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The NTA's Nutritional Therapy Practitioner course modules cover: the foundations of good health and basics of nutrition, digestion, blood sugar regulation and fatty acids, minerals, hydration, endocrine system, immune system and allergies, cardiovascular system, sports nutrition, fertility, supplementation and detoxification, working with clients, functional evaluations and business basics. It's the equivalent of 2 years full time study in a 9 month intensive format.
What's it like to work with an NTA Nutritional Therapy Practitioner? The role of a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner is to assist their clients to re-establish cellular health. Part of this is understanding the warning signs and signals our body gives us every day about underlying dysfunction. Here's what you can expect during a session with an NTP.