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Integrative Nutrition e-Book – Now en Español!

We’re excited to announce that the book Integrative Nutrition: Feed Your Hunger for Health and Happiness is now being offered in Spanish!

Written by Integrative Nutrition Founder, Director, and Primary Teacher Joshua Rosenthal, the translation of this landmark book into Spanish is the next step in Integrative Nutrition’s mission to improve health and happiness, and through that process, create a ripple effect that transforms the world. Today, with more than 32,000 graduates in 104 countries, and a rapidly growing Spanish-speaking community, we’re happy to say we’re getting closer to that vision! 

Integrative Nutrition offers an easy approach to eating and living by providing simple steps to nurture your body and feed your soul. World leader in mind-body medicine and IIN visiting teacher Deepak Chopra says, “Integrative Nutrition brilliantly blends the art and science of nutrition with the personal growth aspects of love, relationship, fitness, career, and spiritual practice to help people find their path toward health and happiness.”

U.S. Marines Turn to Mindful Meditation Practice for Peace

Meditation is often linked to Buddhists and yogis, but now the U.S. Marine Corps is incorporating mindful meditation practice in its training to bring about calm, awareness, and healthy recovery for Marines in deployment.

Last Tuesday, the Marine Corps began its eight-week training course called Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training or “M-Fit” with about 80 Marines. The exercises are designed to help Marines stay alert and mindful under pressure, as well as relieve stress from extensive deployments and combat.

Nearly 30 percent of returning U.S. soldiers are affected with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) due to long and multiple deployments, with symptoms that include flashbacks, avoidance, and overwhelming anxiety. The Marine Corps has reason to believe that mindful meditation training will have a positive impact for Marines in high-stress situations – and there is scientific evidence to support that this age-old practice does help people find calm and relief.

How Priscilla Stephan Discovered Her Path to Wellness

Running herself into the ground is a thing of the past for Integrative Nutrition grad Priscilla Stephan. After 15 years as an executive in corporate America, feeling chronically fatigued and unfulfilled, the light at the end of the tunnel came once she enrolled in the Health Coach Training Program in 2011.

These days, Priscilla runs a New York City-based health coaching practice, Sweet Path Wellness, Inc., that helps busy working women reclaim their self-assurance and contentment. She uses a no-diet, no-deprivation method that holistically considers food intake, stress, sleep, relationships, and other lifestyle factors.

On top of running a successful business, Priscilla has also put together a health and wellness teleseminar designed to showcase talented women business owners around the world who have thriving businesses because they prioritize their health and well-being.

Read on to see how Priscilla maintains her very own sweet path to wellness.

Notes from IIN’s Founder: Creating an Abundance Mindset

Joshua Rosenthal, Founder, Director, and Primary Teacher, of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, shares his wisdom about creating a healthy, happy life that helps transform the world.

When I started the school, money was the furthest thing from my mind. I loved teaching and giving, and I really wanted to share my heart and soul with people because I saw so many suffering from eating poorly. I was happy eating kale, and I didn’t care that I was completely broke.

But I saw that my dream to help people become happier and healthier wasn’t going to happen until I started learning and focusing on the flow of resources, including money, and how I could attract them to me.

Many of our students and graduates focus more on helping people get healthier than on their income. Money can be a challenging issue. How you grow up and your situation around money impacts you later on. What are your money beliefs?

For many people, what separates them from a life of fulfillment and income is getting the two aligned. It’s a matter of shifting your mindset to one of abundance. It’s possible to do the kind of work that you love that contributes to other people and earn a good income at the same time. You can have both.

Can a Vision Board Help You Achieve Your Goals?

If you’ve read The Secret, or seen Oprah’s special on vision boards, you’ve probably heard that a vision board can be a very effective tool for setting intentions and achieving your goals.

What exactly is a vision board?

It’s simply a visual representation of your goals: images that represent all the things you’d like to accomplish in your life—who, what, and where you want to be. The power of this technique comes from the fact that it allows you to spend time getting clear on your goals, hopes, and vision for your future. Creating a vision board as a way to focus on the things you want to achieve can help improve motivation, boost self-confidence, and foster behaviors that lead to success.

How to make your own vision board:

Become Your Dream and Create a Ripple of Health and Happiness

It was 50 years ago in August that Martin Luther King, Jr., moved hundreds of thousands to action with his dream of making the world a better place.

And it was over 20 years ago that Integrative Nutrition started another movement with a dream of making the world a healthier, happier place.

How can a school do that?

Integrative Nutrition believes that people experience a powerful personal transformation by getting healthier. By using their knowledge to teach others how to be healthier and happier, they create a ripple effect that changes the world.

Thousands of graduates who have made their own personal transformation are now helping others get healthier and happier.

Maura Knowles Develops a Healthy Baked Morsel Company

When Maura (Mo) Knowles wasn’t pursuing her career as an actor and singer, she was working on building her healthy baked morsel company with her dad Mac in mind. A diabetic and heart patient, Maura’s dad would beg her for something sweet, so she decided to go make it herself. After a trip to the grocery store, she came up with delicious morsel treats that are vegan, gluten and sodium free, with no sweeteners or preservatives. The whole family ate them up and so she decided to keep them coming! She calls her company Mac-n-Mo's.

Why We Give Back: Season of Giving

If you are healthy and happy, you have more energy to do what you love. Your enthusiasm for life is radiant, and it inspires others. You can help lift others around you by teaching them what you know.

The gift of having more in life is that you have more to give.

That’s what we strive to do at Integrative Nutrition. As much as we can, we reinvest into our community by giving more support and advanced training to our students and graduates. And we support charities doing great work that complements our mission of making the world a better place.

Integrative Nutrition Reviews: Gabrielle Bernstein’s May Cause Miracles

Welcome to the latest installment of Integrative Nutrition Reviews, where we consider books, movies, and other media related to health, food, and personal wellness. Want to suggest something for us to review? Post it in the comments!

For many who are focused on making New Year’s resolutions happen, it’s around this time that the once steely-willed resolvers start to falter, especially when it comes to the less tangible goals such as love and happiness. While it can seem easier to accomplish the material goals of bigger, better, and more, how do you accomplish inner peace?

The truth is that the more you look outside yourself for happiness, the less satisfied you feel. Happiness is an inner game, but creating that sense of peace can be easier said than done.

Enter May Cause Miracles, a 40-day guidebook to creating happiness by becoming more “miracle minded.” The third book and New York Times bestseller by life coach and author Gabrielle Bernstein is a guided journey to help readers cultivate inner peace and happiness.

In a Busy World, the Virtue of Doing Nothing

The daily grind of modern life can be exhausting: working full time, going to appointments, running errands, squeezing in grocery shopping, preparing a nourishing dinner, finding time for the gym… the demands can seem endless. When’s the last time you spent an afternoon doing absolutely nothing?

According to a new book from Dr. Matthew Sleeth, taking time to rest and relax may be one of the best things you can do for your health. In 24/6: A Prescription for a Healthier, Happier Life, Dr. Sleeth emphasizes that for almost 2,000 years, Western culture stopped for 24 hours once a week, every week. “Even when I was a child, you couldn’t buy gasoline, you couldn’t buy milk. The drugstores weren’t open. And so society just had a day where they put it in park. That was Sunday until the last 30 years or so,” he says.

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