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Welcome to the Institute For Functional Nutrition

System biology Coursework and Mentoring For Health Care Professionals

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Four Key Ingredients: Why the GI tract is so important to the rest of the body. Hint: system biology.

 

Register now for Cindy's 5 System’s Biology Functional Nutrition

Next class begins Fall 2019

For more info: cindy@IFN.health.

 
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Heart Health By Way of the Gut: Free Report.

To receive my download gift on the CVD and the gut microbiome, fill in your name and email in the form below. Bonus list of cardioprotective supplements and what the heart uses for fuel. Just a taste of what you will learn in Practice Like A Pro.

 
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RDs, RNs and Nutrition Health Care Professionals.

Practice as a systems biology expert.  

Practicing as a competent functional nutritionist requires confidence and a keen

comprehension of anatomy and physiology and system biology principles.

As the field of nutrition continues to progress forward in medicine, the need for

qualified, confident and effective practitioners is paramount.

Applying new information to clients can be unnerving, especially in private practice.

Protocols in medicine sound reassuring and may be prudent at times,

but only to a point.

Protocols can lead to complacency.

Understanding principles and critical thinking, particularly regarding anatomy and

physiology— is the road to becoming a successful practitioner.


Does this sound like you? 

  • Are you spending lots of money on great coursework and conferences but are unsure

    how to apply and implement the concepts?

  • Do you spend lots of time reading that great coursework and still are unsure how to

    apply the concepts?

  • Do you get stuck with complex clients or are not quite sure where to begin, especially

    when it comes to lab testing?

  • Is it difficult for you to communicate your approach to physicians or other

    practitioners, so you end up not communicating?

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No More Swimming Upstream

Confidence is a result of preparedness.

How do you become a “prepared” nutrition practitioner?

Effectively applying nutrition knowledge requires a revisit of Anatomy and Physiology.

I was a RD before I became an RN. But, being an RN has made me a better

RD— mainly because I have a renewed appreciation of A/P.

Nutrition affects all systems of the body. And all systems communicate with one another.

A keen understanding of A/P will catapult your critical thinker with all of your clients.

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Nutrition affects all Systems.

 

IFN will enable you to:

  • Become a critical thinker with your vast nutrition knowledge.

  • Approach your clients with a methodical, systematic mindset- pull system biology

    principles together by gaining a strong anatomy and physiology foundation.

  • Build a practice of happy, healthy clients.

  • Increase your revenue because of those better outcomes.

  • Successfully communicate your approach to physicians and other health care

    practitioners.

  • Master the art of the medical/social/diet history and identifying root causes.

  • Earn CEU’s while learning in a small, live class room setting.


IFN will prepare you to treat any client.

We are all unique in our strengths and contributions.

Find that talented, functional nutrition expert in you.

Still curious? Drop me an email or voice mail. I’d love to chat.

 
 

Professional Affiliations:

 
  • The Institute For Functional Medicine

  • Sports and Cardiovascular Nutritionists

  • Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine

  • The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

 

Testimonals:

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