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Integrative Nutrition

I am learning so much about myself through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. It’s comforting to know that there are so many like-minded people out there wanting to contribute to the well-being of others.

I’ve been wanting to find ‘my people’ since I left my job at Whole Foods Market in 2009! I’ve prayed for a very long time for guidance in finding my purpose and for opening my heart to find how I will be used to serve others. I’ve always known it’s somehow to create a community around wellness.

I don’t have all the answers and believe that everyone knows down deep how to attain their goals. Usually we just need a little guidance and support to help us stay on track and encourage us.

This course teaches great information about nutrition and the importance of exercise. However, it also teaches about other aspects of becoming a well rounded healthy person. It’s allowing us to dive into repairing relationships, evaluating our career choices, connecting or re-connecting with our spirituality, how to coach effectively, keeping our finances in check, the importance of cooking at home, finding joy, and much more! It’s truly integrated ๐Ÿ™‚

I’m thrilled that I decided to dive into the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and would highly recommend it to anyone and everyone at any stage of life!

I ended up taking the accelerated classes so I started earlier than what I originally said in my last post. I’m exited to see what is in store for me every Monday when I get the next module to learn from.

No matter what your broadsided with on a daily basis, it’s never too late to continue working on yourself. Whatever that may look like for you. It’s different for everyone. Some people need a little boost in the exercises department (ME!), eating better (ME!), or just moving towards a better relationship with someone they were once close with (ME!).

Even though I’ve got a lot going on right now with moving in the middle of December, changing careers, and going through a divorce; I am making time for what I love through learning at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition!

I’m so grateful to have opened my heart and mind to this course!!

How do you make time for yourself?

Thanks for listening!

 

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Integrative Wellness Community

4 thoughts on “Integrative Nutrition

      1. I started the accelerated class in November. I find it to be more than I expected and really enjoy it! I thought I would be bored since I had been studying nutrition for so long. How are you finding it? I need to download the health histories soon! I just finished the Barry Sears Wellness Zone lecture. I find myself putting things off that I need to do in order to finish each module – I LOVE IT ๐Ÿ™‚

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