Institute of Integrative Nutrition is the world's largest nutrition School based in New York, USA.  The school is teaching the future of nutrition. 

Since 1992, Integrative Nutrition has been the cutting-edge leader in holistic nutrition education. They educate and transform the lives of their students with the world’s foremost experts in nutrition and wellness like Andrew Weil, MD, Arthur Agatston, MD, Barry Sears, PhD, Mark Hyman, MD and Deepak Chopra, among many others.

Mary Jean Netario - Cruz,  President of Soup of the Day awarded a full scholarship based on the merit of the Soup of the Day Initiative.  INN believes that Soup of the Day is rippling INN's mission and vision in promoting healthy lifestyle in the Philippines, particularly the children nutrition at school.  The scholarship provides strong and solid foundation to promote health and nutrition in the Philippines.

Initiatives transforming the lifestyle of the children is expected to deliver while the learning process is at work.

 INN's curriculum teaches a wide variety of skills in business, health coaching, nutrition education, and healthy lifestyle choices. Their students  gain a clear understanding of the major dietary theories from Ayurveda to The Zone. Plus they  teach how to integrate traditional nutrition philosophies with the most current health concepts…all while guiding  toward the healthiest life choices.

INN's  teaches how to work with clients one-on-one, and run group programs and workshops in settings such as corporations, spas, health clubs, doctors’ offices, schools and more. Integrative Nutrition covers cutting-edge nutrition concepts and modern health issues that you won’t always find in a traditional nutrition program. Topics include, but are not limited to:

Nutrition Concepts Bio-individuality
No one diet works for everyone. They explore different ways of eating in order to create a personalized approach that is appropriate for the individual depending on their age, health, activity level, where they live, personal tastes and preferences.

Dietary Theories

They teach the pros and cons of over 100 dietary theories, to guide to find what works for the person.

Primary Food

We are fed not only by food but by other factors in our lives. Healthy relationships, regular physical activity, a fulfilling career and a spiritual practice can fill your soul and satisfy your hunger for life. Learn more about primary food.

Deconstructing Cravings

Many people believe cravings are a problem, but cravings play a critical role in understanding what the body needs. They teach why people desire certain foods, like chocolate, french fries and coffee and when to give into these cravings.

Crowding Out

Most nutrition experts give their clients a list of foods to avoid, which explains why so many people are turned off by nutrition. Crowding out adds more healthy food to your diet rather than cutting back on the foods you enjoy.

Energetics of Food
All food has distinct qualities and energetic properties that affect your body depending on where, when and how it’s grown and prepared. They discuss different foods and how growing conditions affect the way you feel.

Food/Mood Connection

Scientific research and personal experience both demonstrate that what we eat affects how we think, feel and act. They  give the tools to deconstruct why you feel a certain way after eating a certain food.


Nutrition Science
Their curriculum reviews science and anatomy to provide you with an understanding of how our bodies function and why certain dietary habits work and don’t work for individuals. Specific topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Blood sugar & glucose
  • Digestive system
  • Toxins
  • Thyroid health
  • Genetic influence on diet
  • Metabolism
Modern Health Issues
Health Crisis
Rates of obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease continue to increase. People spend an exorbitant amount of money on medications and operations and virtually nothing on prevention, education and holistic health. They teach how you can help reverse this trend.

Food/Mood Connection

Food corporations are big business; the fast food and restaurant industries generate billions of dollars in annual sales. Learn how companies spend their advertising dollars to influence the public to buy their products.

Government Policies

Why are unhealthy foods cheaper than healthy foods? Learn about government subsidies, campaign contributions and the pros and cons of the USDA food pyramid.

Literally meaning, “low glucose levels in the blood,” this condition is a precursor to diabetes. A poor diet can cause a breakdown in the body’s ability to manage blood glucose, causing a rollercoaster effect on energy.

Organic vs. Non-Organic vs. Local Foods

Discover the difference between organic, non-organic commercial, and locally raised produce and how these methods affect your overall health.

Emotional Eating
Many people turn to food to heal emotional problems. This can lead to overeating and unwanted weight gain. Explore the connection between food and other life factors. 

School Food

Professional Practice Fast Track
With their business coaching and Fast Track program they give the the tools to grow the practice even after graduation. Specific topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Attracting perfect clients
  • Elevator speech
  • Goal planning
  • Money management
  • Referral building
  • Registering your business
  • Teaching classes
  • Client retention
  • Closing the deal
  • Contracts & handouts
  • Internet presence
  • Networking
Health Coaching
They train in the art of listening in order to hear  every need and learn how to effectively guide  through a 6-month program to reach the health goals. This training teaches how to effectively run a professional Health Coaching business. Specific topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Art of listening
  • Beginner’s mind
  • Communicating about diet
  • Consultation demonstrations
  • Coaching skills
  • 6-month program
  • Ethics of caring
  • Magic of mirroring
  • Oppression theory
  • Releasing emotions
  • Corporate wellness
  • Group programs
  • Coach/client relationship
  • Working with children and teens
Healthy Lifestyle

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