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Certificate in Nutrition for Stress Bad nutrition and eating habits can stress our body and create unnecessary stress in our lives. Our health and well-being suffer through eating poor quality food which is nutritionally deficient. This can start with mild illnesses and lead to more serious diseases such as chronic digestive disorders, heart problems, diabetes and cancers. It can deplete our energy and immune defence system, cause imbalance in our hormones and affect the functioning of our brain and all our bodily systems. When you are stressed, whatever the cause of your stress, you need the right type of food and drink in your daily diet. It can boost your mood and energy, relieve depression, clear your mind to cope with challenges, prevent long-term illness and increase life expectancy by keeping your heart and body healthy. COURSE CONTENT: Module 1 nutritional medicine food as nature's medicine 21st century malnutrition nutrition tailored for you how stress affects the body cortisol - our stress hormone Module 2 our digestive system food digestion, absorption, circulation, elimination the body cell chew your food from mouth to stomach the stomach hydrochloric acid from stomach to intestines the healthy liver Module 3 balancing blood sugar good food habits in bad food habits out benefits of healthy eating enzymes - the key to life Module 4 foods to reduce or avoid water carbohydrates: pros & cons fibre Module 5 fats: the good & the bad proteins: more or less fruit & vegetables vitamins and minerals vitamins A,D,E,K vitamin C: the anti-ageing vitamin Module 6 vitamin B-complex: B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12 inositol, choline, PABA, B15 pangamic acid, B17 laetrile acid minerals: calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, sodium, potassium, chlorine, sulphur, manganese, iodine, chromium, selenium, cobalt, fluoride the healing power of colours in food inspiration to eat healthily long-term stress relief Qualification Certificate in Nutrition for Stress on successful completion of the course and a final test paper. The final paper is not obligatory, but is fun to do and reinforces your knowledge and experience. Course help The course has been designed to build up your knowledge surely and confidently. Ask your Tutor as many questions as you like because we want you to understand, enjoy and benefit from the course.

Certificate in Nutrition for Stress Bad nutrition and eating habits can stress our body and create unnecessary stress in our lives. Our health and well-being suffer through eating poor quality food which is nutritionally deficient. This can start with mild illnesses and lead to more serious diseases such as chronic digestive disorders, heart problems, diabetes and cancers. It can deplete our...

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