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“Unfortunately, everything the "experts" tell us about diet is aimed at the whole population, and we are not all the same.” ~ The Scientist Magazine   

Nutritional Therapist Training Programs


September 2013

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February 2014

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Nutritional Therapy Consultant & Practitioner Programs

Train to become a Nutritional Therapy Consultant or a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner™ through the Nutritional Therapy Association, Inc.

The Nutritional Therapy Association's Training Programs are unique because they are based on a FOUNDATIONAL approach to nutrition.  They offer specific tools for assessing the body’s nutritional deficiencies and their knowledgeable and professional team of Lead Instructors will teach you how to address these weaknesses through diet, supplements and lifestyle changes.  In addition to their foundational approach, the NTC and NTP program emphasize three additional perspectives:
  • First is the allegiance to the teachings of such pioneering greats as Dr. Weston A. Price and Dr. Francis M. Pottenger, Jr., two of the greatest scientific minds ever to research nutrition, food and its effects on modern society.  Their work is the basis for NTA’s core belief in properly prepared, nutrient dense whole foods.
  • Second is NTA’s fundamental belief in bio-individuality; our genetic and geographical makeup can determine our unique nutritional needs.
  • Third, they offer a system of evaluative measurements that help identify nutritional weaknesses in the body.  Our Functional Evaluation technique, which is taught on the NTP Program and in Part 2 of the NTC Program, allows the practitioner to address the nutritional needs of their clients, assess their biochemical individuality and make tailored diet and lifestyle recommendations.
Students in the Nutritional Therapist Training Programs participate in a rigorous course curriculum that includes anatomy and physiology, basic chemistry concepts, and the science of food and its nutritional components.  They also learn how to identify and address imbalances in the body and how to intervene with nutrition for improving overall health and wellness.  This course is available to professionals looking to enhance their practice with nutrition as well as those wanting to embark on a new career as a Nutritional Therapy Consultant™ or a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner™.

Current classes start in the Fall of 2013 (Sept. start), and in the Winter of 2014 (February start). 

To request more information about trainings, tuition, financing, cancellation policy info, and to listen to a pre-recorded info session, click here.