Paul Pichord's Top Three Tips to Achieve Overall Health Depth of IIN 2

Paul Pichord's Top Three Tips to Achieve Overall Health Depth of IIN

IIN Teacher Visited Paul Pittsford shares his ideas about the impact of GMOS and pesticides on our health, the importance of primary food, and why health coaching is one of the best professions.

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Founded in 1992 by Joshua Rosenthal, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition has passed from 20 students to 100,000 students and graduates in over 150 countries, making IIN the world's largest online nutrition school!

The curriculum introduces over 150 dietetic theories and teaches topics such as bio-individuality, primary food and health advocacy.

The Integrative Nutrition Course, the Health Coaching Training Program, encourages students to optimize their own health and then to start a new career as a health coach.

His unique curriculum combines holistic nutrition education with comprehensive business training, coaching techniques and self-development philosophies.

Through the innovative online learning platform of Integrative Nutrition, the IIN Learning Center, students can study on a computer, smartphone or tablet. The training program for health coaches is synchronized between the devices so that students can register from any place to study at their own pace.

Integrative Nutrition graduates are one of the most successful professionals in the field and trained to train, support and empower people to make sustainable lifestyle changes and achieve personal health goals.

The graduates started their own health practices, wellness centers, products, books, TV shows and restaurants and were included in everything from Oprah to New York Times to Martha Stewart's Complete Living to Supersize Me ".

The driving force of ENI is to play a crucial role in improving health and happiness, and through this process to create the effect of ripple that transforms the world.

IIN is committed to supporting its students, graduate students and the larger community, to stimulate initiatives that promote health and well-being.

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