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"Attending the Institute for Integrative Nutrition was like finding myself. I was with so many people who shared the same beliefs about health as I did. The education was the most valuable education I've ever received and totally inspired me to create The Weekly Beet."
- Mary Kent Hearon
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This week, The Weekly Beet reports on the most inspiring nutrition school in the world! Mary Kent gets food smart at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, revealing why we could all use a bit of nutritional education!
Time for a career change? Have a passion for healthy cooking? Or, maybe just interested in improving your health? Then, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition is definitely the place for you. Click here to find out if we're right! Located in the heart of New York City, it seems that the Institute's spiraled logo is fast taking over the Big Apple! Perhaps you've already seen the spiral or maybe the school's red catalogue mysteriously landed in your mailbox? As we all know, nothing occurs by accident!It's what happened to the founder of this newsletter. From Macrobiotics and Atkins to the Blood Type Diet and Ayurveda, The Institute for Integrative Nutrition is the only school in the world that teaches all the different dietary theories, while advocating not a single one. The school's holistic philosophy states that our bodies are all unique and while one diet may work for you, it may not necessarily work for me! The school has termed what we eat on our plates as Secondary Food and what many of us are lacking today as Primary Food. Primary Food is soul food that all humans crave: hugs, meditation, fun, love, best friends, self-expression, and walks in nature. Now, that's a philosophy that we call unBEETable!
Students from all over come to learn the healthy truth from its founder, Joshua Rosenthal, who has been teaching smart food for 25 years. Rosenthal's energy, enthusiasm, and incredible wisdom are the driving forces behind the school and his tried and tested health techniques are truly the Holy Grail of health and healing. Our health is a walking testimony to that! In addition to Joshua, an incredible faculty list includes Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr. Mark Hyman, Michio Kushi, Geneen Roth, Anne Marie Colbin, Dr. Elson Haas, Dr. Joseph Mercola, David Wolfe, and Dr. Walter Willett - all leading experts in the field of alternative and holistic health. The program lasts a year and is filled with inspiration, group interaction, individual support from the student's own health counselor, and ongoing support from the school. The school even goes as far to teach its students how to start a successful practice, giving business tips in a fast track program. Have you ever heard of any medical school giving business start-up advice? We don't think so! At the end, students gain nutritional expertise and become certified counselors, ready to go out and make a difference in people's health.
We ordered the book, Integrative Nutrition: The Future of Nutrition by Joshua Rosenthal. Much of what we learned at the school can be found inside the pages. We couldn't resist sharing one of our favorite recipes from the book:
- 1 to 2 bunches of kale
- Olive Oil
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
- Remove kale from stalk, leaving the greens in large pieces.
- Place a little olive oil in a bowl, dip your fingers and rub a very light coat of oil over the kale.
- Put kale on a baking sheet and bake for 5 minutes or until it starts to turn a bit brown.
- Keep an eye on it as it can burn quickly.
- Turn the kale over and bake the other side up.
- Remove and serve.
- Tip: Try different kinds of kale or collard greens. For added flavor, sprinkle with a little sea salt or spice such as curry or cumin, after rubbing on olive oil.
Don't miss the school's amazing website! With recipes, a newsletter, and a newly added shop, you'll be hooked in one click.
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PS. Mary Kent is making Kale Chips from Integrative Nutrition: The Future of Nutrition and is wearing an apron from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Earrings are by the favorite Balboa.
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