Eman Nasr CNP

Eman Nasr is a Certified Nutritional Practitioner and Endocrinology Consultant. She received her Honors Bachelor degree in Medicine and Surgery from Cairo University in Egypt, followed by a Master’s Degree in Internal Medicine and a Medical Doctorate Degree in Internal Medicine from Cairo University in Egypt. She graduated on the Deans Honor List from The Institute of Holistic Nutrition’s Mississauga Campus and is also a member of the Endocrine Society and the Royal Colleges of Physicians of UK. Prior to settling in Canada, Eman was an Instructor and Assistant Lecturer of internal medicine to medical school undergraduate students at Cairo University Medical School. After carrying a successful medical career as an Endocrinology Consultant in Egypt and Saudi Arabia, Eman moved to Canada and earned her Diploma in Applied Holistic Nutrition from The Institute of Holistic Nutrition. As a Certified Nutritional Practitioner, Eman strives to help people improve their health in a complementary way to her original career. Her medical education, and career, will be an advantage to her future nutritional services. Eman is particularly passionate and interested in endocrine disorders and hormonal imbalance. Eman teaches Biological Chemistry and Advanced Nutrition Research at the North York and Mississauga Campuses of the Institute of Holistic Nutrition.

  • BC001 Biological Chemistry

    This introduction to chemistry will aid understanding towards the nature of atomic structure, qualitative chemical reactions and how they originate in our environment and other living organisms. This course will also cover nomenclature, isomerism, main functional groups, properties and characteristics of organic compounds including an introduction to the physical, structural and biological properties of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and nucleic acids.

  • NR006 Advanced Nutrition Research

    Emphasis in this course will be given to statistical research techniques used by academics and practitioners in the field of nutrition. The course involves examining ethical considerations, appropriateness, reliability and validity of research designs. Students will be encouraged to critically analyze research literature in this field.