Published:
November 15, 2011
Last Updated:
March 4, 2021

Interactive Infographic: 12 Steps to Health

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When you haven't always lived in health and wellness, changing your daily habits can seem so daunting. It can be much more realistic and, ultimately, easier to succeed when one views holistic health as a journey, not a destination.

That is why Joshua Rosenthal, the founding teacher at IIN, designed these steps for his book, Integrative Nutrition, so they can be the first 12 steps on your journey to wellness.

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Maybe you have a different journey in mind, though - and that's great too. Integrative Nutrition believes in bio-individuality, or the idea that everyone's body is different and therefore has different needs. So try all or a few, go in or out of order, tackle one per week, or tackle on per month. These 12 steps are ideas to consider along your path towards personal health.

As Joshua says in the book - "Trust your instincts, and know that each change you make has a tremendous impact on your present and your future."

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