Posted on Monday, June 5, 2017 - 10:15

Back in January of this year, three students came to Denver from different parts of the country to study Culinary Nutrition and the therapeutic use of foods. This month, they graduated from NTI and became Natural Food Chefs. We congratulate them and wish them the best of luck as they continue to add to the world with their passions, one delicious and nourishing meal at a time.

Here’s what each chef had to say about her experience. And check out two recipes from the... Read more...

5/22/2017
Posted on Monday, May 22, 2017 - 09:49

Welcome to Part 2 in our series addressing the impact of stress on our health. In the first blog post, we discussed the slippery slope of restrictive diets. In this post, we’re going to examine the role of stress on the nervous system and discuss ways to generate a truly holistically healthy relationship with food.

Too much of a good thing can ultimately be harmful when it comes to maintainin... Read more...

05/15/2017
Posted on Monday, May 15, 2017 - 06:28

One of the most significant lessons I’ve learned at NTI is that no amount of healthy eating and exercise can eliminate chronic stress. When it goes unmanaged, stress is the biggest threat to our health.

This begs the question: How stressed are you about your health?

As students of holistic health and nutrition, our goals are overall and lasting health, which we work hard to achieve. We research, study, take supplements, cook meals, change our lifest... Read more...

05/04/2017
Posted on Thursday, May 4, 2017 - 12:54

Navigating the terminology in the fields of nutrition and dietetics can make anyone’s head spin. If you’re anything like I was when I decided to go back to school to pursue nutrition, you may feel overwhelmed by terms like ‘board certified’, ‘registered’ and ‘licensed’, and even more so about which path is right for you. If you’re finding the decision between nutrition and dietetics a difficult one to make, you’re not alone.

Formal education in any subject is a huge investment of time,... Read more...

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