Joshua Rosenthal
Joshua Rosenthal is the Founder and Director of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. He has worked in the nutrition field for more than 25 years, teaching at the school alongside health leaders including Andrew Weil, Deepak Chopra and Barry Sears. At Integrative Nutrition students are trained as Health Coaches, receiving the holistic nutrition education necessary for them go out into the world and help others improve their health and happiness.

Articles by Joshua Rosenthal

Is Your Diet too Strict?

Have you ever noticed when someone tells you not to do something, you want to do it even more? Our curiosity perks up when something is forbidden. Let’s take junk food for example. A lot parents are aware that junk food is not good for their children....

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Confused about Soy Protein?

Soy can be a confusing, almost controversial food in the nutrition world. Health food stores carry it, but that doesn’t always mean it’s good for you. Soybeans are a great source of protein, but they are also difficult to digest because most forms are highly processed....

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What’s the Beef with Animal Protein?

Most Americans eat too much protein and it is usually due to animal meat. Beef, pork, ham and chicken are great sources of protein, but it can also lead to other health issues when consumed in large quantities....

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Experiment with Protein

Do you remember building things as a kid? Did you use Lego’s, regular wooden blocks, or both? Some of you may have built really tall model buildings using just wooden blocks while others could never get them to balance and preferred Lego’s. Maybe some of you liked the look of both!

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Find Your Food Traditions

When you think of Americans, what type of food do you imagine?   Most of us are not eating locally grown foods, we are eating foods that we can easily grab at a fast food restaurant or convenient store....

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Traditional Grains

Some people have trouble digesting whole grains. Sally Fallon, founding president of the Weston A....

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Why Sweet Vegetables?

Almost everyone craves sweets. Instead of depending on processed sugar, you can add more naturally sweet flavor to your daily diet and dramatically reduce sweet cravings....

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