Are you ready for a rewarding nutrition career?

A flexible and rewarding career

Faced with current health challenges, we’re all taking a greater interest in our health and wellbeing.

This makes it an exciting time to think of a career change and an opportunity to help yourself and others – including family, friends and wider networks – through a flexible and rewarding career in nutritional therapy.

Complete our quiz to find out if nutritional therapy might be the career for you

  1. Do you want a varied career and to wake up each morning looking forward to the day ahead?
  2. Do you want to be in control of your career path and be able to work the hours you want?
  3. Do you love food?
  4. Do you know that what you eat improves health & wellbeing and you want to share this with others?
  5. Do you want to make a difference to people’s lives?
  6. Do you want to be part of a growing community of nutritional therapists skilled to support people
    in their health and wellbeing?

If you have answered yes to two or more of these questions, then find out how a career in nutritional therapy could be for you.

Download our free ebook – Why become a nutritional therapist?

Dawn Waldron told us how her own health challenges led her to study nutritional therapy at ION.

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What drew you to nutritional therapy?

“When I was diagnosed with breast cancer 23 years ago, there was not much evidence for the role of complementary medicine but some part of me knew that changing my diet and lifestyle would be fundamental to supporting my long term recovery. I’m so glad I followed my instinct. It’s the best career move I ever made.”

What is the most rewarding part of your work?

“I never cease to be amazed at the power of nutrition to transform people’s health and happiness. I feel hugely privileged to work with breast cancer survivors and support them through their experience, and feel it has given my life meaning and purpose.”

Molly Roberson explained how her personal journey inspired her to train as a nutritional therapist and to help others.

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What drew you to nutritional therapy?

“When I was ill I went to see a nutritional therapist, who supported me back to full health with simple dietary changes and inspired me to do further reading. Then I was totally hooked! I took a leap of faith and enrolled on the Nutritional Therapy Science Access Course.”

How has studying nutritional therapy helped you personally?

“It was the best decision I ever made. If I hadn’t learnt about how nutrition and lifestyle impacts our health, I wouldn’t have been able to take control of my endometriosis in the way I did.”

The Institute for Optimum Nutrition has been providing nutrition training for over 35 years. For further information visit www.ion.ac.uk or call 020 8614 7800

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