Marcello Di Carlo, CNP, NNCP, R.BIE, C.IR

Marcello graduated from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition as a Certified Nutritional Practitioner and Clinical Iridologist. He is also a Registered BioEnergetics Intolerance Elimination Practitioner from the Institute of Natural Health Technologies and runs a private clinical practice in Mississauga Ontario.

Marcello is extremely passionate about holistic health and nutrition. He began in the natural health products field thus giving him knowledge of key nutrients needed for health. In practice, his belief is balance is everything and that our bodies are capable of healing themselves naturally, given the right tools. His expertise lies in finding the root cause of his client’s symptoms and dealing with each one accordingly using all his modalities together creating a complete plan to help achieve optimal health. He has held many talks across clinics in the GTA educating and promoting the importance of nutrition and natural health. Marcello’s dedication to continued research in the natural health care field keeps him current and abreast with new and upcoming technologies and knowledge. He is honored to advocate health and wellbeing to his students and clients alike. In addition to his private practice, Marcello is proud to utilize his knowledge and clinical experience in teaching Nutritional Symptomatology Part 1 at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition’s Mississauga Campus.

  • NS 003 Nutritional Symptomatology Part I

    Understand the clinical assessment of nutritional status by interpreting physiological symptoms and their relationships to nutritional deficiencies and excesses. Learn the inter-relationships that exist between nutrients and how these play a critical role in determining optimal nutritional requirements. Students will develop foundational as well as specific protocols for balanced nutritional health. Students will understand how physiological symptoms reflect and determine one’s nutritional status. Students will learn the essential principles of biochemical individuality and how this plays a critical role in determining optimal nutritional requirements, specific nutritional deficiencies and toxicities.