The Nutritional Therapy Association would like to thank the Bragg Health Foundationfor their generous scholarship opportunity for graduates of the Nutritional Therapy Training Program. Through thought-leading, like-minded organizations like the Bragg Health Foundation, the Nutritional Therapy Association can further our mission to educate individuals and healthcare professionals on how to understand and reverse the tragic and unsuspected effects of the modern diet on their patients and clients. The NTA is elated to work with Bragg Health Foundation to offer scholarships to students interested in foundational holistic nutrition, and feel the two companies to be an exemplary fit!
The Bragg Health Foundation is committed to preparing future generations to be skilled in the health sciences by providing Patricia and Paul C. Bragg Health Science Scholarships to students attending select nutrition programs. Dr. Paul C. Bragg, ND, PhD, was a naturopathic physician and pioneer in the health movement in America. This scholarship is offered in the memory of Dr. Paul Bragg and to carry on his health legacy, which is the mission of the Bragg Health Foundation.
Bragg Health Foundation generously provided SIX $500.00 Patricia and Paul C. Bragg Health Science scholarship awards for students enrolled in the Nutritional Therapy Training Program through the NTA. The Bragg Health Foundation would like to thank all who participated and submitted their applications to the process. The competition was stiff this time, and the selection process took some consideration. We are thrilled to announce the winners who stood out among the rest as inspiring examples for change in their communities.
Congratulations to these outstanding applicants!
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