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Dr. Kay Curtis

I’m an educator that went back to school to become a nutritionist because I couldn’t stand the behavior problems that were being addressed with drugs rather than targeting and handling the nutrient depleted diets children were on.

I attended the Global College of Natural Medicine where I completed 500 hours of training in all aspects of nutrition and am certified by The American Association of Drugless Practitioners.  I have also completed education as a Nutritional Response Testing Practitioner through the Ulan Nutritional Systems and have a certification as a Hormone Health Practitioner.

I have completed over 300 hours of continuing education and have recently obtained an additional Certification in Applied Clinical Nutrition from the Southern California University of Health Sciences.

I attend 120 to 140 hours of Continuing Education classes a year because I love to learn and it’s important to do in order to continue to help others.

Blogger Since 2014-03-01 18:46:11

1 Posts by Dr. Kay Curtis

Zinc Deficiency – Not A Good Idea

Zinc is a trace mineral we can’t live without. Surprisingly, 75% of people in our over-fed and undernourished Western nations…..

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