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Institute of Holistic Nutrition 2016 Open House – November 12, 2016
November 12, 2016
Open House – Ottawa
The Institute of Holistic Nutrition 2016 Open House
Relax, Enjoy Refreshments & Attend Complimentary Lectures
Saturday November 12th 2016
IHN’s Diploma Program Overview in Applied Holistic Nutrition: Courses, Certification, Faculty,
Admission Requirements & Campus Culture
With Campus Manager & Program Advisor Joshua Fujimagari HBBA
Join this informative presentation to learn all about the Institute of Holistic Nutrition and our Applied Holistic Nutrition Diploma Program. Our Campus Manager & Program Advisor Joshua Fujimagari HBBA, will be discussing how to start our program, including the process for application and admission requirements. You will also learn all about the certification that IHN provides and be informed about the broad range of experienced industry practitioners that make up our faculty. Information regarding our exclusive Co-Operative Placement Program and various career opportunities after graduation will also be covered. The lecture will also include experience on what a typical day is like as a student at IHN. Come discover the uniqueness of our program and learn more about IHN’s role in the community and field of natural health for the past 20 years.
Advanced Nutritional Symptomatology: Adrenal Fatigue:
Prevention & Treatment through Nutrition
With Dr. Joel Villeneuve BSc., ND
If you feel like you have lost your joie de vivre, constantly feel tired, struggle to get out of bed in the mornings or feel overwhelmed with stress, you may be one of the 80 percent of people that have at some point in their lives suffered from Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome. The adrenal glands sit on top of the kidneys and are stimulated when you are under stress to produce your “fight and flight” hormones epinephrine, norepinephrine and other key hormones. If you are constantly under stress or simply lacking sleep eventually this gland becomes fatigued leaving you feeling flat and prone to a host of other symptoms including digestive concerns and lower immunity. Join this seminar to learn how to assess if you have adrenal fatigue, tips to reducing your stress levels and what nutritional support can restore your adrenal health.
Nutrition Through The Lifespan:
Optimal Infant and Childhood Nutrition
With Dr. Cheryl Allen BSc., ND, NCMP
Many experts believe that this generation will not live as long as their parents – this statement alone should inspire us to look seriously into what is happening in our children’s health. We are also seeing an increase in immune related conditions such as eczema, allergies and asthma, increases in ADD/ADHD and mood concerns as well as hormonal imbalances such as insulin resistance and diabetes, weight gain and obesity. To really see change we are going to have to address the root cause of these conditions. Join us for a discussion on how food and proper nutrition can play a vital role in allowing this generation to not only be free from disease, but allow them to thrive.
You will leave with an understanding of how foods can affect our hormones, immune system, digestive system/ microbiome, and how we can use this knowledge to optimize health of this and future generations.
Balancing pH through Nutrition
With Kristin Shropshire MS, ROHP, RAc.
Everything we consume from food, to beverages, to herbs and supplements, will have an effect on the pH of our bodies and body systems. Our bodies constantly try to maintain an optimal balance of pH, but this mechanism can be disrupted by anything from acute or chronic illness to stress levels, and diet. In this informative lecture you will learn the meanings of a substance being neutral, acidic and alkaline, and the effects of alkalosis or acidosis in the body. Key foods and nutrients for alkalizing the body through nutrition, and why this is beneficial for optimal health will also be discussed.
• Info on Course / Curriculum & Career Opportunities
• Natural Health Exhibit
• Book Sale
• Live Blood Cell Microscopy Sessions
• Win Door Prizes