PROFESSIONAL NUTRITIONAL RECOVERY COACH CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING PROGRAM
What You Will Learn:
- Fundamentals of Nutrition
- Essential Nutrients to increase healing
- Core Vitamins to increase healing
- Core Supplements to increase healing
- Importance of Probiotics
- Food Chemicals/ Additives to Avoid
- The Brain-Sugar Connection
- Breakdown of Macro Nutrients
- Breakdown of on Micro Nutrients
- Hydration and withdrawal symptoms of specific drugs
- Sample Meal Plan
- What’s in your pantry?
- Substitutes for current foods
- Hate water? Drink this
- How to read labels
- Hidden sugars and chemicals you didn’t know about
- Liver detox
- Food as Medicine
- Withdrawal symptoms for specific drugs and how to fix with nutrients
Our Nationally Certified Nutritional Recovery Coach training is ideal for Therapists, Addiction Coaches, Personal Trainers, Yoga Teachers, Weight Loss Consultants, Health Coaches, Fitness Trainers, Group Exercise Instructors and Life Coaches. Anyone looking to obtain more clients or add more services and credentials to their resume will benefit from our Nutritional Recovery Coach course.
What foods are good for addiction recovery?
Whole foods like apples, bananas, fresh vegetables like carrots, lettuce and fresh lean meats are always best. Specific foods are linked to healing the body quicker and faster than others. For example anything processed or fast food like Pop Tarts or McDonald’s will hinder healing from an addiction.
What food heal your body heal faster?
Specific foods help your body heal after damage has been done. Ginger, Probiotics, Calcium, Leafy Greens, Bananas, Kelp, Proteins and more. For example, bananas can help a heroin addict recovery fro restless leg syndrome and probiotics help with the digestive issues of a heroin withdrawal and alcohol withdrawal.
What is a nutrition course?
A class and a certification in nutrition studies can help you get on the right track and your clients as well. The course should include: food as medicine, nutrients, probiotics, macro and micro nutrients, supplements, vitamins, hidden sugars and chemicals, foods to avoid and a look in the pantry.
How do I become a certified nutritionist?
You can become a certified nutritionist by taking classes and training from approved education providers and passing the exams. There are currently no state or federal regulations on nutrition. APEC, NASM, ACE and ISSA are fitness companies that offer nutrition training to their students, The Addictions Academy offers a nutritional certification for addiction.