Certified Organic vs. Organic vs. natural? What foods are high in lycopene’s and what is a lycopene and why are they good for me? A hydrogenated what? Why should some people avoid nightshades? What is the difference between a macrobiotic, or blood type, or low carbohydrate or vegan diet, or paleo food plan? Keto? Whole foods? Aren’t all foods whole? What is the basis of food combining? These are questions your patients/clients are asking today. Do you have the answers? This Certification gives you a strong basis for providing solid answers to these questions as well as learning the foundations of whole food—clean eating…a necessity for everyone.

Upon completion of this Certification, the participant will be able to:

  • Discuss the importance of teaching clients to read labels in today’s world of chemicals
  • Educate patients/clients how to easily prepare basic wholefoods
  • Help your clients/patients know what questions to ask their physicians in regards to food intake
  • Discuss food as a healing tool


Requirements for Holistic Nutrition Certification:

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48 Contact Hours

2 – 6 hour In-Class Sessions

36 hours Self-Paced Study

Tuition: $305

Additional Certification Requirements – Core Courses:

BUS 101 – Business & Ethics for Holistic Health – 36 Contact Hours – 18 Class / 18 Self-Paced Learning – Tuition: $405

BIO 101 – Anatomy & Physiology / Pathology – 50 Contact Hours – Self-Paced Learning – Tuition: $205

PSY 101 – Human Behavior for Holistic Health – 50 Contact Hours – Self-Paced Learning – Tuition: $205

Note: Licensed Health Professionals and/or Successful College Completion of equivalent courses allows for an exemption of BIO and PSY.

Core courses only need to be taken once and then can be applied to all other IHL Certifications for up to a 3 year period.