If you are someone interested in taking your health to the next level, or you’re a health care practitioner looking to gain proficiency in advanced clinical nutrition, then you’ll be interested in checking out this fall’s offerings.
These courses have been developed over years of teaching and constantly updating them to reflect the latest research. Having worked with hundreds of clients, I make sense of the ever-growing body of information and how to apply it in a practical situation.
Come join a growing community of health enthusiasts, and health care practitioners.
Advanced Clinical Focus: Digestion and GI Health
Over 4-sessions you will learn how to identify imbalances in the GI tract, and understand the common root causes of health issues. The “5 R’s” of digestive healing will be used as a framework in examining how to restore balance in the GI tract through targeted diets, foods, neutraceuticals, and mind-body therapies. Find out more.
Dates: Sept. 9-30 (4 Tuesdays)
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm EST.
Therapeutic Nutrition and Supplements in Practice
This 6-session course includes detailed profiles of major nutritional supplements, supplementation protocols for many chronic and acute conditions, the healing properties of each supplement and food, and the subsequent health conditions each can improve and/or heal. Find out more.
Dates: Oct. 7 – Nov. 11 (6 Tuesdays)
Time: 6:00pm-9:30pm EST
Location: Online or In-person.
Investment: $340 online, $390 in person.
Applied Nutrition in Clinical Practice
During this 2-day session you will learn how to use Josh’s effective 7-step process to put together a customized nutritional protocol that includes a personalized diet, therapeutic foods, lifestyle recommendations, and therapeutic supplementation. We will focus on the detailed process of developing easy-to-follow “bullet-proof” programs for optimal client compliance. Find out more.
Dates: Nov. 22-23.
Time: 10:00am-4:00pm EST.
Location: Online or In-person
Investment: $345 online, $395 in-person.
I’m looking forward to seeing you this fall!
Interview with Amy SedgwickAugust 12, 2014
The Most Important Phase in Digestion (and the least discussed)August 26, 2014
August 15, 2014
Upcoming Courses in Clinical Nutrition