The aim of the one-week training is to enable participants to develop individually appropriate nutritional therapy measures for their clients and to offer valuable support in implementing the recommendations.
The “Clinical Nutrition Therapy” is a valuable basis for all those who want to accompany people meaningfully around the topic of nutrition: New practitioners benefit just as much from participation as “old hands” who want to refresh their knowledge or all those who simply want to know exactly how nutrition works.
The training explains how individually suitable forms of nutrition are developed, which – especially in the field of healing chronic diseases – support all further therapeutic measures.
The training contents: leaky gut syndrome, basics of nutrition, acid-base balance, candida, CFS & MCS, allergy, yeast-free nutrition, autoaggressive diseases, migraine, pain, aspergillus niger, sugar, protein supply, iron supply, fats & oils, intolerance, diagnosis, basics of counselling, children’s nutrition, obesity. The theoretical units are supplemented by food and cooking knowledge and practical tips for working with clients.