Eating to Reduce Pain & Inflammation

Discover which foods could be causing you pain & how changing your nutrition can help.

Eating to Reduce Pain & Inflammation 

Waking up achy all over? Are muscle spasms, leg cramps or back pain causing you to rely on over-the-counter pain medications? Learn which foods cause aches and pains and which foods reduce inflammation. Simple nutrition changes can help you manage your pain.

Here’s a sneak peek of the class:

Learn how balancing your blood sugar can help with inflammation.


Learn why eating real food and replacing processed carbohydrates can decrease pain and inflammation.


Discover key supplements to minimize pain.


Learn how to replace processed food with real food.


You will receive 10% off products sold though NutriKey 


You can take the Eating to Reduce Pain & Inflammation two ways:

  • Pre-recorded online video (participants have 30 days starting the first time you view the video to watch the class)
  • In-person at one of our 7 twin-cities locations or though community education

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Keep your schedule flexible and take this class online. The class length is just over one hour in length. Participants have 30 days (starting at the day of purchase) to watch the class. You will receive a digital Key Point Handout and a 10% discount on all products purchased through NutriKey.

                       Just $25

Enroll Now

Already enrolled online?
   View your class here    

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Take this class in-person at one of our 7 twin-cities locations or around the metro area through community education. Receive a class handout and product discount on supplements sold at Nutritional Weight & Wellness or at

                    Just $29-$39*  

Upcoming Session

In-person classes are currently on pause.

*Through community education, cost ranges from $25–$39 and is determined by each community education location.

Note: The classroom at our St. Paul location is located on the lower level and require two flights of stairs. Please contact our office if you require a more accessible option

Still not sure if Eating to Reduce Pain & Inflammation—Online is right for you?

Call us at 651-699-3438 or message us and ask your specific questions.

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