Nutrition Network Accreditation Path
Complete the following professional training:
If you have taken the Professional Training in LCHF/Ketogenic Nutrition and Treatment, this remains valid as part of the eligibility criteria.
(Note: If you are a non-medical professional, you are required to complete the Advisor Training module first, before you are free to complete one of the professional training modules above.)
Once the Professional Training module is completed, you are then required to complete the 3 modules of the ‘LCHF In Clinical Practice’ course.
So, in summary you need the following core modules:
Advisor Training (if you are not a clinician)
Ketogenic: The Science and Practice of Therapeutic Carbohydrate Restriction OR LCHF for Nurses OR LCHF for Dietitians
- LCHF in Clinical Practice
Over and above that you need 60 CMHE credits from an approved provider. If you use Nutrition Network modules for some of these CMHE credits they cannot come from any of the core modules above. So, for instance, the 10 credits from the Reversing Diabetes module would count towards your 60 but the credits from the Ethics module would not.
The last two virtual LowCarbUSA events (https://www.lowcarbusa.org/low-carb-events/) still have CMHEs available and will easily get you over your requirement.