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TCM Food Therapy

Food Therapy is a branch of Chinese Medicine that uses food as preventative and curative therapy. This course examines traditional Chinese foods and diets, principles and philosophies TCM-based food therapy, and emphasizes the energetic effect of various foods, teas and spices after consumption.

Nutrients and Diet Therapeutics VI

In¬†Nutrients and Diet Therapeutics courses, students learn to create customized nutritional plans for patients. Students learn how to determine the effectiveness of treatment and the limitations of nutritional therapeutics within these conditions. The courses draw on the knowledge that students have gained from Anatomy and Physiology, Pathophysiology and their clinical experience. This course includes the …

Nutrients and Diet Therapeutics V

In Nutrients and Diet Therapeutics courses, students learn to create customized nutritional plans for patients. Students learn how to determine the effectiveness of treatment and the limitations of nutritional therapeutics within these conditions. The courses draw on the knowledge that students have gained from Anatomy and Physiology, Pathophysiology and their clinical experience. This course includes …

Materia Medica of Food

This course surveys the therapeutic properties of some of the most common and nutrient-rich foods. As with plant materia medicas, much emphasis will be placed on food monographs. 

Nutrition Independent Clinical Practice

Nutrition Supervised Clinical Practice

Nutrition Clinical Observation

Clinical Observation provides students with both observational and therapeutic experience in a multidisciplinary medical clinic. Students observe qualified and experienced practitioners in their care of patients and clinical management. Students learn clinical protocol, treatment etiquette, consultation and counselling skills, practical diagnostic techniques, and therapeutic techniques.

Elective

Nutrition Elective

Energetics of Herbal Medicine

Systems of energetics are ways of describing and classifying patterns of disease and properties of plants that provide a basis for herbal therapeutics. In this course, we examine the energetic systems that inform traditional western herbalism. These include the intuitive approach to plant medicine that underlies all energetic systems, the four elements of Greek and …