The possibilities for what you can do as a Health Coach are endless. One of the best examples is IIN graduate Arielle Haspel, who has translated her education into a thriving career as a Health Coach, nutrition and lifestyle expert, recipe developer, speaker, spokesperson, and—as of a few days ago—regular TV host!
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When students look at the expert lecturers in Integrative Nutrition’s curriculum, it’s easy to feel a little awestruck. They seem like paragons of health and success.
However, it’s important to remember that many of them didn’t start that way. As you embark on your journey toward greater health and happiness, keep in mind that all of these impressive wellness visionaries took that same journey—and that, ultimately, the journey never ends!
It’s no secret: the healthcare system is broken. In fact, according to Integrative Nutrition guest lecturer Mark Hyman, healthcare needs to be “turned upside-down.” It’s also becoming clearer and clearer that Health Coaches are the ones who will need to do the turning.
In this impassioned discussion between Integrative Nutrition founder Joshua Rosenthal and American physician, scholar, and author Dr. Mark Hyman, the two wellness leaders delve deep into the many players at work in today’s healthcare landscape.
Funny story—I enrolled in Integrative Nutrition in January 2013 with zero intention of forming a business. It was the last thing on my agenda, as I already had a successful full-time career as a web designer/social media strategist with benefits, paid vacation—the whole nine. After overcoming some disordered eating habits in my early twenties (swinging from eating entirely clean to binging on sweets) I’d become a gymrat and nutrition enthusiast. For ten years, I read every food and fitness blog out there, endlessly learning, educating myself, and getting in the best shape of my life while eating what I love in a healthy balance.
In the old nature versus nurture debate, genes are typically pitted against environmental influences as diametrical opposites. But what if you could actually change your genes with food and lifestyle? Well, maybe you can.
The field of epigenetics suggests that our behavior can influence which of our genes are expressed. Integrative Nutrition teaching expert Dr. Mark Hyman is a leading advocate of the idea that genetics are not fixed, and he wants to empower people to make choices that turn on healthy genes and suppress the genetic expression of disease..
Huge news over here at Integrative Nutrition! We’ve added a new lecturer to our innovative holistic curriculum: Arianna Huffington!
Arianna Huffington has inspired women (and men) all over the world to pursue their dreams and maximize their career potentials. She’s an indisputable professional role model, having founded the Pulitzer Prize-winning news site The Huffington Post, writing fourteen bestselling books, and making both Forbes “Most Powerful Women” list and the Time magazine list of the 100 most influential people in the world (twice!).
No matter how healthy you consider yourself, there come times when you could use a little extra support to stay on track.
Whether you’re trying to decide if you need to see a Health Coach, or are a Health Coach yourself working with clients in need, be on the lookout for these 7 life events when your healthy habits need some extra TLC.
Having a healthy body and mind is the foundation on which a happy, fulfilling life is built. And we all know how to keep ourselves healthy, right?
As the growing global health crisis indicates, that’s unfortunately not the case.
It’s remarkable how something as basic as eating healthily and exercising regularly has now become a daunting task. It’s also become incredibly complicated, with a new study every day telling us that what we thought was healthy actually isn’t, and vice versa.
Joshua Rosenthal took a giant leap of faith when he decided to build Integrative Nutrition from scratch, and the result today is the largest nutrition school in the world, which turned twenty-two this year. When she was only twenty-two herself, Marie Forleo took a similarly risky leap, with equally inspiring results.
In this engaging discussion between two entrepreneurial visionaries, Marie explains why she left a lucrative career on Wall Street and turned down a “dream job” to follow her true dream—a dream her gut told her was right, no matter what her mind said. Today, she’s a bestselling author, TV host, life coach, and the founder of an entire empire aimed at inspiring women to live their best possible life.