You will learn
  • Nutrition for Weight Management. Counseling Skills.
  • Basics of Ayurvedic Nutrition. Training on Amikus.
  • Similarities and differences between Ayurvedic Nutrition and Modern Nutrition
  • Nutrition for Diabetes, Cholesterol, PCOS, Liver Health, High Blood Pressure and Thyroid.
Eligibility Criteria

B.Sc in Home Science OR Ayurveda Doctors OR Qualified Fitness Trainer.

Requirements
  • Laptop and High Speed Internet
Course Curriculum
  1. Introduction – Ayurveda
    • Origin of Ayurveda
    • Principle objective of Ayurveda
    • Definition of Health According To Ayurveda
    • Concept of Pancha Mahabhutas
    • Concept of Tridosha
    • Relationship between the dosas with age and time of the day
    • Agni (Power Of Digestion)
    • Types of Digestive Fires
  2. Types Of Prakriti – Body Types
  3. Qualities and effects of Tridosha
  4. Dinacharya- Daily Regimen
  5. Advantage of Nasya And Abhyanga(Nasal Drop+Oil Massage)
  6. Advantage of exercises
  7. Regimen of right conduct(Sadvritta)
  8. Ritucharya- Seasonal Regimen
  9. Ritusandhi- (Inter-seasonal Period)
  10. Difference Between Modern Nutrition And Ayurveda Nutrition
  11. Lifestyles Disorder As Per Ayurveda- Diabetes, Hypertension, Obesity, Dyslipidemia, Hypothyroidism.
Other Course Details
  • Faculty- Ayurveda Doctors and Nutritionists (Minimum 10 years of experience)
  • Batch Capacity- Minimum 5 Students Per Batch.
  • Total 26 Hours- 8 hrs weekend classes (2 hrs every Sunday) + 18 Hrs Online Classes (Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1.5 hrs each class)
  • Live Sessions + Workshop- One Hour Session with Dr Shikha Sharma
Important Note:
  • The certificate will be given to those students who have successfully completed 28 hrs of classes and passed the Examination conducted by Nutrihealth.
  • NAC does not guarantee placement to the Students who enroll and complete the Certification course.
  • On completion of a NAC Certified Course, students will be able to offer support in line with their official recommended advice to those who are generally healthy in order to help them make healthy food and lifestyle choices. Students should, however, be aware that completion of a NAC Certified Course does not make them Certified Diet Advisor, Nutrition Advisor, Weight Specialist, Nutrition Assistant or any other such title.