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Clinical Nutrition Advanced Course

272 students enrolled
English
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Here's what you'll learn

Clinical conditions covered : Insulin resistance and diabetes, Dyslipidemia, Hypertension, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Hypothyroidism

Understand the basic clinical manifestations of lifestyle disorders

Understand the scope and limitations of basic therapeutic diets and lifestyle interventions in prevention and management of lifestyle disorders

Ability to formulate basic therapeutic diet and suggest appropriate lifestyle interventions.

Course Credits:
6 Credits / 1.2 CEU
Course Cost:
2500 /-
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Next Batch Start Date 30 October, 2021

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Course Description

A fundamental course in Clinical Nutrition that will introduce you to the basics of clinical diet and lifestyle interventions in the management of lifestyle disorders. The course shall also have skill based assignments to enable the practical application of the concepts learned.

The INFS Clinical Nutrition Course is specifically designed to teach the students about the basics of clinical nutrition and various lifestyle interventions for prevention and management of various disorders.

 

This course consists of 2 modules which are: 

  • Module 1: N102 - Basics of Clinical Nutrition and Lifestyle Disorders

    • Introduction to Clinical Nutrition

    • introduction to insulin resistance and diabetes

    • Introduction to dyslipidemia and hypertension

    • Basics of PCOS/PCOD

    • Introduction to Hypothyroidism

 

  • Module 2: N103 - Introduction to Therapeutic Diets and Lifestyle Interventions 

    • Basic therapeutic diet and lifestyle interventions for insulin resistance and diabetes mellitus

    • Basic therapeutic diet and lifestyle interventions for dyslipidemia and hypertension

    • Basic therapeutic diet and lifestyle interventions for PCOD / PCOS

    • Basic therapeutic diet and lifestyle interventions for hypothyroidism


About the facilitator: 

INFS Faculty Head, Dr Akshay Alawani has 7-years of experience in successfully dealing with cases having clinical conditions. He has planned nutrition and exercise interventions for ~500 such clients so far. He also actively guides other coaches to handle similar clients. Dr Alawani holds bachelors in dental surgery (MUHS, Nashik), and Masters in Human Nutrition (University of Surrey, UK) with several other fitness related certifications. He has 4.5 years of teaching experience with INFS.

The duration of the course is 4-6 weeks.

Note:

Course Fee is inclusive of applicable taxes and is non-refundable

Course Eligibility

Prior knowledge of diet planning is essential.

What’s Included As Part Of Your Course

Live faculty lectures and Q n A

Our expert faculty will conduct online lectures which will be followed by question-and-answer sessions in several batches. The batches will be of two types – weekday batches and weekend batches. If you are unable to attend the live lectures there is no reason to worry as all lecture recordings will be made available to you subsequently on your student dashboard.

Workbooks

You will find module wise workbooks on the dashboard, solving which will help you master your course content. The skill-based assignments in the workbooks will also assist you with the practical application of the concepts learned in the various modules.

Quiz

Access to quizzes to assess your understanding of the course material. They do not count towards your final score and your grades are not recorded.

Professional Certification

On successfully completing your course, you will receive a certificate from INFS.

Course Credits:
6 Credits / 1.2 CEU
Course Cost:
2500 /-
  • Available
  • Past
  • Filled

* Please Login as a student to enroll

Next Batch Start Date 30 October, 2021

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