Tuesday, November 21, 2017

New York Herb School - Institute of Herbal Medicine & Nutrition. The Art of Healing with Herbs & Food.


     The New York Herb School - Institute of Herbal Medicine & Nutrition Offers Two Professional Certification Programs. A 6-Month Certification Program in Oriental Dietetics (The Art of Healing with Food) and a 12 - Month Certification Program Classical Chinese Herbology (The Art of Healing with Herbs). You can join the full programs or just take individual classes.




Professor Drew discussing the '5 Tastes of Food'
  
Our program in Classical Chinese Herbology encourages people from all walks of lifemedical professionals, laypeople, nutritionists, trainers, counselors, massage therapists and more—interested in improving their personal health and the health of their clients.

     The Five Element system of Chinese Medicine was developed by ancient sages who gave more attention to restoring the health of the body with herbs and healing foods and less attention to the treatment of disease. Their observations developed into a time-honored tradition of complete health care that has diagnosed, treated and prevented illness for well over 3,000 years.

     If you are a health care professional our programs are designed to de-mystify Chinese Herbalism and Oriental Dietetics for the western health care practitioner and give a working knowledge of terminology and protocols that can be successfully applied to complement your health care practice.

     Moreover, our training programs were created with an accessible format of classes meeting one weekend a month and includes both academic, online and clinical training in diagnosis, food therapy, and herbal treatment.

     The school offers an online pharmacy, private consultations, a student clinic, Support Groups (Wellness Circle), cooking classes, field trips, and an annual health retreat.

Monday, December 26, 2016

21 Day Detoxification Program - Friday Jan. 27th at 6PM


The 21-Day Purification Program.


FREE INTRO - January 27 at 6 PM.

FREE LECTURE on Friday, January 27 at 6 PM at the New York Open Center (22 East 30th Street).

Would you like to cleanse your body? Lose Weight? Feel More Energetic?

Professor Drew Divittorio is starting is starting his next 21 -Day Purification Program on Friday, January 27 - February 10. 6 PM - 7 PM. There will be a
FREE LECTURE on Friday, January 27 at 6 PM at the New York Open Center (22 East 30th Street).
Drew combines the most current scientific research with Oriental Medicine, creating a Detox Program that is the safest and most effective way to cleanse your body, lose weight and feel more energetic.
Now you can be guided through a 21-Day Program with the support of a small group meeting once a week for 3 weeks.

Here is what you will get when you sign up for the program.

▪ 65-page detoxification manual which includes meal plans, recipes, and educational materials.
▪ Two powerpoint presentations on Detoxification and Digestive Health
▪ Personalized herbal formula based on your pulse and tongue reading to balance your internal environment and to maintain good health.
▪ Specific antioxidants, probiotics, and nutrients to scavenge free radicals, induce Phase 2 liver pathways, and balance your digestive system
▪ Tai Chi Exercises to Enhance the cleansing Process.




What People are Saying About Professor Drew

Drew DiVittorio is an inspirational teacher who has the unique quality of bringing together the concepts of traditional Chinese Medicine with Modern Medicine and Nutrition. I recently attended his 4-week workshop for cleansing and detoxification in which we were given a wealth of information and guidance in order to bring our inner ecology into better balance. The workbooks he provided were comprehensive and understandable which made it probable that students would follow the 28-Day cleanse because each day had a plan. Rick
Before I met Drew, I experienced stomach bloating and a whole host of other gastrointestinal problems. after following the Healthy Living Program which included a variety of ancient Chinese herbs and healing foods, I look and feel more radiant. Thanks to Drew, I appreciate and listen to my body now.
Rachel, LCSW
Drew's knowledge of Chinese herbs and the 5 Elements is truly encyclopedic. You will reap great benefits from this class.
Nita Reiki Master/Teacher, and graduate of Drew's one-year study program for HealthProfessionals
Green Medicine - Drew DiVittorio - 12
Drew William DiVittorio is one of the top Herbalist in NYC, a Professional Speaker, a Nutritional Consultant for Corporations and maintains a Private Practice in Chinese Medicine. He is considered to be an expert in the clinical application of Herbal Medicine & Nutrition in the modern clinic. Drew is currently lecturing nationally on Nutrition, Chinese Medicine, and has been featured on Good Day New York, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, and Alive & Wellness with Carol Martin.
He is also a popular speaker at Colleges, Hospitals, Senior Communities, and Fortune 500 companies. His client list includes; NYU, Ronald McDonald House, Guilds Club, American Express, Motts Corporation, Snapple Corporation, Brooks Brothers, SONY, Arthur Anderson, Showtime, and Viacom.
Drew is currently the Founder and Primary Instructor at the New York Institute of Herbal Medicine & Nutrition, a one-year training program in Classical Chinese Herbology and the Art of Healing with Whole Foods. To date, the school has graduated, over 250 students.
Furthermore, Drew was national board certified by the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncturists and Oriental Medicine from 1999 - 2007. He is currently or was on the teaching staff at the University of Bridgeport Acupuncture Institute, Norwalk Community College, CCNY, New York Medicine College, and the New York Open Center.
Professor Drew DiVittorio
Oriental Medicine & Nutrition
New York Herb School - Institute of Herbal Medicine & Nutrition


Sunday, March 27, 2016

Dr. Mercola. How to Make Sense of Your Cholesterol Levels.


Cholesterol is a compound of the sterol type found in most body tissues, including the blood and the nerves. Cholesterol and its derivatives are important constituents of cell membranes and precursors of other steroid compounds, but high concentrations in the blood (mainly derived from animal fats in the diet) are thought to promote atherosclerosis.

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Dr. Mercola. Intermittent Fasting - A New Idea


Intermittent fasting is a powerful approach to eating that is becoming very popular because it can help you lose weight without feeling hunger, and help reduce your risk of chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease. If done correctly, intermittent fasting can also lead to better sleep and lots of energy.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Turkey Left Over Meat Balls - Gluten Free!!



This recipe uses finely chopped Brussel sprouts for a new taste and a healthy added vegetable to substitute for bread crumbs.



Top Ten Ways to Beat the Holiday Blues - Exercise, Herbs, Acupuncture and More!





 St. John's wort. St. John's wort is an herbal preparation from the Hypericum perforatum plant. It has long been used in folk medicine, and today it's widely prescribed in Europe to treat anxiety and depression.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

WORKSHOP! The EARTH ELEMENT - Herbal Formulas for the Spleen -Digestion, The Immune System, & Blood Sugar.



The Role of the Spleen (Pi) in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Yin Organs Overview by  and 


The spleen (pi), of all the organs in traditional Chinese medicine, bears the least resemblance to its Western counterpart. The latter deals primarily with production and destruction of red blood cells and storage of blood.
In traditional Chinese physiology, the spleen plays a central part in the health and vitality of the body, taking a lead role in the assimilation of nutrients and maintenance of physical strength. It turns digested food from the stomach into usable nutrients and qi. Entire schools of medicine were formed around this organ; the premise

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

WHY YOU SHOULD DRINK POTASSIUM SOUP?



Potassium Soup has antimutagenic, antioxidant and free radical scavenging activity from ethyl acetate extracts which are present in white, yellow and red onions

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