Relax, enjoy refreshments and attend complimentary lectures
Saturday May 23, 2020
9:00 am to 3:30 pm
604 West Broadway, Suite 300
(one block west of the Cambie & Broadway Skytrain station)
IHN’s Diploma Program Overview in Applied Holistic Nutrition:
Courses, Certification, Faculty, Admission Requirements, & Campus Culture
With Campus Manager & Program Advisor Jason Madden CNP, BBA
Join this informative presentation to learn all about the Institute of Holistic Nutrition and our Applied Holistic Nutrition Diploma Program. Our Campus Manager, Jason Madden, will be discussing how to start the IHN program, including the process for application and admission requirements. You will also learn all about the certification that IHN provides and be informed about the broad range of experienced industry practitioners that make up our faculty. Information regarding our exclusive Work Experience Program and various career opportunities after graduation will also be covered. The lecture will also include experience on what a typical day is like as a student at IHN. Come discover the uniqueness of our program and learn more about IHN’s role in the community and field of natural health for the past 24 years.
Nutrition and The Environment: The Gut Microbiome and Mental Health
With Petra Sovcov CHT,
Join clinical herbal therapist Petra Sovcov as she explores the make-up of the gut microbiome and the evidence-based link to mental health. Learn how neurotransmitters and hormones are linked to the health of the human gastrointestinal tract. Also discussed will be the factors that may influence gut-health, such as diet, over the counter drugs, herbicides/pesticides, and even common food packaging. Learn what you can do to optimize your biome with the help of healthy food choices, supplements, environmental exposure mitigation, and herbs.
Nutritional Symptomatology I: Natural Approaches for Cancer
With Tahlia Sage CNP, BSc.
According to the Canadian Cancer Society, during one’s lifetime, 1 in 2 Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer and 1 in 4 will die from the disease. Fortunately, many of the common cancers can be prevented by reducing risk factors and implementing evidence-based prevention strategies. Join Certified Nutritional Practitioner Tahlia Sage to learn how to use foods and supplements to minimize the risk of cancer, and important nutrition strategies to consider during treatment to improve outcomes.
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