Now earn your Internationally Accredited Diploma in Dietary Supplements Advisor accredited by CPD Certification Service, which is an independent body that ensures qualifications are in line with the most current professional standards.
This means this course comply with universally accepted principles of Continual Professional Development (CPD) and have been structured to meet the criteria of personal development plans.
CPD certification means that the content and structure of the courses have been independently assessed and approved for multi-disciplinary and industry-wide continuing personal and professional development purposes.
Pass Mark: 50% to secure your certificate!
Course Pre-requisite: None
Course Duration: 1-4 weeks
Quizzes & Graded Exam:
Internationally Accredited by CPD (Details in the course)
Course & Exam Location: Online
This Diploma course is a very comprehensive supplement course that covers over 30 different types of supplements and teaches you if and when to include them based on your diet. [Including over 100 scientific references/studies quotes to support my claims]
In today’s modern world, two problems exist that makes taking dietary supplements almost necessary:
1) The food that we eat is losing its nutritive value. the way it’s grown, the way its transported and the way we store it and cook it.
Unless you are buying your produce from a local farmers market and taking every precaution to store it effectively and consume it by cooking on medium heat and obviously not overcooking it, there is almost a loss of close to 50-70% loss of nutrients in your food.
This is true only in case of people who actually consume healthy foods. But this is far from the reality.
60% of calories come from processed foods for Americans. The reality is no different than in the rest of the world.
Factory foods are highly processed and offer very little or no nutritive value. It’s very simple. The companies that manufacture these processed and fast foods reliance is on taste and convenience and obviously on how much profits they’ll earn by the end of the day.
Another huge factor why people have supplements is the convenience factor.
Supplements will also vary based on your goal.
In Module 2, I’ll start with the most common supplement known: Protein Powders and will discuss 7 different types of protein powders and will suggests which ones are the best and which ones to avoid.
In Module 3, I will let you in the confusing world of vitamins and minerals supplements and will make it quite clear which companies manufacture the best vitamins and minerals supplements and which ones to buy.
In Module 4, we shall discuss the best supplements for fat loss.
In Module 5, I will provide you a list of all muscle building supplements and will recommend the best ones
In Module 6, I will discuss one of the most researched supplement ‘Creatine’ and will discuss its types and very important questions on when and how to take it, if required based on your goals.
Module 7, is all about optimizing your health. Not only I discuss more than 10 different health supplements, but at the end of this module, I have categorized them into following health goals:
-Bone and Joint health
and of course, how can I miss this one:
Top supplement companies from where you should buy your supplements from.
I personally haven’t used all the supplements that I have listed in this course, but based on my research I have provided top companies that you can place your trust in.
In various lectures, I have mentioned that there are third-party organizations like consumer lab that independently test the supplements for their potency and safety and I have provided a list of organizations that do that very job.
Supplements industry is a huge multi-billion dollar industry.
Finding good supplements is like searching for a needle in a haystack and with this course, I’ll make it simple for you.