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Institute for Integrative Nutrition


The Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) an NCCRS member since January 2012, was founded in 1992 to provide holistic training in the field of nutrition.  Today, IIN’s Health Coach Training Program includes coursework in nutrition, health and wellness, coaching techniques, business skills, and personal development.

From the beginning, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition has been a mission-driven organization, striving  “to improve health and happiness and create a ripple effect that transforms the world.”  IIN focuses on nutrition in the broadest sense of the word: the core belief driving IIN’s work is that nutrition can positively transform health and happiness on a global scale.  The school is a distance learning institution headquartered in New York City and has graduated more than 60,000 students in all 50 states and over 80 countries. 

IIN’s Health Coach Training Program is designed to help students start a personal health coaching business, but graduates have also used the skills gained in the program to work in a variety of settings, from spas to health clubs, nonprofits, schools, restaurants, government institutions and corporate offices.  In addition, medical, health and wellness professionals can complement their traditional training with IIN’s innovative holistic approach.

The Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) is licensed as a vocational school by the New York State Education Department under the terms of section 5001 through 5010 of the Education Law of the State of New York.

For more information, subscribe to  Institute for Integrative Nutrition on YouTube and follow Institute for Integrative Nutrition on Twitter @NutritionSchool. 


Source of Official Student Records

Institute for Integrative Nutrition-Student Services Department
245 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016
United States

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