Learn the basics of Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy to use alongside another discipline such as homeopathy, shiatsu or reflexology
This course (units 1-4) provides you with the basics of Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy which you can use alongside another discipline such as homeopathy, shiatsu or reflexology. Learn how you can enhance your client’s health by making simple dietary changes and providing healthy lifestyle advice. The course is fully accredited at Nutrition Advisor level with the Federation of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners (FNTP) and leads to student membership with the Society of Naturopaths (SoN) and Naturopathic Nutrition Association (NNA). The nutrition courses available from the School of Health are designed to be extremely flexible allowing the student to obtain a qualification as a Nutritional Advisor upon completion of units 1-4, a Nutritional Therapist qualification after successful completion of units 4-8 and an advanced Nutritional Therapist qualification after completion of units 9-12. The way that the course is structured therefore allows you to begin practicing after completion of unit 4 and a 2 day attendance clinical event. Further clinical events must be attended to obtain the higher qualifications. The advisor course is correspondence and allows the student to work at their own speed in the comfort of their own home. Topics include macro and micro nutrients, evolution of human nutrition and nutritional medicine, healthy lifestyle advice, different diets, acid and alkaline balance, dietary analysis, fasting, blood glucose control, allergies and liver detoxification. A 2 day clinical event is required to obtain your Nutrition Advisor certificate which will allow you to obtain indemnity insurance and provide basic nutritional advice in practice.
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Learn the basics of Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy which you can use alongside another discipline such as homeopathy, shiatsu or reflexology.
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