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Online Nutrition Courses from Registered Dietitians

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Written by: CDHF

Updated: November 29th, 2022

Are you looking to build a foundation for your nutrition knowledge, learn the basics of gut health, receive food lists, meal ideas, or digestive health information that can be applied in real life?

CDHF has partnered with NutriProCan to bring you 60-90-minute online nutrition courses that are science-based, up-to-date, and created under the supervision of Lisa Spriet, a registered dietitian, and former university professor in food and nutrition sciences.

A registered dietitian is a regulated and licensed healthcare professional that is university trained in the field of food and nutrition, combined with supervised practical experience. They are experts in translating scientific, medical and nutrition information into general education, personalized goals, action plans and support through coaching. NutriProCan’s dietitians have an extensive background in the application of food science combined with behavioural coaching to drive lifelong change towards a healthy approach to food.

These courses include quick quizzes along the way, and you can enjoy this seminar-style course for 60-days from purchase to maximize your learning retention! You can also pause the courses, take breaks, and continue later at your own pace.

View the available courses below, and be sure to bookmark this page, as we will continue to add new courses to this page in the future. 

A portion of the funds from the programs will go to CDHF, so be sure to use the links below! 

NEW: Emotional Eating 101

Healing from emotional eating starts with awareness, understanding your triggers, and building knowledge to empower you to overcome this common but problematic relationship with food. You are not alone! Learning from registered dietitians who specilize in emotional eating is a great first step.

Learning Objectives:

NEW: Fatty Liver Disease Nutrition 101

Your (only) liver is essential to your life and learning how to care for it, and repair damage, are foundational health skills. While this course is focused on fatty liver disease, this course can help anyone improve their science-based knowledge about the liver, which is one of our most important organs. This course teaches the likely causes for developing fatty liver, from different habits to various body factors. In the practical segment, you will learn about lifestyle, nutrition and supplementation options for reducing or preventing fatty liver.

Learning Objectives:

Gut Health Fundamentals

Are you looking to improve your digestive health and gain a greater understanding of how digestion works? By understanding the essentials of good gut health, you can help improve skin health, your immune system and concentration, as well as avoid developing digestive diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), autoimmune diseases, colon cancer and Crohn’s disease.

Learning Objectives:

Healthy Eating Habits 101

Knowing what truly makes up a ‘healthy diet’ can be confusing with the abundance of information and various opinions on the topic. This course is designed to help you master the science-based fundamentals of good nutrition. This course includes best practices on implementing a healthy diet and the habits you need to develop to turn healthy eating into a realistic lifestyle that YOU CAN lead.

Learning Objectives:

Family Nutrition 101

This course is designed for caregivers and parents to learn what healthy eating is, based on the latest research, and how to apply within your family unit. Plus, there are several engaging components with an interactive quiz that you can involve your children in.

Black family eating healthy food together

Learning Objectives:

IBS Program

By using a combination of low-FODMAP eating techniques and supplements (if needed), your IBS Dietitian will help you to manage your symptoms while still meeting your nutrition needs and managing life’s demands. 

The IBS nutrition therapy program is designed to help relieve or resolve the following IBS symptoms:

The program consists of a personalized, step-wise low-FODMAP IBS diet, low-FODMAP recipes, high-quality supplements where needed, structured meal planning, coaching and support for overcoming any barriers or making lifestyle and habit changes.

This program was developed in collaboration with GI specialists and many doctors refer to this program, however, a referral is not required. As recognized and trusted healthcare providers, NutriProCan’s dietitians can collaborate with your doctors and specialists, with your consent. Their registered dietitians are also knowledgeable about nutrient-drug interactions to help ensure your plan is comprehensive.

This program also incorporates the free CDHF myIBS App to help better track your symptoms and progress as you are working through this program for sustainable results.

Learn more about Enrolling in this Program

Do you have other digestive health or condition concerns?

If you are looking to receive professional advice and coaching on digestive health issues from registered dietitians, NutriProCan offers free consultations.

Request a free 20-minute consultation with a Registered Dietitian to find out if nutrition counselling could work for you. clicking here.

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