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Integrative Nutrition Announces New Partnership with California Institute of Integral Studies

Part of what sets Integrative Nutrition apart is that it's not just a school, it’s a movement. We’re reminded of this larger movement every day, when we see the struggles of others on their journeys toward health, global shifts in perspectives on nutrition, and individuals working to help improve the health of those around them. Another powerful reminder of this movement is other educational institutions working to train people to improve health and happiness in the world.

California Institute of Integral Studies is one of those institutions, and we’re thrilled to announce a new partnership with them. 

Study Finds Link Between Depression and Inflammation

One of the most damaging false beliefs in the way our society treats health is the notion that “mental health” and “physical health” exist independently of one another. In fact, we are holistic beings, with all aspects of our wellness existing in conversation with one another, and thus our health needs to be addressed with a holistic approach.

How to Become a TV Expert Using Your Integrative Nutrition Training

Have you ever watched a health or nutrition expert giving commentary on TV and thought, “Hey, I could do that” ? With the comprehensive training you receive at Integrative Nutrition, this is a very understandable phenomenon.  It’s also a completely valid and impactful way to use your Health Coach certification.

Being a TV expert has a variety of different benefits, from giving more visibility to your brand to spreading awareness about important topics to forging new relationships and opening up doors for unexpected opportunities. But how do you actually become one of these info-filled talking heads? Here are seven tips for getting your start as a TV expert:

The Sugar Debate | IIN Depth

Sugar may not be a four-letter word, but it sure is causing quite the controversy these days. From a New York Times magazine cover story that asks “Is Sugar Toxic?” to 2011 grad Sarah Wilson’s bestselling book I Quit Sugar and accompanying program, the media hasn’t been too sweet on the ubiquitous ingredient of late. 

But is it really that simple? Is sugar really the enemy, or is it part of a natural diet? Are certain sugars, like fructose, actually good for you, or is it all the same? 

The Real Deal with the FDA’s New Gluten Labeling Standards

Good news for all you gluten-free eaters! Last week, new federal rules defining the use of the term “gluten-free” took effect. 

According to the FDA, the new standardized definition is meant to “eliminate uncertainty about how food producers label their products” and assure the 3 million Americans with celiac disease that food labeled as “gluten-free” meets a clear, consistently enforced standard. 

Integrative Nutrition Grad Latham Thomas Featured in Parents Magazine!

Integrative Nutrition alums are popping up all over the press these days. Most recently, 2006 graduate Latham Thomas was featured in Parents magazine as a “Rock-Star Doula”!

In the article, Latham shares her personal experience as a mother, doula, and pregnancy expert, as well as her top tips for a fabulous pregnancy and birth experience. Some of the tips might surprise you (think sticking to a plan is the right approach? You might want to think again!) .

7 Unbeatable Benefits of Health Coaching Circles

With all the big names—Mark Hyman, Arianna Huffington, Andrew Weil—and life-changing concepts—Primary Food and Bio Individuality, to name a few—in the Integrative Nutrition curriculum, it’s easy to forget one of the most powerful benefits of enrolling in the Health Coach Training Program: becoming part of the Integrative Nutrition community.

Reports Show Doctors Lacking Nutrition Knowledge

It’s no secret that our healthcare system is broken. With the obesity epidemic continuing to cripple the U.S., this is a big problem. We count on doctors to not only cure our diseases, perform surgery, and prescribe medication, but also to help prevent us from getting sick to begin with. This kind of care includes giving advice on nutrition, fitness, stress management, and other preventive measures to help us live healthier lives.

This isn’t happening, and not just because of the broken system.

Do I Have the Right Personality to Be a Health Coach?

I wondered this very thing before I decided to enroll at Integrative Nutrition. Did I have the right character traits to be a good Health Coach? Would people want to open up to me? Could I actually coach clients through issues I myself had dealt with? Would people take me seriously? 

The answer I found along the way was: yes, yes I could, and I could be darn good at it. And no matter your natural disposition, you’ll find the same answer. 

Whether you are introverted or extroverted, already working in the wellness field or making a complete career change, Integrative Nutrition teaches you how to harness your unique gifts to connect with potential clients and turn your interest in health and wellness into a thriving, rewarding career. 

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