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Live Nourished

The Nutritional Therapy Association will hold its 11th Annual Conference, Live Nourished, March 2-4 in Vancouver, Washington. This year’s conference brings together experts from all levels of applied holistic nutrition! The conference is 3+ days, complete with keynotes, breakouts, networking opportunities, and banquets. This year’s conference will cover a broad range of topics on how to noursh your mind, body, spirit and your clients, and so much more! Attendees have the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units by attending all three days of the conference or by purchasing conference videos. More credits are available if pre- and post-conference activities are attended!  


The Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA) is dedicated to helping overcome the myriad health woes plaguing modern society. We believe that most health problems result from imbalances in what we call “The Foundations”:
  • Digestion
  • Blood Sugar Regulation
  • Fatty Acids
  • Minerals
  • Hydration
Though some people may be predisposed to certain diseases, it is critical to understand that “predisposed” does not mean “guaranteed”. As Chris Kresser stated at the NTA’s 8th Annual Conference: “Genes load the gun. Lifestyle pulls the trigger.” No, your genes are not your fate. What you eat and how you live directly affects which genes are expressed and in what way. Epigenetics trumps genetics. This is good news! You have the power to improve your health by eating a nutrient-dense, properly prepared diet and balancing the five foundations. When these foundations get out of balance through a poor diet and unhealthy lifestyle, we start to experience a host of unwanted symptoms: weight gain, skin issues, fatigue, hormonal imbalances, and worse. By supporting each of these foundations through diet and lifestyle, the body’s chemistry can be brought back into balance, helping people enhance their health naturally. The body’s default mode is health if—and this is a big if—it gets the basic building blocks it needs to function properly and build healthy cells, tissues, organs, and systems.

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