Naturopathic Nutrition stresses the use of whole and organic foods as medicine – an integral concept of healing in many indigenous societies. Today, we see that a return to chemical-free foods, along with other dietary measures, is an effective answer to many health complaints and common conditions. CNM students learn about the physiological and biochemical processes involved in nourishment, and the energetic side of food as well. Thousands of years ago, master healers in China perceived a way to classify food and disease according to simple, easily observed patterns; one eats cooling foods for overheated conditions, and warming foods are best for people who feel cold. Detoxifying foods are for those who carry an excess of toxins, and building foods are good for deficiencies, and so on.
The traditional Chinese and East Indian Ayurvedic systems have been used with pinpoint accuracy to diagnose disease conditions, and to categorise foods as medicine. The CNM Diploma Course in Naturopathic Nutrition brings together authentic traditions of Oriental medicine with current, Western research-based nutrition, and equips the graduate with the knowledge and skills to become a successful Nutritional Therapist.
Where can I train as a Naturopathic Nutritionist?
The College of Naturopathic Medicine is one of the UK’s largest, highly-respected, and well-known naturopathic training providers.
UK and EU students may study in the UK in London, Bristol, Brighton, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh and Belfast.
International students may study at any of our UK colleges subject to visa status (find out more).
The CNM is dedicated to training successful and qualified practitioners, with courses fully recognised by the relevant regulating bodies. For more information, or to receive a prospectus, please call 01342 410505, or contact us today.