NTI PodTalk with Instructor Dr. Becky Spacke

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Welcome to NTI PodTalk

Our first interview is with Dr. Becky Spacke, an NTI student favorite.  Becky is well known for her depth of knowledge, outgoing personality, and excitement for teaching others. She has great advice for current and prospective students about how to avoid getting overwhelmed.

This is the first segment of NTI PodTalk, our interview series where we talk to interesting people about why they love nutrition, how they use it in their lives and how being a part of NTI has impacted them.

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Meet Dr. Becky Spacke

As an instructor, Dr Becky Spacke is enjoying her time at Nutrition Therapy Institute, feeling like she is passing the baton to the next generation of Wellness Warriors.  Her love, passion and professional career has always been related to nutrition and functional medicine. She spent many years in private practice, working with patients to regain their health through better nutrition and lifestyle modifications. When in practice in Marathon, Florida, Dr. Becky made regular appearances on Good Morning Florida Keys with Jenna Stauffer, where she discussed current trends in healthcare and nutrition. She also spent time working at Natural Grocers as a Nutrition Educator.

Her educational background includes her Bachelor of Science in Human Anatomy and Doctor of Chiropractic from Logan University. Additionally, she has received post-doctorate certifications from Miller School of Medicine in Pain & Inflammation, University of Bridgeport in Functional Endocrinology, Harvard Medical School in Lifestyle Medicine and Institute of Functional Medicine as a certified ReCODE practitioner, where she offers healing strategies for those with Alzheimer’s Disease or are at risk of developing this devastating disease. As a Colorado resident, she patiently waits for spring and summer to arrive so that she can tend to her veggie beds and berry patches.

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