Certificate in Physiology – Vitamins & Minerals Course

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Physiology – Vitamins & Minerals Course

Physiology – Vitamins & Minerals Course Details:

Our cells can’t make their minerals or most vitamins which is why we need an intake of food rich with vitamins and minerals that our bodies need. As per RDA or recommended dietary allowance, there is a required amount of vitamins and minerals depending on age and gender. A lack of vitamins/minerals or overdosing can both cause harmful effects on our body and health.

Vitamins and minerals differ from each other. Vitamins are organic, and minerals are inorganic.  They are broken down differently such that vitamins can be broken down by heat, air or acid while minerals hold on to their structure.

At the end of this course, students shall learn how to: (1) comprehend the energy vitamins and their importance; (2) have knowledge of different vitamins, and minerals and their functions and (3) be familiar with calcium as the main mineral in the body.

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

Vitamins and minerals promote health, helps to maintain strong bones and tissue, as well as maintaining healthy, glowing skin. To ensure optimum health balanced meals are recommended.

Physiology – Vitamins & Minerals Course Highlights:

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

Physiology – Vitamins & Minerals 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.

Physiology – Vitamins & Minerals 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.

Physiology – Vitamins & Minerals Course Duration

The minimum period to have this study completed is 30 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 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 – The Energy Vitamins and Their Importance: B Vitamins

Ø Lesson 1 – The Energy Vitamins and Their Importance: B Vitamins (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 2 – Vitamin C, It’s Disease Prevention Role and Other Roles

Ø Lesson 2 – Vitamin C, It’s Disease Prevention Role and Other Roles (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 3 – Forms of Vitamin A and Its Importance in the Body

Ø Lesson 3 – Forms of Vitamin A and Its Importance in the Body (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 4 – Vitamin D and Various Body Functions

Ø Lesson 4 – Vitamin D and Various Body Functions (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 5 – Vitamin E, Sources and Supplements

Ø Lesson 5 – Vitamin E, Sources and Supplements (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 6 – Vitamin K, Sources and Functions

Ø Lesson 6 – Vitamin K, Sources and Functions (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 7 – Sodium, Chloride and Potassium as the Electrolyte Minerals

Ø Lesson 7 – Sodium, Chloride and Potassium as the Electrolyte Minerals (Quiz)

Ø Lesson 8 – Calcium as Main Mineral in the Body

Ø Lesson 8 – Calcium as a Main Mineral in the Body (Quiz)

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