Deciding whether or not you want to enroll in the Institute for Integrative Nutrition is a big decision! When I enrolled — it completely changed the course of my whole life. Plus it was a big financial and time commitment.
Several awesome questions came in during last week’s class and I picked some of the best ones to answer for you.
Here are some of the questions I answered on this Q&A call:
What is the time commitment like? How much time per week do you need to dedicate to IIN? Is it on your own schedule?
How long does the program typically take to complete? Is there a timeline?
I’m not from the US. Do you know anyone who has taken the program from outside of the US and has made a career of it? Is it internationally recognized?
I already feel like I know a TON about nutrition / health. Will I still get a lot out of this program?
I’m nervous to spend the money because while I know the business portion will be helpful I’m concerned I won’t get a lot from the actual nutrition part. Any advice?
What is the “integrative” part of the IIN course? Are other things that impact our wellbeing covered? Like ayurvedic techniques etc.
My biggest passion is cooking. Do you think that can be a health coaching practice?
Register for my Go with Your Gut Business Success Webinar and get access to both the webinar and the Q&A call here: IIN Webinar + Q&A Call