If you're considering a career in nutrition or seeking answers to how to live a fuller, healthier life through better nutrition, episode two of Saybrook Insights features an extensive discussion with our Integrative Functional Nutrition program's department chair. You'll also learn what goes into getting the degree and a host of other insights from our guest, Dr. Jessica Weissman. To learn more, go to https://www.saybrook.edu/areas-of-study/integrative-functional-nutrition/
Whether it is the millions of people who are dieting to lose weight or those who desire to eat as healthfully as possible or those that are looking to get as “jacked” as possible how do we support people in their various journies? Moreover, how do individuals in each category determine how to approach in the best, most health-conscious way?
Enter Dr. Jessica Weissman, Department Chair for the Saybrook University Integrative and Functional Nutrition programs. In just a few years since the program's beginning, enrollment has grown, and they have added a Ph.D. program to support the faculty pipeline and those students who desire to level up in their profession. As importantly, our IFN graduates are going on to jobs across the United States. Known for its rigor, commitment to humanistic values, and exceptional training, the program continues to see outstanding outcomes in its graduates. There's a lot to learn from Dr. Weissman regarding the "holistic" truths. Indeed, we think you'll find this episode full of interesting insights, helping us decode how we can live healthier, more holistic lives.