Sat, 18 Jun|
Part 2 - Be Lean Eat Green Accredited Nutrition Course
Part 2 - Covers Vitamins and Minerals and the function they have in the body, Electrolytes and Hydration and how are these related to health goals. It also covers seasonal eating and how this can benefit our health greatly. We also study Lectins, what are these ...
Time & Location
18 Jun 2022, 10:00 – 17:30
Finnieston, 973 Sauchiehall St, Finnieston, Glasgow G3 7TQ, UK
About The Event
Part 1 of the course is a stand alone part and can be done without continuing onto the later parts. All the tools given in Part 1 course will form the basis of the other levels and will give your clients huge benefits.
In addition, Part 2 and Part 3 of the course will give you more nutritional therapy theory and further nutritional therapy tools to use with your clients.
You can not take part 2 or 3 without taking part 2.
The Be Lean Eat Green Accredited Nutrition Course is a 3 part course, each part being an intensive, one-day live workshop which incorporates theory and practical education. Led by highly experienced, qualified nutritional therapists, Dr Jane Jamieson PhD and Karen Scobie, you will be taken through the most important aspects of safe and effective nutritional regimes. You will learn about suitable plans to use with your clients , or yourself, and understand some key elements of improving nutrition to support health goals.
The course is an interactive learning experience designed to provide you with the tools necessary to give safe and effective nutritional advice.
The course is accredited by Active IQ, a leading awarding organisation regulated by Ofqual.
The course is open to anyone who has an interest in health and nutrition; whether you are looking to improve your own health or that of your family, or are a fitness or wellness professional and would like to give safe and effective advice to clients to help them reach their health goals.
There is a strong emphasis on plants and the the power of foods that heal and promote health and longevity, but you do not need to be ‘plant-based’ to do the course. It is inclusive for all.
The course counts towards professional practice insurance and CPD points, enabling you to confidently give safe and effective nutritional advice.
Part 2: Saturday 18th June
Covers Vitamins and Minerals and the function they have in the body, Electrolytes and Hydration and how are these related to health goals. It also covers seasonal eating and how this can benefit our health greatly. We also study Lectins, what are these and what techniques can be used to reduce the effect of these.
Seasonal eating and what to eat when.
Delicious lunch, snack, tea/coffee from Soul Food Kitchen included for each day
Please make us aware of any allergies prior to the event : email@example.com