- Lessons 13
- Quizzes 1
- Assignments 0
- Discussions 0
- Duration Unlimited
- Students 35
- Certificates Yes
- Badges No
Length of Course: 3 hours
This course reviews the incidence of osteoporosis, along with an understanding of the key etiological factors and pathophysiological processes involved in this condition. It reviews the key published research on the use diet, supplementation and exercise in the prevention of the common health condition. The course also explains the medical management of osteoporosis and the importance of concomitant nutrition, natural medicine and exercise management in cases of osteopenia and osteoporosis.
1. The student will develop an in-depth understanding of the genetic and lifestyle factors associated with osteoporosis risk.
2. The student will have an in-depth knowledge of all key human nutrition, supplementation and exercise studies that have been conducted regarding osteoporosis research.
3. The student will have the skills to provide patients/clients with personalized dietary and lifestyle recommendations, based on their bone density risk factors and analysis, to help optimize bone density over their lifetime, in concert with any concomitant medical bone density treatments that may be prescribed.
Osteoporosis Course Notes & Required Reading
- lessonOsteoporosis Lesson Notes
- lesson4 MW NatTher01-Calcium-Teenage
- lessonMW 1 NatTher04-VitD
- lessonMW 3 Article11-Calcium
- lessonMW NatTher08IcariinFlavonoidBoneDensity
- lessonMW NatTher11 – Calcium and Vitamin D To Manage Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis / Lessons
- lessonOsteoporosis Slides 1 to 17
- lessonOsteoporosis Slides 18 to 36
- lessonOsteoporosis Slides 37 to 55
- lessonOsteoporosis Slides 56 to 71
- lessonOsteoporosis Slides 72 to 87
- lessonOsteoporosis Slides 88 to 105
- lessonOsteoporosis Slides 106 to 119