The Next Step in Your Career
A common credential, such as Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition® demonstrates our unity as an industry and opens the door to assert ourselves as a viable part of the healthcare delivery system, proving that we undergo the same rigors as other health professionals. Those rigors include: getting a standardized education, passing a national board exam, staying on top of what’s current in our industry (obtaining CEUs), and going through the credentialing process.
Boost Your Credibility with Board Certification
Becoming Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition® or BCHN® demonstrates that you have achieved the highest level of professional recognition and validation of your knowledge and experience in the holistic nutrition industry.
To earn this valuable designation, you must demonstrate an exceptional level of knowledge and understanding of holistic nutrition by passing the board exam and documenting client contact hours.
Benefits of Board Certification
Showcase your educational and professional qualifications (and show off your hard work, time, passion, and commitment to the holistic health industry!).
There is nothing more personally gratifying than knowing you have achieved the highest credential offered in your field! You should feel proud and excited to share your accomplishment with everyone you meet.
Doors open when you share that you are board-certified. Doctors, wellness companies, state/federal agencies, schools, corporations, supplement manufacturers/distributors, and more are taking note of this important designation.
Find Out More About Board Certification
About the Holistic Nutrition Credentialing Board
The Holistic Nutrition Credentialing Board (HNCB) is the credentialing body founded in 2003 as a division of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals (NANP).
Watch the informative video below to learn all about becoming Board Certified.
Download important HNCB forms and templates
“I wanted to send this note of appreciation for your fine organization and the contribution it makes to the nutrition profession. I also wanted to particularly thank your organization for the development of your Certification Board Examination.”