This course is designed for practitioners who want to revitalize their sense of importance for the nutritional and lab evaluations of a patient. Functional Nutrition covers labs, immune system, brain function, blood lipids, endocrine system, digestion system and lifestyle habits. Furthermore, this course will help and assist practitioners to be more equipped to evaluate each unique patient from a lab work and systems approach. Of course, some patients may need further testing outside of these procedures; however, these procedures are initially designed to guide practitioners into the proper diagnosis or guide them into further advanced testing. Once the proper diagnosis has been attained, then nutrient recommendation guides are provided for exposing the practitioner to the world of nutrition.
Download the Content Listing & Educational Objectives [PDF].
- Introduction to Functional Nutrition
- Reference Laboratories
- Reference Books
- Reference For Proper Nutrients
- Lab Reference Range
- Basic Immune System Principles
- Acquired Cell-Mediated Immunity
- Acquired Humeral Immunity
- Allergy Mechanism
- Basic Brain Principles
- Basic Blood Lipid Principles
- Basic Endocrine Principles (function, testing and nutrient support for each)
- Basic Digestion Principles (function, testing and nutrient support for each)
- Lifestyle Principles
Up to 14 hours applied for through PACE, check with your licensing board for acceptance.
How long do I have to complete this course?
The clock starts running as soon as you register, and you will have 30 days to complete the course. However, If you are not able to complete the course within those 30 days, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request one free course extension (30 days). There will be a $20 fee for each additional 30-day extension.