The Science of Natural Healing – Part 2 Course
|These are the specifications of the Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine’s
The Science of Natural Healing – Part 2 course:
|1. Awarding Institution / Body:||Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine|
|2. Teaching Institution:||Online and distance learning, with tutor support|
|3. Programme Accredited by:||School of Integrative and Complementary Medicine, University of America, USA|
|4. Final Award||Compulsory course for students enrolled in the Bachelors in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine|
|5. Programme title:||The Science of Natural Healing – Part 2 course|
|6. Course Code and level:||BNHM6016|
|7. Duration of programme:||One trimester or 12 weeks|
|8. Total number of study hours:||Equivalent to 6 US credits or 90 clock hours of study|
|9. Enrollment requirements:||Students enrolled in the Bachelors in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine|
|10. Enrollment date:||First Year, Third Trimester|
|11. Fees:||Full payment: €300 euros; Installment plan: €105 per month for 3 monthly payments.|
The Science of Natural Healing – Part 2 course consists of a series of 6 videos consisting of:
1 – Food Sensitivity and the Elimination Diet
Perhaps surprisingly, numerous physical symptoms and medical conditions can be triggered by sensitivity to foods. Study the six primary food groups related to food sensitivity and allergy, examine the astonishing data linking them to conditions such as migraines and arthritis, and learn about the elimination diet, which locates the specific source of food-related symptoms.
2 – Vitamins and Supplements
This lecture introduces the central subject of natural supplements. First, investigate the natural products industry and how to determine the quality and purity of supplements you may use. Then study key supplements, including probiotics, selenium, and vitamin D, and their effectiveness in treatment and prevention of ulcerative colitis, diarrhea, and cancer.
3 – Herbal Remedies
Many natural herbal substances have proven and significant healing properties. Discover the remarkable medicinal uses of aloe, ginger, and licorice for the GI tract, and of cranberry and saw palmetto for urogenital conditions. Also follow a case study showing the diagnosis and herbal treatment for a patient with chronic migraines.
4 – Lowering Cholesterol Naturally
Pharmaceuticals are not the only avenue for reaching healthy cholesterol levels. Begin by investigating the two kinds of cholesterol and the triglycerides, and their role in your physiology. Learn about specific foods that raise and lower cholesterol and triglycerides, nutritious alternatives to animal protein, and key natural supplements for controlling your cholesterol.
5 – Treating High Blood Pressure Naturally
A surprisingly rich array of natural treatments is available to counteract high blood pressure. Review the startling statistics showing how blood pressure is lowered by both weight loss and reduced sodium intake. Also study the marked effects of foods, including garlic and seaweed, and micronutrients such as magnesium, vitamin D, and the enzyme CoQ10.
6 – Treating Diabetes Naturally
Diabetes is the result of a continuum that begins with the preconditions of insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome. Learn how all of these conditions are directly linked to lifestyle, and how to prevent and even reverse them through the kinds of foods you eat, healthy sleep patterns, and consistent exercise.
All of the materials are supplied online and in downloadable .pdf files, with assignment questions and final exam, all taken online.