These courses are for the Bachelors in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine, First Year, Third Trimester

Clinical nutrition is nutrition of patients in health care. Clinical in this sense refers to the management of patients, including not only outpatients at clinics, but also inpatients in hospitals. 

This course is quite comprehensive and covers topics such as fats, heart health, improving memory, protein and sugar controversy, phytochemical revolution, natural antibiotics and much more.

This course comprises of 16 lessons that all have a compulsory timed assignment at the end of them. The scores for these assignments will appear in your grade books and will count towards your final mark. There is only one attempt at the assignments so please make certain you have revised the text for each lesson well.

The Final Exams should be taken when all the lessons have been completed - this is also a timed exam taken online and consists of 45 questions, all of which have been taken from the assignments. We wish you well in your studies.

Naturopathic medicine is a system of primary healthcare that blends modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine. It emphasizes the use of natural modalities — such as nutrition, lifestyle counseling and botanical medicine — to promote wellness and treat illness.

This course lays down the theory of Naturopathy and examines its history and its significance in the world of healing. The student will learn in detail naturopathic protocols for detoxifying different organ systems, the use of herbs, homeopathics, nutritional supplements and other healing modalities as well as treating specific disease processes.