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150 hours Online Diet and Nutritional Advisor Course - Train to become a Nutritionist from the comfort of your own home with this comprehensive fully certified Diet and Nutrition Advisor course.

What's Included


  • Train to become a Nutritionist from the comfort of your own home with this comprehensive fully certified Diet and Nutrition Advisor course.
  • There is no time limit for completing this course, it can be studied in your own time at your own pace
  • The course is broken down into 14 units and will take around 150 hours of study to complete.
  • This course includes full tutor support. Our friendly course advisors are available via email 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any questions that you might have.
  • Assessment is through quizzes and written assessment which must be submitted for marking and appraisal either via email.
  • Start your own business. After successfully completing our Diet and Nutrition Advisor course, you will be sufficiently qualified to start and run your own private practice as a nutritionist or diet and nutrition advisor.
  • The student will receive three certificates - one from the Centre of Excellence online, one from the IAHT and one from the IANLPC
  • Accredited by the CMA (Complementary Medical Association). Upon completion of the course the student will be able to gain membership to the CMA and then receive their professional accreditation.
CourseContents

Module 1: Basic Anatomy and Physiology

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Introduction
  3. Circulatory System
  4. Digestive System
  5. Excretory System
  6. Nervous System
  7. Respiratory System
  8. Endocrine System
  9. Muscular System
  10. Assessment

Module 2: Macronutrients: Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Carbohydrates
  3. Fats
  4. Protein
  5. Assessment

Module 3: Human Nutrition and Importance of Vitamins and Antioxidants

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Introduction
  3. Fat-soluble Vitamins
  4. Water-soluble Vitamins
  5. Super Foods

Module 4: Minerals and Water

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Role of Water in the Body
  3. Minerals
  4. Absorption of Vitamins and Minerals
  5. Assessment

Module 5: Concepts of Healthy Eating and Weight Management

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Weight Gain
  3. Obesity Epidemic
  4. Obesity and Disease
  5. Childhood Obesity and How to Stop It
  6. Government Campaigns
  7. Calories and Weight Loss
  8. List of Everyday Foods and Calories
  9. Assessment

Module 6: Food and Disease

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Introduction
  3. Diabetes
  4. Dyslipidaemia and Heart Disease
  5. Hypertension
  6. Kidney Disease
  7. Cancer
  8. Premature Ageing
  9. Dental Caries
  10. PCOS
  11. Yeast Infections
  12. Arthritis
  13. Multiple Sclerosis
  14. Pregnancy Complications – Preeclampsia
  15. Irritable Bowel Disease
  16. Depression and Schizophrenia
  17. Asthma
  18. Assessment

Module 7: Diet Planning for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Introduction
  3. Healthy Eating Diet
  4. “5 a Day”
  5. One-day Dietary Regime for Healthy Eating
  6. Weight Loss Diet
  7. One-day Dietary Regime for Weight Loss
  8. Pregnancy Diet
  9. Mediterranean Diet – Cancer Prevention Diet
  10. Yeast Infections and Diets for Yeast Treatment
  11. One-day Dietary Regime for Yeast Treatment
  12. Heart-healthy Diet
  13. Assessment

Module 8: Vegetarian Diets

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Introduction
  3. Health Benefits of Vegetarian and Vegan Diets
  4. Health Risks of Vegetarian Diets
  5. Pregnancy and Veganism
  6. Assessment

Module 9: Dangers of Slimming Diets and Food Addiction

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Introduction
  3. Dangers of Slimming Diets
  4. Cravings and Food Addiction
  5. How to Stop Cravings and Overcome Addiction
  6. Carbohydrate Units
  7. Breaking the Craving Cycle
  8. Assessment

Module 10: Food Allergies and Intolerances

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Allergies
  3. Signs and Symptoms
  4. Risk Factors
  5. Intolerance
  6. Causes
  7. Food Allergy v Food Intolerance
  8. Diagnosis – Elimination Diet
  9. Celiac Disease and Non-celiac Gluten Sensitivity
  10. Milk Allergy
  11. Egg Allergy
  12. Tree Nut Allergy
  13. Fish and Shellfish Allergy
  14. Case Study
  15. Assessment

Module 11: Metabolism and Exercise

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Introduction
  3. Physical Activity and Exercise
  4. Metabolism and Weight Management
  5. Natural Metabolism Boosters
  6. Assessment

Module 12: Dietary Reference Values

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Dietary Reference Values
  3. Labels
  4. Assessment

MModule 13: Supplements

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Introduction
  3. Weight Loss Supplements
  4. Supplements for Gastrointestinal Problems
  5. Supplements for Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
  6. Supplements for High Cholesterol
  7. Supplements for Prostate Cancer
  8. Meal Replacements
  9. Assessment

Module 14: Tips for Nutrition Consultations

  1. Initial Visit (Assessment and Initial Advice)
  2. After the Initial Consultation
  3. Follow-up Visit(s)
  4. Useful Websites and Resources
  5. Useful Hand-outs

Description

In this course you will develop a strong foundational understanding of nutrition in the human body. Over 14 units you will come to understand the main systems of the human body, and how what humans consume (in diet and supplements) combines with their activity level (exercise) and pathology (dietary disorders) to determine their overall health.

You will explore the main systems of the human body, specifically looking at how nutrition is taken in and utilized to provide energy and build our bodies. You will learn about the various vitamins and minerals that humans need and how they work, while also exploring the impact of water and other nutrients on people. You will learn about metabolism, vegetarianism, fat storage and more. All of this works towards a final discussion on how to consult with future clients to help them understand the role that nutrition and activity level plays in their health, wellness and longevity. In short, you will learn how important a nutritionist can be in helping people to lead long, healthy lives.

This course is a distance learning course and is fully certified. Upon successful completion of the course assessment you can get insured to practice as a Nutritionist and to start seeing clients. For those looking to gain employment, a certificate in nutrition will enable you to work in a health food store or work in a nutrition research company. Gyms and fitness centres also welcome trained nutritionists to their teams.
You also have the option of setting up your own business and working as a self employed nutritionist.

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