I'm interested in possibly pursuing a graduate degree in holistic nutrition, but it looks like many of the programs out there do not mesh well with paleo philosophy.
Has anyone studied at the Nutritional Therapy Institute? What was your experience?
Are there any other graduate programs in nutrition and wellness that are paleo-friendly?
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on August 16, 2012
at 05:30 PM
Diana- you mentioned you grad. from NTA, NTP. i've been thinking about this program highly. The only neg. i have is it's not a credited program:( has anyone done this program who did not go to under grad. school? What were come career choices after grad. the program that you were able to apply for?? Any help would be highly greatful!
on November 09, 2011
at 04:52 PM
Sorry Kamal I didn't realize I shouldn't put a website there. Nala Walla - I don't know what the NTI program is. I did Nutritional Therapy Association's program and am a NTP, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner.
on October 12, 2011
at 02:15 AM
I went to this program and run a paleo practice. It was a great foundation.
on September 20, 2011
at 01:19 AM
I like the looks of Huntington's program, though it's hard to tell how paleo-friendly it actually is. NTA is closer in philosophy to WAPF than paleo.
on May 08, 2012
at 02:02 PM
I went to NTI. The program is well rounded, giving you foundations in multiple strategies to healthy eating. They give you the knowledge to go beyond being paleo specific, and looking more closely at the specific nutrient needs of a client. I have been impressed with the course work! I am graduating the program in a few short weeks, and feel confident in my knowledge and ability to practice. Hope that helps!
on January 27, 2012
at 08:07 PM
My friend who turned me on to the Paleo diet went to Bauman College and highly recommends it.