Integrative nutritionists use science-based diet and nutrition therapies to support your personal health and well-being. They recognize that individualized nutrition is essential to health and their integrative approach is not limited to one dietary theory. Their support may include the use of conventional and non-conventional dietary philosophies rooted in traditional practice and scientific evidence.
The Natural Care Center provides clients with highly effective and compassionate care and provides graduate students with a rich, hands-on practical experience as they complete the last portion of their training in the MS in Nutrition and Integrative Health degree program.
You will be treated by student interns under the supervision of licensed nutritionists who are faculty members at Tai Sophia Institute. Clients have reported profound healing experiences in these clinics, where they interact with and are tended by this competent care team. At the end of each consultation, you will receive an individualized nutrition plan that may include dietary supplements available for purchase onsite at the Meeting Point Bookstore and elsewhere.
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