Nutritional Therapist Training Programs

Now Open Early Registration
2012-13 Fall Start Classes

The Nutritional Therapist Training (NTT) Programs are unique because they are based on a foundational approach to nutrition. We offer specific tools for assessing the body’s nutritional deficiencies and will teach you how to address those weaknesses through diet, supplements and lifestyle changes. In addition to our foundational approach, the NTT programs 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, we offer a system of evaluative measurements to help identify nutritional weaknesses in the body so that you will be able to develop specific individualized protocols for restoring vibrant health. Our Functional Evaluation technique identifies and quantifies each individual area of weakness throughout the body. This evaluation can also document long term changes in the body’s systems revealing the effectiveness of diet and lifestyle changes. It allows you to address the nutritional needs of your clients, assess their biochemical individuality and make unique diet and lifestyle recommendations.

Registration is now open for select 2012-13 fall start venues.  Visit www.nutritionaltherapy.com to for more information regarding schedules and registration or click on the links below to view schedule and registration information for the upcoming classes.

Register NOW for:
Austin, TX-Email nta@nutritionaltherapy.com to request a registration application.  Put Austin, TX in the subject line.
Hartford, CT-Email nta@nutritionaltherapy.com to request a registration application.  Put Hartford, CT in the subject line.
San Diego, CA-Email nta@nutritionaltherapy.com to request a registration application.  Put San Diego, CA in the subject line.
Seattle, WA-Contact Seattle Central Community College by phone to register.  Provide them with the Course Reference Number 8275.
Registration openings will be announced in the next couple of months for:
Bend, OR
Olympia,WA

Registration is on a first come first serve basis.  Class sizes are limited so register early.  Email nta@nutritionaltherapy.com to request a registration application.

If you have any questions you can reach us by phone at 800-918-9798 or by email at nta@nutritionaltherapy.com.

Now Open Early Registration
2012-13 Fall Start Classes 
The Nutritional Therapist Training (NTT) Programs are unique because they are based on a foundational approach to nutrition. We offer specific tools for assessing the body’s nutritional deficiencies and will teach you how to address those weaknesses through diet, supplements and lifestyle changes. In addition to our foundational approach, the NTT programs 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, we offer a system of evaluative measurements to help identify nutritional weaknesses in the body so that you will be able to develop specific individualized protocols for restoring vibrant health. Our Functional Evaluation technique identifies and quantifies each individual area of weakness throughout the body. This evaluation can also document long term changes in the body’s systems revealing the effectiveness of diet and lifestyle changes. It allows you to address the nutritional needs of your clients, assess their biochemical individuality and make unique diet and lifestyle recommendations.
Registration is now open for select 2012-13 fall start venues.  Visit www.nutritionaltherapy.com to for more information regarding schedules and registration or click on the links below to view schedule and registration information for the upcoming classes.   
 
Register NOW for: 
Registration openings will be announced in the next couple of months for:
 
Registration is on a first come first serve basis.  Class sizes are limited so register early.  Email nta@nutritionaltherapy.com to request a registration application.  
 

If you have any questions you can reach us by phone at 800-918-9798 or by email at nta@nutritionaltherapy.com.

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