It’s exasperating but most of the nutrition and healthcare education is nothing but watered-down science.
Learn from instructors with decades of coaching experience who have grown their own successful businesses.
You’ll be pushed to grow personally and professionally by like-minded individuals who are here to support you.
Get the tools and resources to start coaching during your training & get professional feedback to help you become the best coach possible.
Learn how to start a successful side hustle and build your own coaching business.
You’ll be mentored personally by successful coaches who have started right where you are.
No matter your schedule or time zone, our programs are designed with a flexible lifestyle in mind. Just add wi-fi.
Functional Nutrition is a holistic wellness approach that takes into account all the essential aspects of an individual such as the daily habits, important health metrics, current lifestyle, environment they are living in and concluding on root causes before giving any nutritional guidance.
-Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base balance
-Introduction to blood
-Why do blood tests matter?
-Interpreting different blood panels: CBC, Blood Glucose, Lipid profile, LFTs, RFTs, Markers of oxidative stress, Enzymes, Waste, pH and Bicarbonate
-Introduction to biochemistry
-Carbohydrate metabolism: Meaning, types and sources, Contribution to energy production, Measuring and checking status, Clinical outcomes and Corrective actions to be taken
-Micronutrient metabolism and Electron transport chain (ETC)
-When biochemistry goes haywire focusing genetic mutations and lifestyle drivers
-Functions of Nutrients
-Deficiencies of Nutrients
-Toxicities of Nutrients
-Supplements for different conditions
-Introduction to Human Microbiome
-Impacts of gut microbiota on overall health
-Tools for healing the gut
-Testing of gut microbiota-Virome
-Dietary guidelines and Functional Nutrition in different conditions: Paediatric diseases, Neurological problems, Bone and joint problems, Endorinal problems, Liver problems, Respiratory problems, Renal problems, Cardiovascular problems, Cancer, Autoimmune problems, Digestive problems
-Paediatric diseases, Neurological problems, Bone and joint problems, Endorinal problems, Liver problems, Respiratory problems, Renal problems, Cardiovascular problems, Cancer, Autoimmune problems, Digestive problems
-Physiology of Stress
-Making sense of physical stress
-Deep diving into mental stress
-Strategies for stress
-Introduction to Toxins
-Impacts of toxins on overall health
-Introduction to the pillars of detoxification
-How toxic are we?
-Mobilization of toxins from the body
-The different phases of detoxification
-Routes of elimination
-Ways in which toxins cause damage
-An evidence based detoxification protocol
-Introduction to EMFs
-Martin Pall case studies
-The art of Coaching
-Why do your coaching skills matter
-Bringing in Joy
-Teaching your clients mindfulness, importance of tracking and Identifying triggers
-Strengthening yourself as a coach (this has many sub components)
-Creating a community around your practice (this has many sub components)
-What is Movement?
-Movement - How is it different from exercise?
-Prolonged Sitting and Sedentariness.
-Pain and Movement Dysfunctions.
-Programming and final thoughts.
Chronic disease affects one out of two Americans and causes seven of 10 deaths in the UnitedStates.
One in 45 children now has autism spectrum disorder, up from just one in 500 in 1999. More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than with AIDS, diabetes, and cancer combined.
Chronic disease will generate $47 trillion in healthcare costs globally by 2030 if the epidemic isunchecked. That's more than the annual GDP of the six largest economies in the world.
100 million Americans-nearlyone in three-have either prediabetes or diabetes.
Alzheimer's is now the sixth leading cause of death in the United States; the number of deaths has increased by 89 percent since 2000. Alzheimer's kills more people than prostate and breast cancer combined.
50 million Americans(approximately one in six) havean autoimmune disease (more than cancer and heart disease combined).
The rate of type 2 diabetes in children and teens is increasing by almost 5 percent a year.
The estimated time commitment for this program is between 10 and 12 hours per week which includes:
Live Demos with breakout Sessions and Q&A
Small group sessions led by mentor coaches and TA's
Skill Development and Practice(Self guided and Peer-to-Peer)
Peer to Peer and Practice Client Coaching Sessions
Healthcare professionals, Non- healthcare professionals, and all other professionals are welcome.
It costs you 50,000/- including GST and Taxes.
It is 4 months of course which includes 3.5 months of teaching followed by 15 days of practical training.
A certification course of functional nutrition as a specialization.
Functional nutrition focuses on preventive care, to find the root causes of any problem, and not just cover up the symptoms
You can help and heal people by reversing their lifestyle from any chronic disease by working as a certified functional nutritionist.
The iThrive Academy is affiliated with the Institute of Functional Medicine University. Hence, iThrive will be the certified authority.
All classes will be held live on video conferencing platform and also the video recording of the same will be provided after each lectures for furture referals.
This course is totally online as we only work on a virtual platform. Hassle-free classes delivered at your comfort zone.
Yes, Obviously we have designed our course to introduce Functional nutrition, medical terminology, Nutrients etc. from base level.
The assignments, case studies , and submissions according to the tutor will be evaluated individually or in a group.
Together with a new approach to health care, we can turn the tide and reverse the course of chronice disease-for good.
Not only can you help stem the tide of chronic disease, but you can alsoenjoy a more fulfilling career-by giving yourself the tools and themodel to do the one thing you got into this business to do: dramaticallyimprove people's health and lives.
A more effective approach and a more rewardingpractice go hand in hand.
The world needs more Functional Medicine practitioners with anancestral perspective-one that goes beyond symptom suppression toaddress the real issue: the mismatch between our bodies and ourenvironment.