Students will become familiar with the skills relevant to nutritional assessment including analysis of dietary records; observational methods; and the selection and interpretation of clinical laboratory tests. Integrating a foundation in nutritional biochemistry with nutritional assessment, students will learn to generate a rational, practical treatment plan that incorporates whole foods and nutritional supplementation within the broader context of health inputs. Common health concerns including heart disease, diabetes, chronic inflammation, obesity, eating disorders and gastrointestinal disorders will be discussed from a biopsychosocial perspective. Drug-nutrient reactions will be addressed.
- Post Master`s Certificate in Nutrition and Integrative Health