TRAINING SUCCESSFUL PRACTITIONERS

Detox, Cleanse and Weight Loss

Location Dates
Live stream: join from anywhere 12th/13th Feb 2022
10am – 5pm BST

Covid update: If we are not able to provide a course in college due to government advice then the course will be delivered via live stream following the same timetable. Please see above whether the next course will be delivered at the CNM college or via live stream.

Description

What is Detox, Cleanse, and Weight Loss?

This course examines the best methods to help you to alkalise, to cleanse safely and naturally and to sustain a healthy weight.

You will learn about the impact that hidden sugars, fructose and high fructose corn syrup, can have on your weight. We’ll cut through diet myths, common misconceptions and the confusing array of weight loss and detoxification supplements and techniques. The role of exercise and of the nervous, digestive and immune systems in weight loss will also be examined, along with foods that assist with detox and cleansing. You will learn how beneficial a well planned detox can be with possible benefits such as increased energy, clear skin, weight loss and a sharper mind.

Who should take this course?

You should take this course if you are looking to learn more about how you can manage your health and weight through the correct management of your diet.

What you will learn?

  • Detox plans and diets
  • Sustainable weight loss
  • The effect of environmental toxins including artificial flavours, artificial colours and preservatives
  • Juicing and weight loss/detox
  • The pros and cons of fasting
  • Heavy metal detoxification
  • Relaxation tips

Award

CNM Certificate in Detox, Cleanse and Weight Loss

Recognition

Continuous Professional Development (CPD): This course is worth 14 CPD points awarded by the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP).

Book today to secure your space! There is limited availability of spaces to allow sufficient time for questions from all attendees.

£245.00

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