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Study to be a Nutritional Therapist

The Nutritional Therapy Association is offering two separate, nine-month, blended online and in-person nutritional therapist certification programs with new venues in Washington, D.C., Phoenix, Boston, New York City, Denver, Toronto and other cities. Enrollment continues through September 12 for workshop courses that begin on September 19, while registration for the winter courses will commence October 10 until February 6, 2017, with classes starting February 13.

The course, based on the teachings of Dr. Weston A. Price and Dr. Francis Pottenger, instructs students in how to conduct a five-step client consultation process. Highlights include a hands-on functional assessment tool to identify nutritional weaknesses and effectively manage wellness goals.

“Since 1997, our mission has been to be the transformative educator of nutritional therapy, reconnecting people to healing foods and vibrant health,” says Executive Director Eric Bowman. “Our values are rooted in the innate ability to heal, respect for bio-individuality, a foundational approach to nutrition and health and unwavering commitment to a nutrient-dense, whole food diet.”

For more information, including costs, registration and locations, call 800-918-9798, email [email protected] or visit NutritionalTherapy.com. See ad, page 11.

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