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

Fruit Soup?

We’ve all heard of fruit smoothies and juices, but fruit soups?...

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If you like chocolate, please read

For many people chocolate seems like a necessary part of our diet. People love it! And what’s not to love? It can be sweet, bitter, salty, creamy and satisfying....

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Exercising outside of the box

Going to the gym, running on a treadmill and lifting weights isn’t for everyone. Just like food is bio-individual, so is exercise....

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Healthier Doctors

Have you noticed that many doctors are not walking examples of health? It’s very odd. They’re the ones giving us advice on how to eat well and take care of our bodies, but many of them seem to be overweight themselves....

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What's in your pantry?

Many people avoid cooking because they believe they need all fresh ingredients to make a nutritious and delicious meal. While fresh fruit and vegetables do add a nice flavor to many meals, you might be overlooking several ingredients in your pantry that add up to not one, but several meals....

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The Dairy Debate

There are many different beliefs around dairy and whether or not it is good for you. It has been cited as being good for your bones, but it has also been found to contribute to menstrual pains, asthma, brain fog, mucus and a wide range of allergies....

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Experiment with Fat

Fat really isn’t as scary as we once thought it was. For decades people have subscribed to the low/non-fat diet in an effort to be skinny and healthy. What’s interesting is people are not skinnier or healthier.

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Live it up!

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you probably know that true health is more than just eating fruits, veggies whole grains and exercising. Being healthy also involves nurturing your relationships, having a career that you love and having a spiritual practice....

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