Born Primal Episode 50: Gray Graham, Nutritional Therapy Association

Welcome back to this very special episode of Born Primal: Conversations With The Ancestral Health Community. If you’ve wondered where I’ve been, please check out The Evolved Recovery Show. This is my latest project where Susan McCauley (Evolve Nutrition) and I focus our efforts on helping those in recovery find holistic health. Whether you’re in recovery or not, it’s likely that someone in your life is affected by alcoholism or addiction. Plus it’s the same caliber of guests you’ve come to know and love from Born Primal!

Today, I have the honor of speaking with Gray Graham, the founder of the nutrition program I graduated from in 2013. Gray is also the author of Pottenger’s Prophecy and  joins me today from The Nutritional Therapy Association. If you’ve ever thought about a career in nutrition and health coaching, you’ll want to check out this  informative episode! To sign up for the NTP/NTC program, let them know Kendall sent you!

Podcast available on iTunes or Stitcher. You can also download the mp3 HERE or listen to the player below.


The Nutritional Therapy Association was incorporated as a vocational nutrition school in 1997 by Gray and Joy Graham with the primary goal of training Health Care Practitioners in the practice of Nutritional Therapy. NTA’s Nutritional Therapists address nutrition from a holistic perspective. The NTA trainings offer a clear alternative to the grain-based, low fat nightmare that is the official diet of modern America.  The Nutritional Therapy Association is founded on the beliefs of such nutritional pioneering greats as Weston A. Price and Dr. Francis A. Pottenger, considered two of the greatest scientific minds ever to research nutrition, food supplies and their effects on modern society.

Find out more about The Nutritional Therapy Association here! 


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