After last night's festivities, getting up at 7 a.m. to prepare for an Open House at ION in Richmond was pretty R-O-U-G-H! I pretty much crawled out of bed and into the shower but in the end I'm glad I went. T and I sat through a 1 1/2 hour presentation about the 3 year Nutritional Therapy program. ION's diploma program is accredited by the Nutritional Therapy Council and is also recognized by BANT (British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy. The program is part time and I'll be attending once a month lectures and seminars along with clinical training sessions. The open house was informative but it also solidified what I already knew from my own research. If I decide to do it, I won't be starting the course until next year because I'll have to complete their science access courses (Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology-YIKES!!!!) since I haven't done a science course since high school. I'm about 70% sure I'll be doing the course but I'm leaving the 30% to doubt about whether I should go back to school and become a Dietician rather than being an NT but that's a whole other story.
After the long morning, we stopped by One Kew Road restaurant for lunch. It looked promising aka nice decor, had numerous patrons but we were pretty meh on the food (except the starter).http://www.onekewroadrichmond.co.uk/
Agenda: Lahore Kabob house