Personalized BioIndividual Nutrition Training for Healthcare Professionals

BioIndividual Nutrition is the science and practice of personalizing therapeutic diets breakthrough clinical results

Learn to apply the latest research and clinical best practices using “food as medicine” (therapeutic diets & nutrition)

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What sets BNI apart? We don’t teach a single dietary approach,
you get a framework, knowledge, and tools
to create advanced nutrition programs customized to individual needs.

Who is this training for? The BioIndividual Nutrition Training is an advanced, “graduate” level training for professionals with existing nutrition consulting/coaching or professional healthcare qualification that make diet and nutrition recommendations in their business or healthcare practice. It is designed for:

  • Healthcare professionals or educators (Integrative Physician, Nutritionist/Dietician, Naturopath. Health Coach, etc.)
  • You’re already familiar with gluten-free casein-free, grain-free, paleo, and GAPS diets
  • You’re filling the gaps from your training in nutrition
  • You want to know the science (why) behind therapeutic diets

  What is BioIndividual Nutrition

BioIndividual Nutrition is the practice of customizing diet and nutrition strategies to the unique biochemical and underlying needs of the individual.

Instead of trying to use one dietary approach for all individuals, this approach integrates dozens of diet strategies, and closely examines relationships between symptoms and underlying biological pathways. Foods affect chemistry and in turn, the body’s biochemistry influences the foods an individual can tolerate/eat.
The latest nutrition science shows that many people with chronic health conditions suffer with issues relating to oxalates, salicylates, amines, histamine, glutamate, and FODMAPS, as well as poor mitochondrial function, methylation, transsulfuration and sulfation.