What Our Alumni Are Saying About Us
Our graduates come from all walks of life, live in many corners of the world, and go on to do many different things with their eduction.
Scroll down to read what our alumni have to say about their experience in the program.
Beth Manos Brickey is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, registered yoga teacher, and the force behind Tasty Yummies, a top lifestyle blog for readers with a wide range of dietary challenges who want to feel good, take control of their health and eat well.
Maybe you just want to heal your own body, or help your family get healthier? Or maybe you want to work in your community, helping others find solutions in your spare time. You could make it a full-time career, seeing clients and bridging the gap between their doctor’s offices and their real lives. Or you could be on the forefront of the revolution, writing books and spreading the message far and wide. Any reason to get started or niche you are interested in exploring is worthy of this important new job. Our sick society needs your passion!
The Nutritional Therapy Association is based in real-food, ancestral nutrition, and aligns perfectly with Weston A. Price, Paleo, and Primal principles. If you are passionate about real food nutrition, the NTA is likely to align very closely to your values.
It was a HUGE leap of faith―and it paid off thousands of times over. My husband and I laugh that we ever questioned the investment. Now, there’s a whole community of Paleo-oriented NTPs and NTCs out there. You will NOT be alone!
I feel more fueled than ever in my mission to help empower others to take control of their health. Becoming an NTP has allowed me to feel confident in my expertise and to trust that I have the knowledge to truly help others. The NTP program also taught me how to investigate and become a critical thinker, rather than arming me with a set diet, program, or paradigm.
The Nutritional Therapy Association provides thorough, rigorous training for the next generation of nutrition professionals looking to understand the foundations of health, physiology, and dietary interventions from a holistic point of view. If you’re looking for a program that provides a clear, cohesive approach to nutrition, this is it.
If you’re wondering if you can use the NTA’s NTP or NTC program to start a new career in nutrition—the short answer is YES.[…]The course gave me an incredible foundation in functional, holistic nutrition.[…] I came out of the program feeling confident in my ability to work with people. A big reason why I went through the NTA’s NTP program was because I wanted to help people live with better physical and mental health. Learning how to establish a process for doing that allowed me to get my coaching practice off the ground while phasing myself out of my corporate job in marketing.
[The NTA is] a unique and excellent source of certified education in nutritional therapy, with an emphasis on physiology, human evolutionary history and the work of numerous acclaimed nutritional pioneers.
This program is the foundation of everything I do, from one on one client sessions, online programs, information I share on my blog and Instagram, to what I practice every day in my own life for optimal health and longevity. I couldn’t possibly put into words how grateful I am for the Nutritional Therapy Association and the NTP program. It has truly changed my life. This program has not only taught me infinite information about the human body and how it is supposed to function, but it has given me the ability to have the freedom of owning my own business, to being able to change so many people’s lives, and to be incredibly excited about my career each and every single day.
The list truly could go on and on, listing everything that can be gained from a year spent with the Nutritional Therapy Association: the foundation in real food, the people that you meet, the structure of the class, and the insightful, well-rounded curriculum that the course follows―they all contribute to what are truly nine life-changing months.
The caliber of education I received at the NTA exceeded my expectations. I definitely felt challenged several times throughout the coursework and in preparing for the exams. It was exciting because I could feel myself growing and learning on topics I’d been dying to become more knowledgable on.
I started the NTA program to learn more about how food affects our body, and walked away with so much more than I had imagined. The knowledge I gained about our body’s physiological processes from a foundational point, as well as the tools to detect the nutritional deficiencies and the needs of our body, is invaluable. I also ended up drastically improving my own health through what Iearned. On top of that, the 9 months I spent with the program gave me the confidence to start my own business and work with nutrition clients, and it has been the best investment I made to live out my passion for real food.
To someone considering this program, I would say do it for your own knowledge. Even if you don’t have experience teaching someone, or you don’t have a career lined up working with people, to have the knowledge that you will gain from the NTA program to heal your own body and also to communicate very clearly on issues like gut and adrenal health is just irreplaceable.
The Nutritional Therapy Association has one of the soundest, most thorough, and most accessible nutrition training programs I’ve seen. I’ve gone through several nutrition certifications, and this is by far the one I recommend the most.