An Introductory Nutrition Guide for Integrative Practitioners
Nutrition is the backbone of integrative medicine. A patient’s diet can affect not only weight and body composition but, as a growing body of research shows, it can play a tremendous role in chronic disease prevention and treatment. However, most physicians receive very little nutrition instruction in the classroom or during residency.
The Introductory Nutrition Guide for Integrative Practitioners offers a comprehensive overview of nutrition basics as well as tools and techniques to begin counseling patients for diet and lifestyle.
Included in this e-book:
- Complete nutrition overview
- Review of consumer guidelines
- Patient assessment techniques
- Components of a healthy diet
- Counseling patients effectively
- Sample food log and fillable macronutrient worksheet
Reviewed by Karen Malkin, NBC-HWC, an AzCIM Certified Integrative Health Coach and Lifestyle Practitioner and Eating Psychology Teacher.
Available as a PDF download only. All sales final/non-refundable.
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