Emperor’s College is excited to announce the launch of its new concentration in East/West Nutrition and that the first course in the series, “Principles of East-West Nutrition,” will be open to the public.

Meeting one evening a week, this 11-week course will cover the basic philosophies of nutrition from an Eastern and Western perspective. The first part of the course, team taught by highly regarded instructors,  introduces students to a variety of dietary traditions including Greek, Unani, Tibetan, Ayurvedic, and Chinese medicine and the common foods/herbs with their uses in each system. The final  part of the course will focus on modern holistic nutrition approaches throughout the West. 

The East-West Nutrition program rounds out the school’s introduction of concentrations which rolled out in the fall of 2014 with offerings in Nei Gong, Classical, Korean and Japanese acupuncture. The concentrations allow students who find themselves drawn to a particular styles of acupuncture/Oriental medicine a focused way to organize a combination of classroom and clinical experiences.  This is done in addition to the required general program of study in acupuncture, herbal medicine, western medicine, and other areas.

CLASS STARTS SEPTEMBER 24th! To learn more, call (310)453-8300 x 107, or download the registration form here: http://bit.ly/1KIYBIo

About Emperor’s College:

Based in Santa Monica/Los Angeles, CA, Emperor’s College is widely regarded as one of the top acupuncture and Oriental medicine medical schools in the West. A vibrant community of professional holistic and natural healing, the school, ranked #2 nationally, has been a leader in the field of oriental medicine education for over 30 years. For more information, visit emperors.edu.