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Online Raw Food Nutritionist Diploma Course
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Online Raw Food Nutritionist Diploma Course - Be prepared for a change in not only what you eat but in your lifestyle and your health too.

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Online Raw Food Nutritionist Diploma Course

  • This course will take you up to 150 hours to complete working from home, there is no time limit to complete your course, it can be studied in your own time at your own pace
  • Up on completion of the course assessment questions you will receive your Raw Food Nutritionist Diploma Course certificates from the Centre of Excellence
  • 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.

 

Course contents:

SESSION 1:  STARTING OUT ON THE ROAD TO RAW...
  • What is raw food?
  • What are the benefits of eating raw food?
  • How quickly do I have to make the transition to a raw food diet?
  • Am I Allowed to Eat Cooked Foods?
  • Won’t I feel hungry on this eating plan?
  • How do I deal with cravings?
  • Won’t I feel deprived on this diet?
  • If I’m getting all this nutrition, do I need any supplements?
  • What do I do if I slip off the diet?
  • What do I do when eating out?
  • What are some ways to help me succeed on this diet?
SESSION 2: RAW FOOD LIFESTYLE
  • EAT ORGANIC
  • Soaking & Sprouting
  • Food Combining
  • Basic Food Combining Rules
  • Preparing Your Kitchen
  • Practicing Healthy Food Tips
  • Practicing Raw Eating Guidelines
  • Eating Consciously
SESSION 3: LOADS OF GREAT FOOD TO EAT
  • RAW, LIVING PLANT FOOD
  • VEGETABLES
  • FRUITS
  • BEANS & LEGUMES
  • NUTS, SEEDS, & OILS
  • GRAINS
  • SPICES & HERBS
  • NATURAL SWEETENERS
  • DRINKS
  • SALT
  • CONDIMENTS
  • FOODS TO AVOID
  • RAINBOW DIET
  • HEALTHY EATING ALTERNATIVES
  • POPULAR DISH SUBSTITUTIONS
SESSION 4: SUPER JUICES, SMOOTHIES, AND SHAKES
SESSION 5: EAT MORE VEGGIES: RAW SALADS AND SOUPS
SESSION 6: THE SECRET'S IN THE SAUCE: RAW DRESSINGS, DIPS, AND PATÉS
SESSION 7: BEYOND SALADS: RAW ENTREÉ AND VEGETABLE SIDES
  • Entrees
  • SIDE DISHES
SESSION 8: RAW SNACKS ON THE GO
SESSION 9: DELICIOUS RAW DESSERT

Description

Raw Food Nutritionist

“Let food be your medicine” said Hippocrates.

Welcome to this course on raw foods.  Be prepared for a change in not only what you eat but in your lifestyle and your health too.

Food can be medicine or food can be poison. When used as medicine it will allow the body to heal itself, as it was designed to do. Food is medicine if the food is whole, plant based food from nature -- vegetables and fruits, whole sprouted grains, seeds, nuts, beans and legumes -- these foods provide maximum nutrition and minimum calories.  Food is poison when it’s processed, refined and replete with unhealthy fats, sugar and salt -- what most modern people eat today and consider “normal”– as this pseudo food provides little nutrition and maximum calories.

Raw, living whole food prevents and in many cases reverses diseases like arthritis, pain, allergies, digestive ailments, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, skin problems, autoimmune disorders, and even cancer – which are considered lifestyle diseases as they were relatively rare one hundred years ago until we started processing our food. Instead of aches, pains, fatigue, illness and visits to the doctor’s office, you can invest your energy into pursuing your dreams and living life to the fullest.

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