Chef Rachel Hogan graduated from the Natural Foods Chef Program in 2013. Rachel’s culinary specialties include preparing wild game and fish. She was recently featured in Hunt & Fish Magazine. Rachel was diagnosed with Lyme disease in 2008 and has used her nutritional knowledge to help herself heal. Below is our interview with Chef Rachel.
What made you decide to become a chef?
The Nutrition Therapy is excited take part in celebrating the 1-year anniversary of Natural Grocers’ Colfax and Washington store, located at 1433 Washington St., Denver, CO 80203 on Saturday, February 21st.
Imagine going all the way to India to do your NTI internship! That’s what Rachelle Atkinson did. Rachelle is both a Certified Nutrition Therapy Practitioner and a yoga therapist practicing in Lubbock Texas. She is currently continuing her education with NTI to receive her MNT.
Turmeric root is a relative of ginger. It is a yellow spice frequently used in Indian cooking, with a long history of use in Ayurvedic medicine. Turmeric is 5-10% curcumin, which is the active medicinal compound in turmeric.
Dianne Koehler is one of NTI’s fabulous instructors. She is a Master Nutrition Therapist, a Certified GAPS Practitioner and a Weston A. Price chapter leader. Diane has an extensive knowledge of herbal therapeutics, functional blood chemistry analysis, integrative detox systems, and functional endocrinology.
We thought we’d ask Dianne a little bit about her journey into nutrition, and learn more about her role with Weston A. Price.
Here is a thought-provoking concept: How human are we? Really.
A human being has about 10 trillion human cells, but there are 100 trillion microbial cells in and on our body. This means, that if we go by the total number of cells we have, we are just 10% human.