The Nutrition Network is an education and learning platform, designed to present the most up-to-date and evidenced-based science and research available, in the field of low-carbohydrate, healthy high fat nutrition (LCHF). Founded by The Noakes Foundation, and in partnership with their extensive national and international network of doctors, scientists and researchers, the platform is aimed at medical and allied health care professionals across the globe, to inform and support their knowledge of the LCHF diet and its implementation into clinical practice.
Presented by national and international medical and allied healthcare experts in their field, on a range of topics related to LCHF nutrition and its implementation into clinical practice.
The course is presented as a series of online, self-study, learning modules.
Each module includes:
- Topic outline, learning objectives & study overview
- Expert speaker presentation/lecture
- Downloadable references for relevant journal articles and literature
Who should do the course:
The course has been specifically designed for
- Medical doctors
- Registered nurses
- Certified Health/Wellness Coaches
The training is worth 23 CPD (Continued Professional Development) hours. The Nutrition Network has been accredited by The CPD Standards Office, and we have been assured that the accreditation is recognized and respected internationally. Formal CPD Standards certificates are issued and accepted in a multitude of countries and across all professional sectors.
Please note: to enrol in the course you must first submit an application. Follow this link and complete the application form to apply. You will be notified whether your application has been successful via email. Payment and enrolment information will follow.
If you fall into one of the above eligibility criteria, you may purchase the course directly through this page - after enrolment you will be asked to submit proof of your qualifications.
Frequently Asked Questions
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