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Detoxification and Rejuvenation Program

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Module Topic
1 Introduction, Components and Overview of Digestion, Accessory Organs of Digestion, Chemical Digestion & Enzymes, Absorption, Endocrine & Nervous System Role in Digestion
Students will be able to explain the process of digestion and define digestion-related terms
2 Macronutrients - Proteins, Carbohydrates, Fats and their basic units (amino acids, monosaccharides, fatty acids); Fiber (Soluble & Insoluble), Metabolism, Water
Students will be able to discuss structure, sources, physiological role / function, and aspects of deficiency of macronutrients, the difference between soluble and insoluble fiber, understand metabolism and the role of water in the diet
3 Micronutrients - Vitamins: Fat-soluble vitamins: A, D, E, K
Students will be able to identify sources, physiological role/ function, deficiency & toxicity of fat-soluble vitamins
4 Water-soluble vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B5
Students will be able to identify sources, physiological role/ function, and deficiency of these vitamins
5 B6, B12, Folic Acid
Students will be able to identify sources, physiological role/ function, and deficiency of these nutrients
6 Vitamin C, bioflavanoids, Biotin, Choline
Students will be able to identify sources, physiological role/ function, and deficiency of these nutrients
7 Minerals: Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium
Students will be able to identify sources, physiological role/ function, and deficiency of these nutrients
8 Iron, Copper, Zinc, Selenium, Chromium
Students will be able to identify sources, physiological role/ function, and deficiency of these nutrients
9 Manganese, Molybdenum, Boron, Sulphur
Students will be able to identify sources, physiological role/ function, and deficiency of these nutrients
10 Chloride, Iodine, Fluorine, Lead, Aluminum, Cadmium, Mercury
Students will be able to identify sources, physiological role/ function, and deficiency of the above list
11 Evaluating Diets: Western, Vegetarian, Macrobiotic
Students will be able to compare and contrast the above diets, explaining their benefits and weaknesses
12 Atkin's, Eat Right For Your Type, Zone, Pritikin, Ornish Diets
Students will be able to compare and contrast the above diets, explaining their benefits and weaknesses
13 Foreign compounds in diet (i.e. additives, artificial sweeteners, preservatives, irradiated food, pasteurization, pesticides, etc.), Reading Food Labels
Students will be able to recognize non-food substances in food ingredients, their purpose, and associated concerns
14 Detoxification, Heavy Metal Detox
Students will understand the purpose of detoxification, how to design a detox, when to detox, contraindications to detox and how to do a heavy metal detox
15 Antioxidants/ Free Radicals
Students will be able to define antioxidants and free radicals, give examples and explain the purpose / role of antioxidants
16 Alkaline Vs. Ash Forming Foods, Proper Food Combining
Students will identify alkaline and ash forming foods, their role in the body and their connection with illness
17 Organic Food/ Farming
Students will understand the importance of organic food/ farming, be able to explain what is involved in organic farming, and contrast it to non-organic food/ farming
18 Nutritional & Supplemental Protocols: Pregnancy (pre-during-post)
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above condition and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support those with the above condition
19 Children's Nutrition, ADD/ADHD, Asthma, Rickets
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support those with the above conditions
20 Adolescent Nutrition, Acne, P.M.S.
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support those with the above conditions
21 Menopause/Andropause
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support those with the above conditions
22 Geriatrics, Arthritis, Alzheimer's Disease, Osteoporosis/ Osteomalacia
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support those with the above conditions
23 Skin Conditions: Psoriasis, Eczema, Burns
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above skin conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support those with the above conditions
24 Allergies, Elimination/ Rotation Diet, Enzyme Therapy
Students will identify nutritional relationships with allergies and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support those with allergies, as well as explain elimination/ rotation diet and enzyme therapy
25 G.I. Conditions: Underactive Stomach, Acid reflux, Ulcers, Gas and Belching
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above g.i. conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these g.i. conditions
26 Chron's Disease, Celiac's Disease, I.B.D.
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above g.i. conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these g.i. conditions
27 I.B.S., Constipation, Diarrhea
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above g.i.
conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these g.i. conditions
28 Candidiasis, Fungal & Bacterial Infections, Parasites
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these conditions
29 Gall stones, Kidney stones, Renal & Liver Disease
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these conditions
30 Cardiovascular Conditions: C.H.D., High Blood Pressure, Cholesterol
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above cardiovascular conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these conditions
31 Nervous System Conditions: Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above nervous system conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these conditions
32 Adrenal Support, Endocrine System Conditions: Hyper/Hypo-thyroidism
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these conditions
33 Diabetes, Hyper/Hypo-glycemia
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these conditions
34 Obesity/ Weight Loss /Weight Gain
Student will identify nutritional relationships with the above conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these conditions
35 Sports Nutrition & Sports Supplements
Students will identify nutritional needs specific to athletes and active individuals, sports supplements will be evaluated for their effects and contraindications
36 Psychological Problems, Schizophrenia, Anxiety Disorder, Depression, Smoking, Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia
Students will identify nutritional relationships with the above psychological conditions and be able to devise a nutritional and supplemental protocol to support these conditions
37 Orthomolecular Medicine
Students will be able to define orthomolecular medicine, and be able to give examples when it is very helpful to use
38 Nutritional Symptomatology - Body System Imbalances
Students will be understand how body system imbalances affect health and can be corrected through nutrition
39 Clinical Research
Students will be taught effective skills for evaluating nutritional research
40 Case Studies
Students will apply what they have learned to actual case studies

 
THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
Underactive Stomach
Liver and Gall Bladder
Colon
Overactive Stomach

NUTRIENTS
Protein
Essential Fatty Acids

MINERALS
Calcium
Chromium
Iodine
Iron
Manganese
Potassium
Selenium
Zinc












 
VITAMINS
Vitamin A
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
B2 (Riboflavin)
B3 (Niacin, Niacinamide)
Vitamin B6, (Pyridoxine)
B12 (Cobalamin)
Biotin
Choline
Folic acid (Folacin or Foliate)
P.A.B.A. (Para-amino-benzoic acid)
B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid complex)
Vitamin D
Vitamin E ( d and dl tocopherol)

HEAVY METALS AND TOXINS

Aluminium
Cadmium
Copper Excess
Lead
Mercury
Caffeine
Chlorine
Fluoride
Nicotine
Sodium excess
THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
Underactive Adrenals
Overactive Adrenals
Gonads
Pituitary
Thymus
Underactive Thyroid
Overactive Thyroid

BODY SYSTEM BALANCING DETOX REJUVENATION
Kidney/Bladder
Pancreas
Circulation
Nervous system
Allergies
Hypoglycemia
Neuromuscular
Premenstrual Syndrome












 

 











 

 

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