|Courtney Little, B.S., a graduate of the Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science, says, “Nutrition has played an integral role in my life since the age of 7 when I began studying & researching this ever changing topic. I went on to get my undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition and after graduation I began my own business as a Nutritional Counselor.
Although nutrition was a topic I had been well educated in, I still felt I was lacking “something” and went on a search to find out how I could further my knowledge in the field of nutrition.
I came upon the National Institute of Whole Health back in January 2009 and I am so grateful to be a part of this program. I feel like a new person and I have learned more in these last six months compared to the years of previous studies. The Nutrition Educator program has opened my mind to a whole new world where I have greatly improved my own health as well as enabled me to better help and assist my clients on their journey to a healthier mind, body and spirit.
This program is different from any other program out there today. The self paced study is perfect for me and where I am right now in my life. I am so eager to complete my class work and move onto the next course material because I learn so much with each class I take. There are also options for on-line courses which is wonderful because you get the best of both worlds and teaching styles. I cannot say enough about what this program has done for my own health as well as for my business. My clients see realistic, long-lasting results almost effortlessly at times. You will not be disappointed with this program!
I would be more than happy to answer any questions that you may have.