Roots: 12th Annual Nutritional Therapy Association Conference, Hilton Portland Downtown, Friday, 01. March 2019

We all know that the world is suffering a health crisis. This crisis has left many suffering from chronic disease supported by a health care system that focuses on addressing a symptom versus investigating the cause. Most health issues can be directly tied to low-quality food, eating a diet deficient in colorful fruits and vegetables, a growing number of refined and processed foods, dependency on chemicals like sugar and stimulants to be happy, and meals that come from a box.
As the complex symptoms continue to challenge us as practitioners, it’s important to remember to go back to our roots―looking for the root cause versus chasing symptoms, becoming grounded in our roots as a practitioner, and deepening our connection with our roots: our tribe of other practitioners.
The 2019 Nutritional Therapy Association Annual Conference will take a deep dive into the root causes of systemic health problems, investigate how we can grow strong roots in our food delivery system, and provide an opportunity for you to grow roots in the NTA tribe. This is a conference not to be missed!
Attendees have the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units by attending the conference or by purchasing conference recordings.
PLEASE NOTE: If you’re a Graduate Member or Community Member, Group Leader*, or current NTA student, you’ll need to enter your promotional code below FIRST in order to reveal the option with your special discounted ticket price. All NTA Members, Group Leaders*, and students will receive their discount codes via email directly from the NTA. If you have not received an email with your code, please email, and we’ll be glad to help you out.
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Roots: 12th Annual Nutritional Therapy Association Conference

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