If you are interested in expanding your knowledge of nutrition, but are not yet able to commit to the Natural Nutrition Diploma Program, then the Introductory Program is for you!
We are now offering the first two courses of the Natural Nutrition Diploma Program as a stand-alone program. Learn the foundations of nutrition that will help you and your loved ones lead healthier lives.
The Fundamentals of Nutrition I course offers a comprehensive overview of the field of nutrition, which leads to a study and understanding of the link between nutrition and preventive medicine. The course explains the role of macronutrients, vitamins and minerals, and the importance of water in the diet. It describes how certain dietary habits undermine our health and provides suggestions for overcoming these habits. In addition, it analyzes the effects of pollution on our health and the health of the planet. (24.5 hours)
Through a diet of high nutritional quality, we can support life at every stage. Fundamentals of Nutrition II explains the ten key components of a healthy diet and discusses the changing nutritional needs of various age groups during growth and development. Students learn the health benefits of and basic guidelines for fasting and detoxification. (17.5 hours).
Start dates in Spring 2020!
Monday/Wednesday Day (Twice a week)
Tuesday Evening (Once per week)
Spring schedules here.
Provide a complete registration package to the Vancouver Branch either by mail, email or in person. We cannot process a partial receipt of documents, so be sure that everything is included so that we can reserve your place. Once your application has been reviewed and accepted, you will receive a welcome package, which includes: an acceptance letter, copy of your student contract signed by the Vancouver branch, book list, text book order form, schedule, and information on the first course in the program.
Registration packages are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you have any questions about the registration process, please visit the Vancouver branch in person or phone 604-730-5611 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We strongly recommend you make an appointment to meet with Jenn, our Academic Advisor, for a one-on-one orientation session. This is a great opportunity to find out more about the program, the profession, and have your questions answered.
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