Therapeutic Nutrition & Supplementation in Practice CETNS
This course helps practitioners make sense of the vast amount of research and public dialogue on therapeutic nutrition and supplementation. It is designed for health care practitioners interested in increasing their knowledge of using foods and supplements therapeutically. We will discuss the scientifically supported healing properties of each supplement and therapeutic/super food, their basic mechanism of action, and highlight the best evidence-based interventions for common health conditions they can improve and/or heal. Protocols will include recommendations for usage, dosages, interrelationships and interactions with other nutrients, and contraindications. Participants will learn which nutrients drugs deplete, which supplements can reduce these side effects, and what to look for in choosing quality supplements.
FORMAT: Online, LIVE
LOCATION: Zoom Classroom
SESSIONS: 8 Tuesdays
DATES: Apr 11, 18, 25 | May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
TIME: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm Eastern / 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Pacific
* Most of our courses begin in the evening (Eastern time, Canada) but since Vanessa is currently in Berlin, Germany doing her PhD, and is 6 hours ahead of our time zone, we are starting earlier to accommodate the time difference.
REQUIRED TEXT: Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, by Michael Murray ND & Joseph Pizzorno ND
FEE: $460 + HST
REQUIRED DIGITAL COURSE NOTES: $30 + HST
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: April 5, 2023
SESSION 1 &2
DATE: Tuesday April 11 & 18
ADVANCED CONCEPTS: Topics in Supplementation; What to look for in general in supplements and Vitamin Supplementation; Mineral Supplementation and Drug Interactions
CONCEPTS: Issues/Controversy in the Supplement industry; What to look for in a supplement (source, excipients), and compliance issues; Overview of the functions of vitamins, health indications, and dosages: RDAs versus ODA; Food sources; Drug-Nutrient Depletions; Drug–supplement interaction; To supplement or not to supplement –absorption and toxicity issues; Overview of the functions of minerals, health indications and dosages: RDAs versus ODA; Food sources; Drug-Nutrient Depletions; Drug–supplement interactions; To supplement or not to supplement –absorption and toxicity issues.
SESSION 3 & 4
DATE: Tuesday April 25 & May 2
ADVANCED CONCEPTS: Macro Nutrient And Digestive Supplements 2; Other Non-Nutrient Supplements; Other Non-Nutrient Supplements part 2 + Uses/Age-Specific Supplementation
CONCEPTS: Protein and Amino Acid supplementation; Fatty acid supplements; Digestive Enzymes and HCl replacement; Probiotics; Fiber Supplements; Collagen/Hyaluronic acid; Accessory Nutrients; Medicinal Herbs; Medicinal Mushrooms; Juicing/Green drinks; Superfoods; Pediatric supplementation
SESSION 5 & 6
DATE: Tuesday May 9 & 16
ADVANCED CONCEPT: Supplements/therapeutic diets for Specific Conditions
CONCEPTS: Barriers to treatment and Health Maintenance; Mental health disorders (Depression, ADHD, Autism, Addiction, Schizophrenia); Cardio/neurovascular disease/diabetes; Arthritis (RA, OA, Fibromyalgia)
SESSION 7 & 8
DATE: Tuesday May 23 & 30
ADVANCED CONCEPT: Supplements/therapeutic diets For Specific Conditions
CONCEPTS: Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBS, CD, UC); Lung disorders (Asthma); Endocrine disorders (Hypothyroidism, PMS, Menopause); Skin Disorders (Acne, Eczema); Obesity and Cancer
WEBINAR FOR THIS COURSE:
Tuesday March 21 2023, 2:00 pm Eastern
*watch for details in the IHN Weekly Digest, or if you are not an IHN student or graduate, please feel free to join our IHN This Week e-newsletter where you will get details about this webinar.
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ACCESS TO MATERIAL:
The day before the course starts registered students will receive an email with LINKS to:
— A copy of the complete Course Outline with test and assignment dates
— Zoom Login and Password
— Digital Course Notes/PowerPoint Presentation Session 1 of 8
— Sessions 2 to 8 will be sent to registered students after the first class, on the Friday that follows
— Recordings of each session are sent to registered students the following day
ARE YOU OUTSIDE OF OUR TIME ZONES?
You may request to be considered for receiving replays (recordings) of the course with or without earning the Certificate of Completion. We can accommodate schedules on a case-by-case basis. If there is a test or exam scheduled, students must make an exception for attending LIVE on test or exam evening. If they are not able, students must make arrangements with the IHN administration to proctor the test or exam. If students do not need/want a Certificate of Completion the test or exam does not need to be written. For more information please contact Julia Rickert at email@example.com
CAN’T ATTEND LIVE?
Even if you are within our time zones and still can’t attend the LIVE classes, you can learn through recordings sent directly to you the day after the LIVE class. You will be able to join the class online community group and have your emailed-in questions answered by faculty during the next class. You will have access to all of the recordings throughout the entire run of the course, and 30 days after the course ends. For more information please contact Jenn-Marie Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org