Nutritional Therapy Practitioner

Guess what – I am a student again! Although for the last few years I feel like I’ve been in school as I’ve devoured health related books, research and podcasts. After researching different programs to be able to feel more confident offering health advice to others, especially cancer survivors, I decided to enroll with the Nutritional Therapy Association to be a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. I don’t know exactly how I will use this education yet, but my goal is to help others that are going through or have gone through their own cancer journey.

As I learn more about how I can leverage these skills, I thought I would share some school work!

My Why

The Six Major Influences of the Modern Diet

Cancer Fighting Vitamins and Minerals


Are you interested in becoming a practice client?

For this program, I’m required to go through the clinical process with a couple of practice clients. This is FREE, would be thorough, and would provide a set amount of ongoing support! Things to consider: Are you experiencing any health concerns that you would like help with including fatigue, bloating, headaches, sleep, difficulty concentrating, hormonal issues, immune conditions, or weight loss? Or maybe you just want to make some healthy changes! Are you motivated to make some changes for your health, but aren’t sure where to start? Would you like to learn more about overall nutritional health and well-being? Are you able to take on the time commitment?

This would be around 4 months. In general, there would be 3 different evaluation “packages”– one initial and 2 follow-up– with defined email and phone support in between, although we can meet more frequently if that is something you desire! If this sounds like you and you would like some more information, please let me know!

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