Holistic nutrition is not a standardized approach, but rather an approach based on the analysis of an individual person’s complete physical and mental health.Holistic nutrition is based on an individual’s unique nutritional needs and overall health. The goal of holistic nutrition is to create a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle that benefits the body from head to toe.
Kootenay Columbia College of Integrative Health sciences offers recognized diploma, certificate programs and workshops in the areas of Cultural Food Practices, Food Energetics and Therapeutics, Ayurveda, Biochemistry, Practice Management, and Biomedicine.
Why study Holistic Nutrition at KCCIHS?
At KCCIHS our programs are distinct and demonstrate a multi-disciplinary approach to health and healthcare. Students enrolled in all of our programs benefit from exposure to guest lectures, informal discussion, shared classes in professional development, research, business practice, and treatments from faculty and students enrolled in complementary disciplines. This type of education reflects the modern popularity of multi-disciplinary clinics and creates practitioners who have a natural awareness and understanding of other disciplines.