Orthomolecular - Nutritional Medicine Diploma

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2201 Warden Avenue, Suite L1,
Toronto, Ontario
Canada
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Pre-requisite: Healthcare practitioner or 2 years post- secondary education.

Orthomolecular is a term that comes from ortho, which is Greek for "correct" or "right," and "molecule," which is the simplest structure that displays the characteristics of a compound. So it literally means the "right molecule."
Two-time Nobel Prize winner, and molecular biologist, Linus Pauling, Ph.D., coined the term "Orthomolecular" in his 1968 article "Orthomolecular Psychiatry" in the journal "Science."

Orthomolecular medicine describes the practice of preventing disease and maintaining health by providing the body with optimal amounts of nutritional substances which are natural to the body.

 

Orthomolecular Medical Practitioner

In practice integrative and Orthomolecular practitioner perform non-invasive  assessment techniques such as pulse, tongue, physical assessment , non-invasive laboratory  and dietary assessments, metabolic analysis, and non-invasive allergy testing ( non-challenge of an allergic response), urine, saliva test, hair mineral (lab interpretation) as well as interpreting  standard laboratory analysis in terms of orthomolecular understanding
This course is designed to equip you with the knowledge you need to practice as an orthomolecular Medical Practitioner and be eligible for registration with the Board of Orthomolecular and Integrative Medicine.

 

Mailing address
2201 Warden Ave., Suite L1, Toronto, Ontario M1T 2G8

Phone: 416-492-6725 - Fax 416-465-8861

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