What Will You Learn?
This powerful and potentially life-changing course will teach you everything you need to know about harnessing the power of raw foods to improve your overall health and wellbeing.
The Raw Food Nutritionist Diploma Course will show you how you can supercharge your health whilst eating delicious nutritious food.
“Let food be your medicine,” said Hippocrates. Food can be medicine or food can be poison. When used as medicine it will allow the body to heal itself as it was designed to do. Food is medicine if the food is whole, plant based food from nature – vegetables and fruits, whole sprouted grains, seeds, nuts, beans and legumes – these foods provide maximum nutrition and minimum calories. Food is poison when it is processed, refined and full of unhealthy fats, sugar and salt – what most modern people eat today and consider a “normal” diet.
The course is comprised of 2 parts and 10 bonus videos.
Made up of 14 powerful modules in total, Part 1 guides you through what raw food is, how it benefits the body and how to incorporate a raw food diet into your daily life. There are also many delicious recipes that you can use straight away.
Part 2 shows you how you can use your new found knowledge to help others whilst working as a raw food nutritionist. This section of the course discusses how to work with clients to give the best recommendations for them to improve their health and wellbeing. Services you can offer them, marketing tools you can use to boost your business, and other ways that you can grow your business as a raw food nutritionist.
In addition to the comprehensive course materials, you will also be given access to 10 video tutorials with a published Author and Raw Food Chef. These videos offer easy-to-follow, how-to guides.
Who Would Benefit from the Course?
Upon completion of the course assessment, you can set up as a Raw Food Nutritionist helping clients to transition to a healthier way of life.
Raw, living whole food prevents and in many cases reverses diseases like arthritis, pain, allergies, digestive ailments, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, skin problems, autoimmune disorders, and even cancer – which are considered lifestyle diseases as they were relatively rare one hundred years ago until we started processing our food. Instead of aches, pains, fatigue, illness and visits to the doctor’s office, you can invest your energy into pursuing your dreams, living life to the fullest and helping others to do the same.