If you've ever considered pursuing a career or education in holistic health and nutrition, you'll be excited to learn that my school Integrative Nutrition will be hosting an open house on April 18-19 in New York City at Avery Fisher Hall.
Prospective students will be able to sit-in on a real class led by Joshua Rosenthal, founder of the school, or one of the guest speakers including Barry Sears (creator of the Zone diet), Mark Hyman (author of Ultraprevention), and David Katz (founder of Yale University's Prevention Research Center).
This event is open to friends and family of graduates. And as my reader I invite you to join me. You can register online and enter my name (Ameet Maturu) as the referring graduate.
If you've ever considered the possibility of creating a career around your passion for food and health, I suggest checking it out. This is the first I've heard of the school opening its doors in this manner.
My experience at Integrative Nutrition was life-changing and inspired me to become a health counselor. I love how it teaches all the different dietary theories, from Ayurveda to Macrobiotics, enabling us to extract the wisdom from all. There's so much more to food that just fat, calories and protein. Right? One really leaves with an understanding on how to help others be well (including ourselves).
I plan to be there on Sunday, April 19. Hope to see you there!