Certified Nutritional Practitioner Designation
Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner Designation

Canadian Certification

IHN’s Diploma in Applied Holistic Nutrition is recognized and approved by two of Canada’s respected educational standards bodies: the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (IONC) and the Canadian Association of Natural Nutritional Practitioners (CANNP). The designation CNP is earned exclusively by graduates of IHN.

When nearing completion of the program, guidance for sourcing applications to register and submit to IONC or CANNP will be offered. Graduates of IHN are fully qualified, with no further examinations, to receive the RNCP/ROHP designation from the IONC or the NNCP designation from CANNP.

For more information about the IONC contact:

IONC
Tel: 905-815-9282
Toll Free: 866-540-1114
info@ionc.org
www.ionc.org

For more information regarding the CANNP contact:

CANNP
Tel: 519-787-2667
info@cannp.ca
www.cannp.ca

American Certification

Graduates of IHN’s Applied Holistic Nutrition program, who wish to practice in the United States, qualify to become professional members of the American organization, the National Association of Nutrition Professionals (USA). NANP is a non-profit business league of nutrition professionals originally founded in 1985 as the Society of Certified Nutritionists. The NANP represents holistically trained nutrition professionals. Their mission is to enhance the integrity of the holistic nutrition profession through self-governance, educational standards and a rigorous code of ethics.

For more information contact:

NANP
P.O. 2752
Berkeley, CA 94702
Tel: (800) 342-8037
Fax: (510) 580-9429
www.nanp.org
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