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Will Health Coaches be the future of healthcare? Doctors are trained to treat illnesses, but they do not help their patients change the behaviors that lead to them. Health Coach and IIN graduate Maria Marlowe explains why Health Coaches fill a unique role in the medical field that is becoming evermore crucial.
Founded in 1992 by Joshua Rosenthal, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition has gone from 20 students to 100,000 students and graduates in over 100 countries, making IIN the world’s largest online nutrition school! The curriculum consists of over 100 dietary theories, and includes topics such as bioindividuality, primary food and health advocacy.
Integrative Nutrition’s course, the Health Coach Training Program, teaches students to launch a meaningful new career as an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. Its unique curriculum combines holistic nutrition education with comprehensive business training, coaching techniques, and self-improvement philosophies.
Through Integrative Nutrition’s innovative online learning platform, the IIN Learning Center, students can study on their computer, smartphone, or tablet. The Health Coach Training Program syncs across devices, so students can sign in from anywhere to study at their own pace.
Integrative Nutrition alumni are some of the most successful professionals in the field and are trained to educate, support, and empower people to make sustainable lifestyle changes and achieve personal wellness goals. Graduates have gone on to launch their own health coaching practices, wellness centers, product lines, books, TV shows, and restaurants, and have been featured in everything from Oprah magazine to The New York Times to Martha Stewart’s Whole Living to the movie “Supersize Me.”
The driving force behind IIN is the mission is to play a crucial role in improving health and happiness, and through that process, create a ripple effect that transforms the world. To that end, IIN is committed to supporting its students, graduates, and the greater community to push initiatives that promote health and wellness.
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