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AAA: The Road to Wellness: My Path to Becoming a Nutritionist with Victor Cozzetto (WTNC Graduate 2018)

What can becoming a Nutritionist entail? What are some real-world experiences? Hawthorn 2018 WTNC program graduate Victor Cozzetto joins us to share his personal story!

Please join us for Hawthorn’s All About Alumni presentation The Road to Wellness: My Path to Becoming a Nutritionist with Victor Cozzetto.

As we learn about Victor’s road to wellness, we will hear how and why he blends the old and the new in healing. He explains why traditional nutrition is the foundation for his holistic approach, and how 21st century science continues to reveal the wisdom of our ancestors. From Quantum Physics to Eastern Traditions, see how his decades long journey finally led him to become a nutritionist with a holistic approach.

Victor Cozzetto is a Computer Scientist and nutritionist; having graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Wise Traditions Nutrition certificate program at Hawthorn University. He started pursuing a wellness career when he found that mainstream education and the medical establishment disagreed with his own research and beliefs. He is passionate about the teachings and efforts of the Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) and is grateful to Hawthorn for providing formal education on the work of Dr. Price and holistic and ancestral knowledge. Victor has lived and worked overseas with his own IT business for over twenty years, and now focuses on coaching and mentoring for wellness with global partners through his Vitagenics website. He has won various technical awards, including the U.S. Air Force award for the “Best Technician in the World” for the combined fields of Computers, Communications, and Electronics, and he now uses his IT skills to support his wellness efforts. He currently spends his time living between Japan, Costa Rica, and the U.S.

Disclaimer: The webinars may present information that does not fully reflect Hawthorn University’s philosophy. Nonetheless, these presentations have been chosen because of their overall quality of information.