Thank you for your support in promoting the 2019 Nutritional Therapy Association Conference!

The conference will be in Portland, OR on March 1-3 with pre-conference workshops on Thursday, February 28.

We have an exceptional lineup of speakers and are expecting around 800 people from all over the country, including of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners and Consultants, body workers, holistic healthcare professionals, ranchers/farmers, researchers, and educated consumers.

Below you will find resources we’ve created to assist you in helping us to promote the conference, including a suggested promotion schedule, sample email copy, and social media posts.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at marketing@nutritionaltherapy.com.

And don’t forget! Please share your Roots affiliate code with your audience. You’ll receive $20 for every ticket sold through your link. If you have questions or need your code resent, please feel free to email events@nutritionaltherapy.com.


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Email Copy for Emails 1 and 2

Email 1:

Subject Lines:  

  • You’re invited to the NTA’s 12th Annual Conference: Roots  
  • Save the Date! NTA’s Annual Conference   
  • Grow roots with your community  

Mark your calendars!  The NTA’s 12th Annual Conference: Roots will be held March 1-3, 2019 in beautiful Portland, Oregon.  This year’s conference brings together experts from diverse fields to take a deep dive into the root causes of systemic health problems, investigate how we can grow strong roots in our food delivery system, and provide an opportunity for you to grow roots with your NTA community.  

During the conference, you’ll experience:  

  • Keynote speakers who’ll provide grounds for new data and research, inspiring stories and actionable steps to take within your practice (see what I’ll be talking about here)   
  • Breakout sessions with like-minded visionaries that will help you go in-depth into industry-relevant topics  
  • Networking opportunities with your community, speakers, and exhibitors   
  • Banquets and healthy catered meals to keep you fueled and energized throughout the weekend  

Join me in Portland, Oregon March 1-3, 2019. For more information and to see a full list of speakers and exhibitors, check out the <conference website>(https://www.nutritionaltherapyconference.com/).   

<Register for the NTA Annual Conference> (https://www.nutritionaltherapyconference.com/register/   

Email 2:

Subject Lines:  

  • Are you coming?  
  • Meet me in Portland!  
  • Our community’s biggest event of the year!  

Have you been thinking about attending the NTA Annual Conference? This year’s conference will be better than ever and was designed with you in mind. Not only will you get to experience one of the healthiest cities in America, you’ll hear from a lineup of diverse speakers (like me!) who will be bringing the topics you asked for to the table:   

  • Exploring root causes of systemic health problems  
  • Growing strong roots in our food delivery system  
  • Exposing outdated notions associated with diet and weight loss  
  • Learning advanced nutrition techniques for mood and cognitive performance  
  • Navigating relationships with different belief systems, toxicity, money, and more 

Save the date and join me in Portland, Oregon March 1-3, 2019 for Roots: NTA’s 12th Annual Conference.   

For more information and to see a full list of speakers and exhibitors, check out the <conference website>(https://www.nutritionaltherapyconference.com/).   

<Register for the NTA Annual Conference> (https://www.nutritionaltherapyconference.com/register/ 


Sample Social Media Copy

Please tag us and use the hashtag #NTACON when you post!

Facebook: @Nutritional Therapy Association

Twitter: @NTAtraining

Instagram: @NTAtraining

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  • Curious about why addressing the root cause of health problems is so important? Find out everything you need to know from the exceptional lineup of speakers at NTA’s 12th Annual Conference. Get your tickets today for Roots, on March 1-3, 2019 in Portland, OR. Speakers include Chris Kresser, M.S., L.A.c, Dian Ginsberg, M.S., FACOG, Leslie Korn, PhD, MPH, LMHC, ACS, NTP,  Tieraona Low Dog, M.D., Gena Kadar, DC, M.S.MEdL, CNS and many more! nutritionaltherapyconference.com
  • Want to be a part of the holistic health paradigm shift? Get your tickets today for the NTA’s 12th Annual Conference, Roots, on March 1-3, 2019 in Portland, OR. Speakers include Chris Kresser, M.S., L.A.c, Dian Ginsberg, M.S., FACOG, Leslie Korn, PhD, MPH, LMHC, ACS, NTP,  Tieraona Low Dog, M.D., Gena Kadar, DC, M.S.MEdL, CNS and many more! Stay Tuned for Pre-Conference Events! http://www.nutritionaltherapyconference.com



  • Join me for the Nutritional Therapy Association’s 12th annual conference! Tickets on sale now! #NTACON http://bit.ly/2EJZBKt
  • Learn how to go back to the root cause instead of chasing symptoms at NTA’s 12th annual conference on March 1-3 in Portland, OR! #NTACON http://bit.ly/2EJZBKt
  • Join me for 3 days of empowering seminars, healthy exhibitors and supportive community #NTACON http://bit.ly/2EJZBKt


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Additional Resources

Articles & Podcasts about Nutritional Therapy Association:

Real Food Liz by Liz Wolfe: Nutritional Therapy Association NTP Program Review

Real Food Liz Video about NTA: https://youtu.be/Yij9yJqadNE

Primal-Balance, Born Primal Podcast by Kendal Kendrick: http://primal-balance.com/born-primal-episode-50-gray-graham-nutritional-therapy-association/

Tasty Yummies: My Path to Becoming a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner








Empowering Individuals

We provide students with actionable knowledge and evaluative tools to transform their health, families, communities, and careers.

Cultivating a Community

From classes, to conferences, to meetups, we provide a supportive place for the community to learn, connect, and be themselves.

Healing The World

We are part of a global paradigm shift toward sustainable food, holistic healing, balanced lifestyles, and authentic relationships.

Our Approach to Nutritional Therapy

We believe that most health problems result from imbalances in what we call “The Foundations”:

  • Digestion
  • Blood Sugar Regulation
  • Fatty Acids
  • Minerals
  • Hydration

Though some people may be predisposed to certain diseases, it is critical to understand that “predisposed” does not mean “guaranteed.” As Chris Kresser stated at the NTA’s 8th Annual Conference: “Genes load the gun. Lifestyle pulls the trigger.” No, your genes are not your fate. What you eat and how you live directly affects which genes are expressed and in what way. Epigenetics trumps genetics. This is good news! You have the power to improve your health by eating a nutrient-dense, properly prepared diet and balancing the five foundations. When these foundations get out of balance through a poor diet and unhealthy lifestyle, we start to experience a host of unwanted symptoms: weight gain, skin issues, fatigue, hormonal imbalances, and worse. By supporting each of these foundations through diet and lifestyle, the body’s chemistry can be brought back into balance, helping people enhance their health naturally. The body’s default mode is health if—and this is a big if—it gets the basic building blocks it needs to function properly and build healthy cells, tissues, organs, and systems.

What We Do

The Nutritional Therapy Association:

  • Offers certification programs in Nutritional Therapy, including the Nutritional Therapy Practitioner™ (NTP) program and the Nutritional Therapy Consultant™ (NTC) program.
  • Holds annual and regional conferences to bring together the community, provide continuing education, and showcase the brightest minds.
  • Provides education, resources, tools, and software to empower Nutritional Therapists and holistic health care professionals.
  • Publishes an annual magazine for members, the Live Nourished Journal.