Naturopathic CE: Clarifying the Confusion of Dietary Supplements (NUTRITION - 11CLAR000)
|Study material with CEUs or PDAs||$ 95.00|
|Study Material only (no CEUs/PDAs)||$ 35.00|
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This seminar was originally recorded at Bastyr University in December 2014.
With so much hype in the media about what to take and what not to take it is easy to get confused.
In this home study we will look at some of the basic supplements that most people need, who should take them and why. We will learn what formulations, doses and combinations work best, when to take them and for how long to get the maximum benefit. We will also discuss appropriate supplements for maintaining optimal health and preventing typical health hazards through supplementation, as well as specific supplements for commonly encountered conditions.
Upon completion of the home study you will be able to:
- Describe at least one rationale for using dietary supplements.
- Describe the action of at least two vitamins.
- Describe the action of at least two minerals.
- Identify at least two personal opportunities to use a dietary supplement, and choose a supplement for personal use, including preparation and dose.
Post-course quiz must be completed with a score of 75 percent or higher to receive CEUs.
Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa, DN-C, RH, CC, is one of the today’s foremost natural healing experts. As one of a very few clinicians with 40 years in the natural health field, he has a wealth of experience teaching and using healing herbs, vitamins and mineral and medicinal foods in real life situations.
Khalsa, the national president of the American Herbalists Guild, is the author of over 3,000 published health articles and has written or edited 30 books on cooking, herbalism and health. He has presented over 200 times at national and state conferences, on such diverse topics as herbal medicine and therapeutic nutrition, and is featured in several DVD continuing education courses.
Khalsa personally trained in herbalism and food therapy with Ayurvedic master Yogi Bhajan for 35 years. He is a state certified dietitian-nutritionist, and, as a registered herbalist, nationally credentialed to teach herbalism. He is on the Bastyr faculty in the botanical medicine department, and is a professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. For 30 years, Khalsa was senior research scientist and principal herbal formulator for the Yogi Tea, the nation’s largest herbal tea company and is the founder of The Professional Herbalist Certificate Course, a two-year post- secondary curriculum that trains professional herbalists.