I “was” considering enrolling in IINs program until….I decided that it would be prudent to do some research to learn more about the curriculum, methodologies, etc. I found more negative information and comments than positive. Comments came from former employees and students stating that the company’s leader/CEO discriminates against women; employee morale is extremely low; employee turnover is high; that the curriculum is based on the CEO’s opinions and beliefs and not on sound science and medicine, or proven, factual and true information. I also found available articles regarding critiques from medical doctors, nutritionists, etc……none had any positive comments. Too, the AADP is not recognized for being a highly recognized credentialing organization. To anyone thinking about going through this program, do your research and compare programs. There are better programs out there. From my research, it just doesn’t add up. I’ll put my money and hard work into a program that will give me the most complete and well-rounded education that will adequately prepare me to work with a diverse clientele and give me the leading edge. It just doesn’t appear that IIN can do that.