We Petitioned Congress to Make Healthy More Affordable. Here's Why


June 28, 2016

Last Updated:

April 30, 2019

Image via Shutterstock

The Institute for Integrative Nutrition is the world’s largest nutrition school. Through an innovative, one-year online course, students learn Health Coaching and business skills, personal development philosophy, and over 100 dietary theories with lectures by the world’s leading experts. Sample a class today!

In the U.S. alone, $4 trillion will be spent on health care just this year. Sadly, only 2% goes towards prevention. At Integrative Nutrition, we want to make healthy more affordable by working with United States Senators and Representatives to include health coaching as an allowable pre-tax expense in the Health Savings Acts (HSA) of 2016!

That’s why we’ve initiated a petition to support the Health Savings Acts of 2016 and the need for Health Coaches. 

As our Founder Joshua Rosenthal, says “We’re inundated with unhealthy options. We need to educate the public on how to choose healthier options. Healthy should be incentivized and not penalized.”

That is why we are working tirelessly to improve access to health and wellness and lower the cost of wellness expenses.

With this bill, Congress is recognizing the crucial role Health Coaches play in preventative health, reducing health care costs and improving overall health.

If passed, the legislation would allow individuals to use pre-tax funds in their Health Savings or Flexible Spending Accounts to pay for a variety of new wellness services, including health coaching!

Sign the petition now to let your member of Congress know you support the Health Savings Acts of 2016!

Curriculum Guide - Blog Page

Get The Document


By clicking 'Get The Guide', I consent to Integrative Nutrition and its affiliates contacting me by email at the address provided and/or by telephone at the number provided (by live, automated, or prerecorded phone calls or text messages) about its courses. I understand that my consent is not required for enrollment and may be withdrawn.