Immune support is top of mind for so many people right now, which is why we have created two done-for-you programs to help your clients to strengthen their immune systems.
Our Immune Support Program comes with a meal plan, grocery list, recipes, prep guide, and supporting evidence. This program has been intentionally designed to include a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to support the immune system including vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, and selenium.
Our Plant-Based Immune Support Program also includes a meal plan, grocery list, recipes, prep guide, and supporting evidence. Immune-supportive nutrients including vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, and selenium are derived exclusively from plant sources.
As a nutrition professional, these Immune Support Programs give you a great opportunity to attract new clients, engage your current client base, provide an amazing client experience, and increase your income.
Here are some ideas on how you can use these programs to support clients and grow your nutrition business.
1: A 5-Day Immunity Challenge
Run a challenge for free as a way to build your audience and gain trust or charge a small fee as a way to increase your revenue.
Take our Immune Support Program, modify it to be 5-days long and then challenge your community to commit to following your plan for a week to support their immune systems. Use a private Facebook group for participants to post pictures and connect with one another.
For more information about how to run a free challenge, click here.
2. A Two-Week Immune Strengthening Program
Use That Clean Life to create a two-week immune support program to run with your community. Save time by using our pre-made Immune Support Program as week one and our Plant-Based Immune Support Program as week two. Decide what to charge for your program and market it to your audience.
Want to add additional weeks to your program? Use our filters to find more recipes high in immune-supportive nutrients like vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, and selenium.
To make your group program a complete success, you will need a solid marketing plan. Grab our free planner: Marketing Guide for Group Nutrition Programs.
3. An Immune Support Recipe Book
Use our filters to search for recipes that contain nutrients that support the immune system, then build out an Immune Support collection. Export it as a recipe book. From here, you can use a recipe book as a lead magnet or as a free gift for your clients to let them know you are still here for them. This is a great way to generate leads and convert them into paying clients.
Alternatively, you can sell recipe books online. Here's how.
4. An Immune Support Livestream
Host a live stream (webinar, Facebook Live or Instagram Live) where you make an immune-supportive recipe and discuss nutrients that your clients should prioritize during the pandemic. This is a great way to position yourself as an expert and build trust.
Throughout the live stream, have a call to action whether that is to download your Immune Support recipe book or join your upcoming Immune Support Challenge.
5. An Immune Support Collaboration
Consider partnering with a fellow health professional to run an Immune Support Collaboration. For example, do you know of a personal trainer who is teaching fitness classes online? Reach out to see if you can add value to their community by hosting an Immune Support Week, where on top of fitness, they will get access to an Immune Support Nutrition Program.
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