This program will teach you how to develop a practice using diet and lifestyle as primary intervention tools; and specific protocols for helping people to regain and/or maintain their health. It is designed for doctors, physician assistants, dietitians, nurses, physical therapists, nutritionists, and all health professionals, but participation is open to anyone.
Topics include a review of the science of diet and health; diet and disease; diabetes; heart disease; autoimmune diseases; gastrointestinal diseases; women’s health; men’s health; children’s health; vaccinations; mental health; cancer treatment; and musculoskeletal conditions.
You do not have to be a practitioner to take this course; laypersons are welcome too!
39 CME’s for physicians; 39 contact hours for nurses; 39 level 3 CPEs for dietitians
Upon completion of the course, the healthcare provider will be able to:
Who should take this course:
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