHudson Counties, NJ plus Bucks County and Lehigh Valley, PA
by Staff Writers Joe Dunne, Kathy Tarbell and Melanie Rankin

  Our Philosophy:
To promote health self-sufficiency through education
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"
                                                        AMA, 1999

 About Accreditation to be a Nutritionist
or a Naturopathic Practitioner

There is no overall national governing body for certifying or licensing nutrition or naturopathy.  No privately attained certifications are recognized in this State, NJ, or nationally.  Which is a fact we wish to continue because when the State or the Nation gets involved, they set out criteria that all certified or licensed people must follow.  When this happens, the creative art of a practice goes out the window as all practices become standardized.  I encourage and teach creativity in the art of healing.  There are some States that license and certify nutritionists, but those licenses and certifications are given by, tested by and the criteria is determined by that State's requirements alone.

All people working as drug-less practitioners in holistic health are considered Naturopaths. Certifications and doctorates as nutritionist or naturopaths can be bought on-line by anyone taking an open-book test.  These un-trained folks are rarely successful. There is no association, American or otherwise, that is accredited in the fields of nutrition, holistic health, naturopathy or alternative care although several people have websites claiming to be credited authorities.  They accredit themselves.  As we know, anyone can purchase a website and claim anything they wish.  I will be opening my own such site to validate the certifications I award.  However, these certifications will be awarded only to those taught in-class by the people I have trained to teach.  No on-line or open-book courses will be awarded these certifications.

The only accredited Naturopathic Doctors, ND, are trained in a college or university setting for four years and are accredited by the AANMC, Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Colleges, the most famous of these being Bastyr University on the West Coast and The University of Bridgeport in Connecticut.  These potential NDs must complete four years of in-person classes that require additional internships before a doctorate is awarded.  Their training is very technical, scientific and clinical.  These college and University trained ND's are taught the use of pharmaceutical drugs when needed and some states license ND to prescribe pharmaceutical drugs.  There are many quickie courses and open book tests that award the ND on-line.  These are not university trained people and often never had any in-class training, certainly not for four years.   All NDs, accredited or not, are taught to treat their patients in a clinical fashion...that is, to chase symptoms.  They answer each physical problem by prescribing a supplement or a drug to target only that problem.

When I attained a certification in clinical nutrition, I was trained in clinical modalities as well, yet I use only about 10% of that training in my practice because there is little of it that I found useful.  Clinical is all about chasing symptoms, usually by using man-made nutraceuticals.  I teach to look for the cause and to balance the system with natural products and practices (with fewer nutraceuticals) instead of simply addressing symptoms.  Once it is nourished we must trust the body to sort things out.  I teach to feed the body the nutrients it has been missing with food and supplements, then step back and trust the body to follow its brilliant design...to fix itself.  If, after a while symptoms do not abate, then we can chase those symptoms down with the supplements that help the body right itself.

Today, with the exception of the AANMC colleges and universities, the only accredited nutrition courses are taught by and for dieticians in mainstream American universities. Only a few short years ago, these universities taught real nutrition, that is, how to use food and supplements therapeutically to treat imbalances and illnesses.   But, the pharmaceutical/medical establishment put a stop to that by adopting dieticians as their 'nutritionists' and usurping nutritional training.  What I teach in my certification courses does not relate to any dietetics training.  Dieticians are now calling themselves 'medical nutritionists' which is an oxymoron in my experience and opinion.

I consider what I do and what I teach to be the opposite of that of a dietician's training.  I teach from my experience using many effective drugless methods to find the source of dis-ease and to bring the body back into balance by using a combination of the many natural and energetic tools available.

In this field, it is the experience and number of clients a practitioner has seen that is the factor that delineates their effectiveness and their value as a qualified teacher.  I teach from my decades of experience with thousands of clients.  There are no modern books that have been written that cover what I teach.  I will find time to write one soon....Dian


Office Staff
Brenda and LuAnn working in Crystal Healing room 2010

Kerry and Diann

                          Dian with  Bibi and Andie                               
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All information is based solely on our research, opinion and/or experience  and  is not meant to be prescriptive.