Certificate in Clinical Nutrition Course

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Clinical Nutrition Course

 

Clinical Nutrition Course Details:

The human body needs a good supply of energy which it can acquire through food intake. The best and simple approach to receive adequate nutrition is to consume a variety of foods from the four major food groups which are:  fruits, vegetables, grains, and proteins. Our body needs to digest, absorb and utilize all essential nutrients from these sources in order to stay in tip top shape.

The only way to maximize the benefits of these food sources is to combine it with a good healthy lifestyle. However, it can be difficult to develop, let alone follow a healthy eating habit since most people have a tight schedule and would most likely prefer the unhealthy option of takeout foods and the prepackaged or canned ones. Although it takes hard work, living healthy is within reach, especially under the guidance of a competent clinical nutritionist.

The main purpose of clinical nutrition is to help people maintain optimal and functional health. Clinical nutrition combines the scientific fields of nutrition and dietetics in crafting a personalized healthy diet plan for every individual. Every clinical nutritionist knows that there’s no one size fits all plan that works for everybody. This is why they need to get training and education necessary to prime their clients towards a healthy way of life.

At the end of this course, students shall develop a full understanding of: (1)  process of digestion; (2)  general adaption syndrome; (3)  importance of minerals; (4) carbohydrates; (5)  cell structure; (6) tissue salts; (7)  variety of diets; (8) weight management practices; (9) the function of the organs of digestion; (9) creating personalized eating programmes; (10) exercise habits; (11) stress management; (12) functions of essential fatty acids; (13) getting rid of toxins; (14) PMS (15) allergies; (16) how to fight ageing; (17) different types of eating disorders; and (18) the practice of iridology.

To achieve these goals, this Course Space Certificate in Clinical Nutrition course  students should make use of the interactive materials. Assessments shall be done after each module to check for knowledge retention and understanding.

Clinical Nutrition Course Highlights:

  • 12-month full access to online course materials
  • Learning materials and resources provided by Course Space
  • Modules encompassing wide-ranging topics about Clinical Nutrition
  • Accessibility and affordability wrapped in one
  • A well-recognised certificate upon course completion

Clinical Nutrition Course Certificate

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Once you have completed this course, every student will have his or her certificate. This certificate can be used as a tool to build your resume, as it helps validate their skill and learning experience.

Clinical Nutrition Course Format

This course is divided into several lessons, which is delivered online with the help of our interactive learning management system. Students will have access to the learning portal, and through this portal, they will be able to access the course 24/7. This allows them to have absolute control over their learning pace and as well enable them to study from the comfort of their home, office or using their laptop while traveling.

Clinical Nutrition Course Duration

The minimum period of time to have this study completed is 40 hours; however, this is only an estimate because the duration to complete this course depends solely on the ability of the learner to absorb information. Right from the enrolment date, learners will have absolute access to the course for a period of 12 months, and learners will be given the opportunity to complete the course during this period at any time.

Enrol on this course and discover these interesting topics:

Ø Lesson 1 – What is Clinical Nutrition?

Ø Lesson 1 – What is Clinical Nutrition? (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 2 – Process of Digestion

Ø Lesson 2 – Process of Digestion (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 3 – General Adaption Syndrome

Ø Lesson 3 – General Adaption Syndrome (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 4 – Importance of Minerals

Ø Lesson 4 – Importance of Minerals (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 5 – What are Carbohydrates?

Ø Lesson 5 – What are Carbohydrates? (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 6 – Cell Structure

Ø Lesson 6 – Cell Structure (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 7 – Understanding Tissue Salts

Ø Lesson 7 – Understanding Tissue Salts (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 8 – A Variety of Diets

Ø Lesson 8 – A Variety of Diets (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 9 – Managing Your Weight

Ø Lesson 9 – Managing Your Weight (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 10 – Losing Weight

Ø Lesson 10 – Losing Weight (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 11 – The Organs of Digestion

Ø Lesson 11 – The Organs of Digestion (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 12 – Eating Programmes

Ø Lesson 12 – Eating Programmes (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 13 – Exercise

Ø Lesson 13 – Exercise (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 14 – Understanding Stress

Ø Lesson 14 – Understanding Stress (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 15 – Essential Fatty Acids

Ø Lesson 15 – Essential Fatty Acids (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 16 – Getting Rid of Toxins

Ø Lesson 16 – Getting Rid of Toxins (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 17 – Pre-Menstrual Syndrome

Ø Lesson 17 – Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 18 – Allergies

Ø Lesson 18 – Allergies (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 19 – How to Fight Ageing

Ø Lesson 19 – How to Fight Ageing (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 20 – Allergies

Ø Lesson 20 – Allergies (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 21 – Types of Eating Disorders

Ø Lesson 21 – Types of Eating Disorders (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 22 – Iridology

Ø Lesson 22 – Iridology (Quiz)

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