You or a loved one has been diagnosed with AFib. Now what?
You're struggling to find natural ways to manage your condition. You want to practice healthy eating, but learning how to be "AFib healthy" feels like a challenge.
AFib Nutrition from Match Health Academy is the only video course that teaches you how to eat for a healthy rhythm. Enroll in AFib Nutrition to gain more control.
Learn what nutrients can help manage AFib
Establish nutrient targets to optimize AFib health
Discover the optimal AFib diet
Stock your kitchen with AFib friendly alternatives
Download printable tools, recipes, grocery lists, & more
Learn through engaging videos and 3D animations that bring concepts to life.
Who is this course for?
This course is essential for you or a loved one looking to reduce their AFib episodes through natural remedies. Get comprehensive information to take control of your health and improve your quality of life. Enroll in AFib nutrition and eat the right foods for the right rhythm.
But don't take our word for it
Hear from a few customers who regained control of their lives.
"The Match Health courses pull everything I needed in one place, doing the work for you. These courses actually helped me better understand my condition and ways to improve my symptoms."
"This is the first time I have seen a complete set of courses dedicated to AFib! I finally feel so much more in control of my health."
I love how simple this is. There are loads of videos out there that don't get to the point or are overly complicated.
Los Angeles, CA
Meet your instructor
Amanda Stegmann, MS, LDN
As a nutritionist and dietitian, Amanda Stegmann, MS, LDN has counseled hundreds of patients with chronic illnesses and is the author of a nutrition cookbook. Amanda currently works in private practice as a dietitian and consultant, which allows her to provide medical nutrition therapy to her community and consult on national meal plans as well as contribute to health programs and provide professional training. Amanda loves being engaged with her local community in order to be able to inspire positive change and teach sustainable habits that allow people to lead healthier lives. She is presently implementing a community-based nutrition program for Boston University's Goldman Pediatric Dental Clinic as part of an interdisciplinary team, collaborating to create a wellness program for children and families